CBT for Hypochondriasis & Other Anxiety Disorders
Two workshops presented by Prof. Paul Salkovskis University of Bath, UK


May 22-23, 2012
Yafa-Li Conference Center
Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
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About Prof. Salkovskis

Professor Paul Salkovskis qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1979 at the Institute of Psychiatry and Maudsley Hospital. He worked in Yorkshire as a clinical psychologist before moving to the University of Oxford as a Research Clinical Psychologist. In Oxford he became Professor of Cognitive Psychology, before leaving to work at King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry as Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science and Clinical Director in the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma at the Institute of Psychiatry (2000-2010). He led the SLaM and national outpatient OCD service, and the outpatient NCG service. He is still Visiting Professor at King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry, and is now Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science at the University of Bath.

He is regarded as a world leading expert in anxiety disorders in general, and more specifically in Panic and Agoraphobia, OCD, health anxiety and specific phobias, having contributed considerably to the psychological understanding and treatment of all of these areas. He also has considerable expertise in Health Psychology. In 2010 he was appointed Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme at Bath. He is currently Editor of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, and on the editorial board of many international journals. He is Patron of several OCD and anxiety disorder charities. He received the Richard Rosen Prize for his contribution to the understanding of OCD, and the Aaron T Beck Prize from the Academy of Cognitive Therapy for contribution to CBT. His main research interests include the study of cognitive behavioural factors in anxiety disorders and their treatment. He is presently involved in a wide ranging programme of research in anxiety disorders, including experimental investigations of cognitive and behavioural components, questionnaire studies, treatment trials and clinical studies. He has led CBT skills training throughout the world, and his teaching has been praised for being both research led and clinically focused. He has published well over 200 articles and chapters on the understanding and treatment of psychological problems and anxiety disorders.
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