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  • Call for Nominations: Additional Editor in Chief for „Clinical Psychology in Europe”

    The journal “Clinical Psychology in Europe” (CPE) searches further colleagues to extend the board of active editors in chief. CPE was founded in 2018 as an e-journal that is accessible for everybody (full open access), and that does not request article processing fees. CPE is the official journal of the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatments, and it is open for submissions of relevance for clinical psychology and psychological treatments. CPE covers all different approaches of evidence-based psychotherapy. CPE is indexed in Pubmed, Scopus, and many other data bases. It received high recognition from our scientific colleagues, and the number of submissions allows to apply rigorous scientific criteria for acceptance of manuscripts. Due to this success of the journal, the current editors in chief (Prof. Dr. Cornelia Weise, Prof. Dr. Winfried Rief) ask for support by another editor in chief. It will be favorable, although not necessary, if the new editor in chief also covers the expertise of clinical child and adolescence psychology. To represent national diversity, applications from non-German countries are prioritized. The person of an editor in chief should have an excellent scientific reputation, and should be connected to a brought international network of scientists. Self-nominations are possible, but people can also nominate colleagues (after informed consent). Nominees should submit their CV and a letter of interest. The final selection will be undertaken in cooperation between the EACLIPT board and the current editors in chief. Nominations should be sent to Prof. Dr. Winfried Rief, e-mail: rief@uni-marburg.de

  • Congratulations to Daina Kosīte, M.Sc., for her poster

    A quick look back at the Amsterdam conference to congratulate our third winner of the poster contest organised by EACLIPT, Daina Kosīte, M.Sc., for her poster entitled "The perspectives of local mental health experts on social determinants of mental health and municipality-level policies addressing mental health in 5 European cities" Daina Kosīte is a Junior Researcher / PhD candidate at the Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam in Netherlands. Daina did an impressive poster about the perspectives of mental health experts on the urban policies for mental health. Mental health is shaped by the social, economic and physical environments. Since there is more and more people around the world live in urban environments, it is urgent to look for effective urban policies for mental health and understand the perspective of the main stakeholders about the key challenges and solutions. Daina and her colleagues did an international study with semi-structured interviews with local mental health experts in five European cities. The analysis of the interviews shows that the mental health of city residents is affected by factors like an accumulation of environmental stressors, an intertwinement of socio-economic problems and mental health problems, a bleak outlook due to global crises or insufficient services. The vision of how social determinants of mental health are tackled within the local-level policy shows a focus on the burning issues, a lack of funding to address future problems, or a difficulty in reaching services. We hope those results will help in supporting the need of implementing local-level urban policy that address the key challenges of mental health in urban environments and use integrated policy approaches to mental health. If you are interested by the research of Daina Kosīte you can follow her on LinkedIn or Twitter. You can also go check on Twitter the Department of Daina, the Department of Public Health at Erasmus MC as well as her supervisors, Frank van Lenthe and Mariëlle Beenackers. Finally you can check the Junior Researcher Programme in which the research project was done as a part of this programme.

  • Congratulations to Steven Barnes, PhD, for his poster

    A quick look back at the Amsterdam conference to congratulate our second winner of the poster contest organised by EACLIPT, Steven Barnes, PhD, for his poster entitled "Development of a mobile application-based ecological momentary intervention: Initial outcomes of a pilot examination of an intervention reducing experiential avoidance in the context of rumination." Steven Barnes is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Emotion Cognition Lab at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Poland. Steven did a remarkable poster in which he presented the initial outcomes of a pilot examination of a mobile-application intervention. Rumination involves repetitive negative thinking perceived to be difficult to control and present across several psychological disorders. One mechanism underpinning rumination, experiential avoidance, lack empirical validation. Steven and his team used a mobile application with a Rumination Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy intervention and recruited participants with a high score in rumination. Their initial results show that the intervention programme appears to be efficacious in reducing experiential avoidance and rumination and may also have an increased in awareness. There was a good acceptability and usabilitiy of the intervention content. We wish the best for Steven and his team in the implementation of the modifications for the usability and appeal in their application and hope that their enhanced version, currently in development, will soon see the light of day. If you are interested by the research of Steven Barnes you can follow him on ResearchGate and LinkedIn. You can also go check on the Emotion Cognition Lab Website and Facebook page as well as follow the Head of the lab, Dr. Monika Kornacka on LinkedIn.

