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• How to apply self-focused attention and safety behaviours experiential exercise and giving video-feedback • How to utilize externally-focused attention training, behavioural experiments, and procedures (discrimination training and memory re-scripting) • Understanding early traumatic experiences that influence patients’ current behaviour in social situations. Guidance on the use of the most appropriate measures for identifying therapy targets and monitoring progress is also provided • Understanding the rationale for not including techniques used from standardized CBT programs (e.g. thought-records, positive self-talk in a phobic situation, exposure hierarchies) are NOT used in Clark & Wells’ cognitive therapy program
• To learn self-focused attention and safety behaviours techniques with clients • To gain knowledge and practice of external focused attention training, behavioural experiments and procedures • Adapting treatment for adolescents and adults
Dr Emma Warnock-Parkes is a Clinical Psychologist based at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (University of Oxford) and King’s College London. She specialises in the research, development and dissemination of evidence based psychological therapies and innovative digital treatments, whose research group has an international reputation for developing new and effective psychological treatments for anxiety disorders.Their current research is focused on improving the efficacy and accessibility of talking therapies for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia). As part of this work, they are developing internet delivered cognitive therapy treatments and testing these in randomized controlled clinical trials. Emma is also carrying out research into the role of self-criticism in social anxiety disorder and the impact of social anxiety on technologically mediated communication, including the social networking site, Facebook.
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