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Staff Counselling Service Conference July 2019

Autism in the Therapy Room

Exploring the benefits and challenges of working with this client group using current academic findings and clinical experiences

 

Friday 12th July 2019
10am - 4pm

Postdoc Centre @ Eddington
Eddington Place
Cambridge CB3 1AS

 

Booking information

Earlybird Registration fee £95 (until 30th April)

Standard Registration fee £115

(price includes lunch and refreshments)

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Convenor: Michelle Reynolds, Head of Staff Counselling

Autism brings both benefits and challenges to society. This conference aims to deliver a greater understanding of autism, drawing on both research findings and clinical experience. Our Keynote speaker, Professor Francesca Happé, will focus on perhaps the least well-known and understood aspects of autism; namely female presentation and co-morbidity.  Our three clinical presenters will demonstrate their experience through different therapeutic modalities and settings; Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Couples Work.

 

Programme

 

Keynote Speaker: Professor Francesca Happé

Thinking about Autism, mental health and women


Dr Alison Jenaway & Dr Theresa Turner  

Cognitive Analytic Therapy approaches in people on the Autistic Spectrum

 

Dr Debbie Spain

Individual and Group CBT for adults with Autism

 

Allan Turner

Autism Traits in Couples Counselling