First official European Congress on Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment of EACLIPT

Preliminary Overview of EACLIPT Symposia

The role of cognitive processes in childhood anxiety(B.H. Esbjørn; University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

  • Mothers’ and children’s metacognitions and the development of childhood anxiety: a longitudinal investigation of transmission (M. Walczak; University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Thought control strategies in children (C. Wilson; Trinity College Dublin; Ireland)
  • Contributions of parent and child intolerance of uncertainty, cognitive avoidance and beliefs about worry to our understanding of children’s worry and anxiety (K. Mulroy; Trinity College Dublin; Ireland)
  • Social anxiety disorder in children: Investigating the relative contribution of automatic thoughts, repetitive negative thinking and metacognitions (S. Breinholst; University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Basic experimental psychopathology research and clinical innovation: When and how is translational research in Clinical Psychology successful?(T. Ehring; LMU Munich; Germany)

  • A systematic review on the clinical outcomes of translational research (T. Ehring; LMU Munich; Germany)
  • Challenges regarding design, reliability and validity of experimental paradigms (K. Limburg; LMU Munich; Germany)
  • An example of translational research in the area of rumination (E. Watkins; University of Exeter; UK)
  • How to evaluate novel interventions derived from translational research (S. Blackwell; Ruhr-Universität Bochum; Germany)

The current status of relapse prevention in depression and future directions(M. Brouwer; University of Amsterdam; Netherlands)

  • Exploring transgenerational approaches to prevent depression: Theories and treatment options (M. Brouwer; University of Amsterdam; Netherlands)
  • Perceived self-efficacy for managing and prevention of depression: German adaptation and validation of a brief self-report measure (S. Hesse; University of Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Effectiveness of preventative psychological interventions and antidepressants on relapse or recurrence of depression (J. Breedvelt; University of Amsterdam; Netherlands)
  • The current status and future directions of relapse prevention in depression (C. Bockting; University of Amsterdam; Netherlands)

Social interaction deficits in autism: Mechanisms and novel treatment developments(P. Kanske; Technische Universität Dresden; Germany)

  • Neural mechanisms of social interaction in autism (A. Hamilton; University College London; UK)
  • Regulation of personal space by social interactions in adults with autism spectrum disorders: an fMRI study (G. Silani; University of Vienna; Austria)
  • Testing social cognitive explanations of autism: From basic processing of social information to actual social interaction (T. Schuwerk; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Germany)
  • Preliminary insights into the effects of an interaction-focused, group-based cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with high-functioning autism (F. Richter; Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Germany)

New approaches in culture-related trauma and PTSD research(A. Maercker; University of Zurich; Switzerland)

  • Culture related barriers in mental health (B. Lueger-Schuster; University of Vienna; Austria)
  • Posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth: A qualitative study (E. Kazlauskas; University of Vilnius; Lithuania)
  • User-centered app adaptation of a low-intensity e-mental health intervention for Syrian refugees (C. Knaevelsrud; Free University Berlin, Germany)
  • Where and how does culture count for serving traumatized clients? (A. Maercker; University of Zurich; Switzerland)

Cognitive control and self-regulation in addiction(T. Endrass; Technische Universität Dresden; Germany)

  • Altered feedback processing of risk-related decision in tobacco addiction (I. Verveer; Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
  • Executive functioning and real-life self-control in substance-related and addictive disorders (A. Kräplin; Technische Universität Dresden; Germany)
  • Regulation of craving: Re-exposure effects and reliable electrophysiological correlates (R. Dieterich; Technische Universität Dresden; Germany)
  • Long-term effects of methamphetamine abuse during abstinence (A.-K. Stock; Technische Universität Dresden; Germany)
  • Discussant: I. Franken (Erasmus University Rotterdam; Netherlands)

Emotion and emotion regulation in OCD(B. Cludius; Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany)

