Clinical Workshops/ Round Tables






Below is a list with all the workshops and round tables, which will take place during the congress. More details about each workshop and round table will be added as it is availale from our invited speakers.

Important note!

Each workshop will have a limited number o attendees Participants will be accepted to the workshops in order of their registration. After the maximum number of registrations for a workshop has been reached, the workshop will be removed from the registration form.

Specific registration for each workshop is mandatory for both pre-congress and in-congress workshops. A certificate of attendence will be offered to the participants of each workshop. Be aware that you can participate to only one pre-congress workshop, as all will take place at the same time, the day before the official oppening of the congress. These workshops will take between 6 and 8 hours.

In-congress workshops are divided into five groups. All workshops in each group will take place at the same time and thus you can only register to one of them. However, you can choose to participate to multiple workshops from different groups. These workshops will take between 2 and 4 hours.

Round tables will be accessible to all participants, with no additional registration required.

Pre-congress workshops




Gerhard Andersson

  • Internet CBT in practice








Raymond DiGiuseppe

  • Anger as a clinical problem








Keith Dobson

  • Working with negative cognitions in cognitive-behavioral therapy: Models and techniques








Kristene Doyle

  • Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavior Therapy for the treatment of eating disorders








Thomas Dowd

  • Psychological focus, enhancement of one’s potential and self-calming: CBT self-help strategies








Arthur Freeman

  • CBT for Personality Disorders in Children and Adolescents








Daniel Freeman

  • Treating persecutory delusions: The Feeling Safe Programme








Steven Hayes

  • Using psychological flexibility as a guide to doing process oriented CBT








Robert Leahy

  • Emotional Schema Therapy








Lata McGinn

  • Comprehensive CBT for OCD to maximize gains and prevent relapse








Agnieszka Popiel

  • Prolonged exposure for the treatment of PTSD








Mehmet Sungur

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Systems Approach in Couple and Sex Therapy








Ed Watkins

  • Rumination-focused CBT for depression and anxiety




In-congress workshops

Group 1:




Gerhard Andersson

  • Blending internet and face-to-face CBT







Tullio Scrimali

  • Integrating neurofeedback and biofeedback into CBT




Group 2:




Judith Beck

  • Challenges in treating clients with personality disorders








John Riskind

  • CBT for reducing looming vulnerability in anxiety







Lynn McFarr

  • Theory and the basic applications of Dialectical Behavior Therapy




Group 3:




Raymond DiGiuseppe

  • REBT considering personality and personality disorders








Thomas Dowd

  • The role of tacit knowledge structures in cognitive psychotherapy








Keith Dobson

  • The ABCs of BA in CBT for depression





Group 4:




Steven Hayes

  • A process oriented approach to the therapeutic relationship








Lata McGinn

  • Comprehensive CBT for social anxiety to maximize Gains and prevent relapse





Group 5:




Kristene Doyle

  • The Nuts & Bolts of Rational Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy (RE & CBT)








Arthur Freeman

  • Coaching the Parents, Families, Partners, and Caregivers of Chronically Mentally Ill, Physically Ill, and Disabled Persons







Ed Watkins

  • Experiential exercises to tackle rumination




Round tables

Daniel David, Raymond DiGiuseppe, Steven Hayes, Stefan Hofmann and Robert Leahy

  • Integrative and multimodal CBT: Implications for practice


Gerhard Andersson, Pim Cuijpers, Daniel David, Daniel Freeman, Steven Hollon and Steven Lynn

  • Integrative and multimodal CBT: Implications for research


Free workshops:

The DREAM Project Team

  • DREAM Project Workshop - Robot-based CBT for children with ASD

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