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  • EACLIPT - European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment

    EACLIPT MEDIA → Watch webinars, keynotes, and plenaries on demand! ✨ Contributions from some of the most famous personas in Clinical Psychology. Over 20 hours of on demand educational material. 🎓 CORE TOPICS → Learn more about what topics EACLIPT is working on. ✌️ Open working groups welcoming your active contributions. Working on better conditions for clinical research and evidence-based practice in Europe 🇪🇺 MEMBERSHIP → Become a member today and enjoy many benefits. 🚀 Get in touch with experts from all over Europe and profit from our extensive network. Join exclusive events, connect in our Special Interest Groups, and engage in EACLIPTs mission. 🤝 Goodbye Amsterdam, See you in Frankfurt in 2025 Thank you all for your participation in this year conference and we hope to see you next year in Frankfurt! More information → Goodbye Amsterdam, See you in Frankfurt in 2025 Intensive one-day training workshop for the Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) intervention EACLIPT Appoints New Treasurer: Prof. Dr. Lisbeth Frostholm Introductory Course on Well-Being Therapy 1 2 3 4 5 Thu, Jun 27 Intensive one-day training workshop for the Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) intervention / Fribourg, Switzerland RSVP Jun 27, 2024, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM GMT+2 Fribourg, Switzerland, rue P.-A.-de- Faucigny 2, 1700 Fribourg, Room C-0.101 Prof. Dr. Eric Garland from the University of Utah will come to the University of Fribourg to give a one-day intensive workshop on Mindfulness Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) program applied for chronic pain. Wed, Sep 18 Introductory Course on Well-Being Therapy / Tübingen RSVP Sep 18, 2024, 3:00 PM – Sep 19, 2024, 12:00 PM Tübingen, 72 Tübingen, Germany The next Introductory Course on Well-Being Therapy will be held on Wednesday Sept. 18th (afternoon) and Thursday Sept. 19th (morning) 2024 in Tübingen as a satellite, independent pre-congress workshop of the 27th World Congress of the International College of Psychosomatic Medicine (ICPM). 10 minutes ago Goodbye Amsterdam, See you in Frankfurt in 2025 Apr 18 Intensive one-day training workshop for the Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) intervention Mar 20 Welcome to Amsterdam! Mar 20 Talks and Posters: International Conference 2024 Mar 20 Conference Schedule: International Conference 2024 Feb 9 EACLIPT Appoints New Treasurer: Prof. Dr. Lisbeth Frostholm 1 2 3 4 5 We strive to foster evidence-based Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy across Europe. 🧑‍🔬800+ More than 800 clinicians and researchers from all across Europe take part in EACLIPT. 🗞️140+ More than 140 articles published in our affiliate journal Clinical Psychology in Europe. 🎓20h+ More than 20 hours of exclusive conversations, keynotes and discussions at EACLIPT TV. Read now → Maria Kleinstäuber, Andreas Schröder, Sarah Daehler, Karen Johanne Pallesen, Charlotte U. Rask, Mathias Sanyer, Omer Van den Bergh, Marie Weinreich Petersen, Judith G. M. Rosmalen Research Spotlight Aetiological Understanding of Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Classificatory Analogues: A Systematic Umbrella Review Summary We included 452 reviews (132 systematic reviews including meta-analyses, 133 systematic reviews, 197 narrative reviews), of which 132 (29%) focused on two or more of the investigated health conditions simultaneously. Across diagnoses, biological factors were addressed in 90% (k = 405), psychological in 33% (k = 150), social in 12% (k = 54), and healthcare factors in 5% (k = 23) of the reviews. Implications High-quality systematic reviews suggest that deficient conditioned pain modulation, genetic factors, changes in the immune, endocrinological, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and nervous system, and psychosocial factors such as sexual abuse and pain catastrophizing increase the risk for FSS. Read now → Mari Hysing, Keith J. Petrie, Allison G. Harvey, Kari-Jussie Lønning, Børge Sivertsen Research Spotlight Loneliness Across the COVID-19 Pandemic: Risk Factors in Norwegian Young People Summary There is evidence of increasing levels of loneliness in Norwegian young people before the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not clear how the COVID-19 pandemic, and the associated necessary restrictions, impacted on these trends. This study analyzed data from three waves of a Norwegian national higher education student survey on the development of loneliness over time and associated risk factors. Implications Loneliness increased among university students from 2018 to 2021 and decreased from 2021 to 2022, but was still higher in 2022 than pre-pandemic levels. Loneliness was higher in areas with higher restriction levels in 2021. Spending time on campus was associated with lower levels of loneliness. Online learning was related to higher levels of loneliness. Read now → Julia Asbrand, Tanja Michael, Hanna Christiansen, Gerhard Reese Research Spotlight Growing (Up) in Times of Multiple Crises – A Call for Mental Health (Research) Action Summary European children and adolescents face an array of challenges, including the Ukraine war, COVID-19's mental health consequences, economic decline, societal divisions, biodiversity loss, and climate change. These crises have tangible implications for youth mental health, though public healthcare has failed to keep up with the developments. Implications Clinical psychologists must shift their approach to address systemic factors, moving beyond individual interventions to consider societal influences on mental health. A multilevel model of societal change is recommended, emphasizing collective efforts to address these multifaceted crises and focus on prevention. Research Spotlights Research Spotlights from our journal Clinical Psychology in Europe, highlighting articles from recent issues. Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) is the official open-access academic journal of EACLIPT. Learn more → Watch all → Nov 8, 2023 Webinar Series Reaching out to Refugees: Lessons for Trauma Treatment and Psychotherapy Delivery Responding to therapeutic needs of refugees: In this webinar, Professor Frank Neuner, Professor of Clinical Psychology from Bielefeld... Sep 13, 2023 Webinar Series When it is darkest: Understanding the psychology of suicide risk Suicide is the most tragic of human outcomes. In this presentation, Professor O’Connor will draw from his book When It Is Darkest: Why... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series New challenges for trauma therapies and traumatic studies Traumatic experiences across the lifespan often lead to long-term negative consequences on mental health. Recent studies on trauma- and... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series Borderline Personality Disorder: Different treatments, same mechanisms of change? (EACLIPT) The concept of borderline personality disorder (BPD) was defined nearly 100 years ago, and its diagnosis has been part of clinical... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series How new concepts of mental health stimulate better psychological treatments Keynote talk: Zoom out: understanding the onset and maintenance of common mental health conditions using a complexity approach in order... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series What is the common ground for modern psychotherapy? The field of psychotherapy has developed from different roots, and many clinicians and scientists still consider psychotherapy as a... EACLIPT Webinar Series Missed our latest webinar? Not to worry - you can watch many of our events in our EACLIPT Media library. Free of charge & anytime!

