The CALM Protocol can be downloaded here. Measure Age norms (years) Publisher Parent /Carer Report Conners 3- Parent (Conners, 2008 ) 6 to 18 Multi-Health Systems Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (Goodman, 1997) 3 to 16 Freely available: http://www.sdqinfo.org/a0.html Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function (Gioia, Isquith, Guy & […]
Susanne Schweizer has been appointed as the new manager of C2:AD and will start in March 2012.
We are very pleased to announce the new C2:AD seminar series programme. For event details click here.
In a study forthcoming in Clinical Psychological Science, psychological scientists Hamid Neshat-Doost (University of Isfahan), Laura Jobson (University of East Anglia), Tim Dalgleish of (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, C2AD) and colleagues investigated whether Memory Specificity Training, might improve people’s memory for past events and ameliorate their symptoms of depression. Based on their promising findings […]
Aliza is a clinical psychologist from Australia who has joined the centre as an Investigator Scientist, employed at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit.
Barney Dunn, one of the founders of C2:AD has left to take up a Readership at the Mood Disorders Centre in Exeter. We wish him well with this exciting new opportunity.
The 2012 schedule of workshops and talks has now been posted on the website. We look forward to seeing you at these events throughout the year.
for 1 year has been made. Dr Jill Newby will come from Sydney to work on developing the treatment manual for ou new transdiagnostic modular intervention for mood and anxiety disorders in adults – the Modular Protocol for Mental Health (MP:MH).
Dr Laura Jobson, an NIHR Fellow working on PTSD and identity within a cross-cultural context, will join C2:AD for 3 years from February 2012. Laura will be based at the HSB site.
Funding has been obtained from the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Scheme for a clinical trial at C2:AD of trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in young children aged 3-8 years old. The trial – PYCES (Parents and Young Children under Extreme Stress) – is currently in the set up phase and […]