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EACLIPT 2022 Conference

The European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY NOW!


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The conference is addressed to:

Scholars, academics, researchers and practitioners from around the world, specializing in Clinical Psychology

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About the conference

EACLIPT Conference Invitation: In recent years, the field of Clinical Psychology has been changing rapidly. New research methods have been developed. New types of psychological interventions and therapies, enabled by new technologies, have been designed, implemented, and evaluated. At the same time, the need for mental health services has been steadily growing, due to the increased economic, ecological, and social pressures experienced by populations around the globe. In the general population, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the levels of stress, increased the burden due to social isolation or unemployment, and hindered access to health services and mental health treatment.

This is a crucial moment to bring together clinical psychologists, academics, researchers and practitioners from around the world. We need to share findings, experiences, and best practices, discuss the latest scientific discoveries and future directions to enable further developments in the field of clinical psychology.

The Conference is organized by the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment (EACLIPT) and SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities.


Call for Papers

1. CONFERENCE

We hereby invite researchers and practitioners at every level of professional development in the field of clinical psychology and psychological treatment to actively participate in the EACLIPT 2022 conference: Clinical Psychology Now!

Please share your recent research and your contribution to the development of evidence-based practice. It's time for your activity! This is an opportunity to show your research results, your projects and solutions that can and should improve the mental health of your patients and have an impact on greater availability of psychological treatment for groups and individuals in need.

The call for papers is open for three types of sessions: oral paper presentations, rapid presentations, and poster presentations. We invite submissions of original, unpublished research in the field of clinical psychology spanning from prevention, diagnostics, mechanisms, and treatments, to methods, classification, evidence-based recommendations, and means to increase availability of psychological help.

For all sessions a 300 word abstract is required. The suggested structure is: Background, Methods, Results (if applicable), and Conclusions. The abstract title is limited to 200 characters including spaces.

  • Oral paper presentations: 15-minute oral presentations, including time for questions and discussion. To submit a paper presentation click here
  • Rapid presentations: 5-minute oral presentations, including time for questions and discussion. We suggest that presentations in this format should not exceed 5 slides. To submit a rapid presentation click here
  • Poster presentations: Poster presentations: Poster presentations can report on either completed studies or on research in progress or developing ideas. Guidelines for posters: posters should be in portrait format and need to fit the stand of the size 180x120cm (posters can be smaller). We encourage you to keep the message concise and visually stimulating. Consider using a QR code on your poster to link it to either a digital version of the poster, a study protocol, pre-print, or your website. To submit a poster click here

Please note:

Symposia are not part of this Call for Papers. Yet, if a group of researchers wishes to be allocated into one of the sessions, based on the similarity of presented topics, please submit your request to the Organizing Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. However, please note that the final decision on the allocation of presentations is at the discretion of the Organizing Committee.


2. EARLY CAREER WORKSHOP

We hereby invite early career researchers (Ph.D., Master's students, and postdocs) to participate in a workshop that consists of two sessions. During the first one, “New technologies in clinical psychology”, participants will present the use of new technologies in their clinical research and practice, whereas the afternoon session, “Projects showcase”, will be focused on presenting participants’ research projects and obtaining feedback. To join the workshop, you need to actively participate in at least one of the sessions.

2.1 Morning session “New technologies in clinical psychology”

We invite early career researchers using new technologies (e.g. VR, XR, wearables, eye-tracking) in their research to present the practical aspects of running studies with this kind of methodology/measurements. During 30 minutes you will present and demonstrate practical aspects, advantages, and challenges of using given technology in the field of clinical psychology. The presentation will be followed by a 15 minutes discussion/practical demonstration. You are encouraged to bring the equipment with you (or contact us to check whether we can provide similar equipment on site) and to use your own research as an example on how to use it. In order to participate please submit an abstract (300 words with the title up to 200 characters) briefly explaining what type of technology you would like to present and what is the research context of using this kind of technology in clinical psychology research and/or practice. The suggested structure is: Description of chosen method/new technology, Application in clinical psychology field (research and/or practice), Example of use in own research, Advantages and challenges.

In order to participate in the morning session, please submit your abstract

2.2 Afternoon session: “Projects showcase”

The goal of the afternoon session is to present your research and obtain feedback both from your peers and a senior researcher who will facilitate the session. In order to participate please submit an abstract (300 words with the title up to 200 characters) that uses a structured format: Background (including research questions/hypotheses), Methods, Results (if relevant), Conclusions and Expected Feedback (i.e., what kind of feedback you are hoping to receive during the workshop). There will be 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for discussion & feedback.

In order to participate in the afternoon session, please submit your abstract


Important Dates:

January 10, 2022
abstract submissions open

NEW DATE: April 15, 2022 (previously March 31st)
abstract submissions deadline for:
- oral presentations
- rapid presentations
- early career workshops

NEW DATE: May 16, 2022 (previously May 13th)
acceptance announcement for:
- oral presentations
- rapid presentations
- early career workshops

NEW DATE: May 15, 2022 (previously April 30th)
abstract submission deadline for posters

May 31, 2022
acceptance announcement for posters

Registration deadlines:

July 31, 2022 (previously June 30th)
Early bird registration

September 30, 2022
General registration

Registration fees:

CONFERENCE FEES

Regular:
On site: 450 Euro
On-line: 100 Euro

Reduced:
(Early birds and EACLIPT members
with paid membership for 2022)
On site: 350 Euro
On-line: 50 Euro