  • Sign-up | EACLIPT

    EACLIPT Membership € 25 25€ Every year Become a part of EACLIPT and actively engage in our shared mission. Sign-up Participate in our Special Interest Groups Enjoy 20h+ of educational media on demand Receive CE certificates for event participation Sign-up for your EACLIPT Membership

  • MEDIA | EACLIPT

    Cutting-edge research and insights. Watch the latest episode of the EACLIPT x SWPS University Webinar Series WEBINAR SERIES → Watch recordings of our regular webinar series in collaboration with SWPS University in Warsaw for free! Each webinar features renown researchers and practitioners from Europe on hot topic in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatments. CONFERENCE TALKS → Check how to access materials from recent conferences. This is currently only available to EACLIPT members. ​ Coming soon. CE Points → We are currently working on offering Continued-Education certificates for participation in our webinars and events to EACLIPT members. We will inform you once this is possible. Nov 8, 2023 Webinar Series Reaching out to Refugees: Lessons for Trauma Treatment and Psychotherapy Delivery Responding to therapeutic needs of refugees: In this webinar, Professor Frank Neuner, Professor of Clinical Psychology from Bielefeld... Sep 13, 2023 Webinar Series When it is darkest: Understanding the psychology of suicide risk Suicide is the most tragic of human outcomes. In this presentation, Professor O’Connor will draw from his book When It Is Darkest: Why... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series New challenges for trauma therapies and traumatic studies Traumatic experiences across the lifespan often lead to long-term negative consequences on mental health. Recent studies on trauma- and... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series Borderline Personality Disorder: Different treatments, same mechanisms of change? (EACLIPT) The concept of borderline personality disorder (BPD) was defined nearly 100 years ago, and its diagnosis has been part of clinical... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series How new concepts of mental health stimulate better psychological treatments Keynote talk: Zoom out: understanding the onset and maintenance of common mental health conditions using a complexity approach in order... Jul 3, 2023 Webinar Series What is the common ground for modern psychotherapy? The field of psychotherapy has developed from different roots, and many clinicians and scientists still consider psychotherapy as a... EACLIPT Webinar Series Hosted by the SWPS University

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