EACLIPT 2022 EACLIPT 2022 Conference Warsaw, Poland, November 11-12, 2022, online / on-site
Michelle Moulds

Michelle Moulds

University of New South Wales

Michelle Moulds is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor in the School of Psychology at UNSW Sydney. She was awarded her Ph.D. at UNSW in 2003 and completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, before returning to UNSW to take up a lectureship. Her research primarily focuses on the nature and role of repetitive negative thinking (e.g., rumination) in depression and anxiety disorders, and how RNT interacts with other cognitive deficits (e.g., autobiographical memory disturbances) to maintain psychological distress. Michelle’s research is driven by a translational approach: she conducts basic science experiments with the goal of translation to empirically supported, evidence-based cognitive behavioral interventions.



Round table discussion

How can research on understanding mechanisms improve psychological interventions?

S201 (Prof. Tomaszewski's Lecture Hall) 16:30 - 17:30

Moderator: Colette Hirsch, King’s College London

Claudi Bockting, Emily Holmes, Colette Hirsch, Michelle Moulds, Lusia Stopa