We look forward to welcoming you in Athens!

It is a great honour and pleasure to invite you to the 50th European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies congress to be held in Athens, September 2nd-5th, 2020. The 2020 congress represents a landmark for the history and future of EABCT, and what could be a greater place to celebrate this event than Athens! Athens, capital city of Greece, is one of the oldest cities in Europe. With its historic monuments and vivid everyday life it can offer its visitors journeys of inner discovery and intense enjoyment.

The Greek Organising Committee, that represents the Greek Association of Behavioural Modification and Research, one of the oldest psychotherapy associations in Greece (est 1974), has been working intensively in order to acquaint you with all the new developments and innovative ideas in the field of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, presented by eminent scientists of long standing, as well as by younger colleagues who have distinguished themselves as researchers and clinicians. Our aim is to offer you a conference with a strong emphasis on interaction and networking opportunities between the scientific community and the public.

Fragiskos Gonidakis
Congress President

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4

Days

10

Keynote Speakers

7

Pre-Congress Workshops

Keynote Speakers

University of Amsterdam,
The Netherlands

Cognitive behavioral treatments of personality disorders: an update.

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University of Pennsylvania,
USA

Cognitive Conceptualization

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Harvard Medical School,
USA

Innovative Treatment Advancements for OCD: The Bergen 4 Day Program

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University of Amsterdam,
The Netherlands

Targeting Habits in Therapeutic Interventions

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Anke Ehlers
University of Oxford,
United Kingdom

Haunted by Memories: Advances in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder

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Bielefeld University,
Germany

The Power of the Narration: Understanding and Treating Complex Trauma in Victims of War and Abuse

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University of Essex,
United Kingdom

Conceptualising and relieving human suffering in different contexts. Historical and epistemological reflections

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Marmara University Hospital,
Turkey

Understanding Infidelity and its consequences: Is there any way to re-build trust

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Bangor University,
United Kingdom

Treating complexity and risk in personality disorder: Current perspectives and future directions in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

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janet treasure
Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London,
United Kingdom

From food to identity: The cognitive interpersonal model in eating disorders

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