WORKSHOP FEES

Regular:
Stationary workshop: 100 Euro
On-line workshop: 80 Euro

Reduced:
(Early birds and EACLIPT members
with paid membership for 2022)
Stationary workshop: 80 Euro
On-line workshop: 50 Euro

 

Keynote Speakers

Profesor Emily Holmes (photo: Mikael_Wallerstedt)
Professor Emily Holmes
Uppsala University
Lecture title: Mental Imagery and Mental Health Science
Emily Holmes, PhD, DClinPsych is a Professor of Psychology at the Department of Psychology, Uppsala University, Sweden, and is affiliated with the Karolinska Institutet’s Department of Clinical Neuroscience. Professor Holmes obtained her degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford, UK. She is also a clinician and completed a clinical psychology training doctorate at the Royal Holloway University of London, and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience at Cambridge, UK. She became Professor in 2010 at the University of Oxford. Professor Holmes is an elected member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA). She is the recipient of several international awards, including those granted by the American Psychological Association and the German Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Professor Holmes serves on the Board of Trustees of the research charity "MQ; transforming mental health”. Professor Holmes’s work as a clinical psychologist has fueled her research questions. She is interested in psychological treatment innovation in mental health – both in creating new techniques and reaching more people. Under the wider umbrella of mental health science, her approach brings together psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, mathematics and more. Professor Holmes’s research has demonstrated that mental imagery has a more powerful impact on emotion than its verbal counterpart. Her group is particularly interested in understanding and reducing intrusive memories (‘flashbacks’) after traumatic events, such as a severe car accident, traumatic childbirth, war, or events like the COVID-19 pandemic. To this end her research team in Uppsala are creating a hub, which studies intrusive memories internationally, with current collaborations including UK, Iceland, Columbia and Australia.
Gerhard Andersson
Professor Gerhard Andersson
Linköping University
Lecture title: Internet interventions in Europe. Progress and challenges.
Gerhard Andersson, Ph.D. is full professor of Clinical Psychology at Linköping University (appointed 2003), in the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, and the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences. During his whole career Professor Andersson has worked part-time with patients, mainly in audiology but for a period also in psychiatry. He has a part-time position as clinical psychologist at the Department of Audiology, Linköping University Hospital, as a member of the Tinnitus team. Gerhard Andersson holds a Ph.D. in psychology and one in medicine and is trained as CBT therapist and supervisor. Professor Andersson is an internationally recognized leader in the field of psychological treatment delivered through information and communication technology as evidenced by his over 750 peer-reviewed publications and several chapters and books. His research spans not only somatic but also psychiatric conditions. Additionally, Professor Andersson is the editor-in-chief of the journal Internet Interventions. In 2014, he was awarded the Nordic Prize in Medicine.

Speakers and Panelists

  • Gerhard Andersson, Linköping University
  • Claudi Bockting, University of Amsterdam
  • Natacha Carragher, World Health Organization
  • Christine Favre, European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
  • Mateusz Gola, Polish Academy of Sciences and University of California San Diego
  • Collette Hirsch, King’s College London
  • Emily Holmes, Karolinska Institutet
  • Philipp Kanske, Technische Universität Dresden
  • Eirini Karyotaki, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Helen MacDonald, European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
  • Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich
  • Pierre Philippot, Université Catholique de Louvain
  • Agnieszka Popiel, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Ewa Pragłowska, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Winfried Rief, University of Marburg
  • Cornelia Weise, University of Marburg

 

Video

Watch the first video in our EACLIPT Webinar Series. During the November meeting, we discussed the process-based psychotherapy, an approach which takes the view that mental health problems are assumed to exist as systems of inter-connected elements.

 

EACLIPT Webinar Series

What is the common ground for modern psychotherapy?

Professor Stefan G. Hoffman, Professor Jacques P. Barber, Professor Paul Salkovskis, Professor Bruce E. Wampold

Watch the second video in our EACLIPT Webinar Series. During the February meeting, we discussed an integrative framework of mental health therapies, which might open up opportunities to explore new targets for prevention and treatment of common health conditions (from individual interventions to societal interventions).

 

EACLIPT Webinar Series

How new concepts of mental health stimulate better psychological treatments

Professor Claudi Bockting, Professor Winifried Rief, Professor Cristina Botella, Maria Karekla, Ph.D., Eiko Fried, Ph.D.

Watch the third video in our EACLIPT Webinar Series. During the May meeting, we discussed mechanisms of change in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in young people as well as advances in psychotherapy for BPD.

 

Organizers

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Scientific Committee – EACLIPT Board

  • Claudi Bockting, Amsterdam University Medical Centers
  • Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich
  • Céline Douilliez, Université Catholique de Louvain
  • Collette Hirsch, King’s College London
  • Gerhard Andersson, Linköping University
  • Jenny Guidi, University of Bologna
  • Martin Debbané, University College London
  • Roman Cieslak, SWPS University
  • Winfried Rief, University of Marburg
  • Marta Jackowska, SWPS University
  • Monika Kornacka, SWPS University
  • Anna Rogala, SWPS University
  • Ewelina Smoktunowicz, SWPS Universityy

Organizing Committee – SWPS University

  • Roman Cieslak
  • Marta Jackowska
  • Monika Kornacka
  • Ewelina Smoktunowicz
  • Anna Rogala
  • Natalia Michalak
  • Karolina Wójcik - SWPS Innowacje
  • Izabela Knyżewska - SWPS Innowacje

 

Contact

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