EACLIPT 2022 EACLIPT 2022 Conference Warsaw, Poland, November 11-12, 2022, online / on-site
Lusia Stopa

Lusia Stopa

University of Southampton

Lusia Stopa is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton, UK. Lusia Studied English literature before she became a psychologist and has always been interested in how people create narratives of their lives. Her innovative research focuses on how mental images can represent the self, and she has published widely on imagery and the self in social anxiety and other disorders. She is also examining how imagery can promote recovery and is investigating mechanisms to explain the effectiveness of imagery rescripting.

Her innovative book, Imagery and the threatened self: Perspectives on mental imagery and cognitive therapy (Routledge: 2009), assembled scholars working in the field of mental imagery and disorders and linked research into images and the self in a range of disorders. Her recent book, Imagery in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (Guilford Press:2021) is a practical handbook for clinicians on how to use imagery in their therapeutic practice.



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