Revolution in Mental Health Service Delivery:
The Evolution of Low Intensity CBT

3rd September, Chancellors’ Building, University of Bath

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As part of this year’s BABCP Annual Conference in Bath we are running a special event for all professionals who deliver Low Intensity Psychological interventions. The event will celebrate the contributions of the Low Intensity CBT workforce over the past 10 years and will also focus on how this profession can continue to develop and grow. We will hear from a number of speakers who contribute to the world of Low Intensity CBT, including David Clark and Paul Farrand who have been key supporters of Low Intensity CBT. The day will bring together Low Intensity workers across all of the four nations and will consider important topics such as therapist wellbeing, future CPD needs and progression and development within Low Intensity roles. There will also be an update on the accreditation of the Low Intensity workforce and an opportunity to meet the BABCP Low Intensity Special Interest Group committee.

Download a copy of the programme: The Evolution of Low Intensity CBT [PDF]

9.25 Welcome
Saiqa Naz, Chair, BABCP Equality and Culture SIG and Lisa Atkinson from the LI SIG
09.30 Low intensity working: considering the bigger picture
Paul Salkovskis, President, BABCP
0945 Holding differences- working inclusively in low intensity interventions
Adriana Nitranska, Low Intensity Practitioner
1015 Including childhood experiences in LI work: Why me? And what helps.
Lucy Maddox, Senior Clinical Advisor, BABCP
1045 Coffee Break
11.15 LICBT: What!, What’s Next?
Paul Farrand, University of Exeter
12.15 Low Intensity Skills: what do we know and what do we need to know
Lisa Atkinson, Low Intensity Practitioner
12.15 Low Intensity Skills: what do we know and what do we need to know
Lisa Atkinson, Low Intensity Practitioner
1245 Low Intensity across the 4 Nations
Liz Kell, Low Intensity Practitioner
1315 Lunch
1400 Careers in IAPT and beyond
Rebecca Gill, Low Intensity Practitioner
1420 Round table and audience discussion (Chair PS)
Progression and Development within Low Intensity Working
Lisa Atkinson, Liz Kell, Saiqa Naz, Rebecca Gill, Adriana Nitranska, Paul Farrand, David Clark
1500 Leading inclusively from Low intensity
Saiqa Naz, Low Intensity Practitioner
1530 Tea break
1605 Looking after yourself: the costs of caring in high volume
James Spiers, Low Intensity Practitioner
1630 IAPT ten years back….and forward.
David Clark, IAPT National
1700 Summary and Farewell:
Lisa Atkinson, Saiqa Naz and Paul Salkovskis
1710 Close