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Workshop on Treating Anhedonia
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Rachel Elliott.
Cambridge Clinical Research Centre in Affective Disorders presents a half day workshop on treating Anhedonia with Barney Dunn.
To register your FREE place at, please contact Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited to 50
Barney Dunn ( University of Exeter) is an Associate Professor in the Mood Disorders Centre at Exeter University.
Alongside his teaching role, he is the co-lead for the AccEPT clinic (an NHS commissioned service providing treatment for mood disorders) and serve as the faculty representative to the Lived Experience Group (service users who consult on our research and governance and assist with our training).
The workshop will be held at: MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit 15 Chaucer Road Cambridge CB2 7EF England
- Identify and formulate mechanisms that maintain anhedonia
- Optimise use of existing CBT techniques to build positivity (including activity scheduling and positive data logs)
-A mixture of lecturing, experiential exercises, role play and listening therapy tapes will be used to meet these objectives.
Please note these in no parking available at MRC
This talk is part of the C2AD seminar Series series.
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