  • Anger in OCD and the mediating role of emotion regulation: Results of direct and indirect measures (B. Cludius; Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany)
  • Exploration and avoidance of disgust- and fear stimuli: An eye-tracking study (J. Fink; University of Leipzig, Germany)
  • Emotion regulation and disgust triggered by objects or images: Results within an analogue sample (F. Kühne; University of Potsdam, Germany)
  • Disgust regulation via placebo (A. Schienle; University of Graz, Austria)
  • Neural correlates of emotion regulation in OCD and unaffected family members (S. de Wit; Amsterdam University Medical Center, Netherlands)

Digital technologies in the prevention and treatment of depression in children and adolescents (S. Lüttke; University of Tübingen, Germany)

  • Current directions in e-mental health (O. David; Babes-Bolxai University, Romania)
  • REThink therapeutic game: outcomes of a randomized clinical trial and mechanisms of change analysis (R. Cados; Babes-Bolxai University, Romania)
  • Risks and potential of social big data analysis for the prevention of affective disorders in adolescents (S.J. Schmidt; University of Bern, Switzerland)
  • Using computational models and smartphones to describe mood dynamics (B. Blain; University College London, UK)
  • Application of smartphone usage and GPS data to predict depression in adolescents. Results from the What’s up? Study (S. Lüttke; University of Tübingen, Germany)

Inhibitory learning in exposure therapy for anxiety disorders – New insights from a large-scale clinical trial(H.-U. Wittchen; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

  • Consequences of the inhibitory learning model for the practice of exposure (P. Neudeck; Psychotherapy Practice at Volksgarten, Germany)
  • Clinical implementation of expectancy violation and variation strategies (I. Heinig; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • Effects of prediction error on treatment outcome in anxiety disorders (A. Pittig; Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany)
  • Specificities of inhibitory learning in panic disorder, social anxiety disorder and specific phobias (C. Totzeck; Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)

Biological predictors and mechanisms of treatment response to psychotherapy across the lifespan(L. Norman; University of Michigan, USA)

  • Does mindfulness based cognitive therapy change psychophysiological responses to a short-term selfcompassion manipulation? (H. Kirschner; Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany)
  • Cingulo-opercular and orbito-striato-thalamic activation and resting-state connectivity at baseline correlates with response to cognitive therapy in obsessive compulsive disorder (L. Norman; University of Michigan, USA)
  • Brain networks for cognitive control may underlie response to cognitive behavioral therapy in clinically anxious youth (K. Fitzgerald; University of Michigan, USA)
  • Neural frontal profiles during attentional control in anxiety and cognitive behavioral therapy outcome (H. Klumpp; University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
  • Frontal grey matter thickness predicts response to cognitive behavioral therapy in OCD youth: evidence from the ENIGMA-OCD working group (C. Soriano-Mas; Bellvitge University Hospital-IDIBELL, Spain)

Transdiagnostic approach on reward: Implication for understanding and treating mental disorders(C. Martin-Soelch; University Fribourg, Switzerland)

  • Reward responsiveness in autistic traits (M. Matyjek; Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany)
  • Reactivity to reward under threat-of-shock in adults at increased familial risk for major depression (C. Gaillard; University Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Understanding and restoring the dopaminergic reward system in Fibromyalgia by using a mindfulness-based approach (K. Ledermann; University Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Real-time fMRI neurofeedback targeting cue-reactivity in alcohol use disorder (M. Grenchen; Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit, Germany)

Crucial elements of social understanding and relationship quality- implications for mental health (D. Schneider; University of Jena, Germany)

  • Inter-brain coherence during parent-child interaction: a new measure for relationship quality? (P. Vrticka; Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany)
  • Empathy and perspective-taking: Foundations and alterations in psychopathology (P. Kanske; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • Electrophysiological correlates of empathy in individuals with high and low autistic traits (D. Schneider; University of Jena, Germany)
  • Neural correlates of stress response when perceiving social evaluative threat in emotion dysregulation disorders (R. Murray; University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Targeting the diverse society in psychological interventions and research: What benefits are there when including gender and intersectionality? (H. Siller; Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria)

  • A framework to introduce gender and intersectionality in trauma and resilience (H. Siller; Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria)
  • The experience of resilience in the face of intimate partner violence from a gender perspective (S. Exenberger; Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria)
  • Older people and mental disabilities in emergencies and disasters: lessons learnt from focusing on some aspects in the diverse population (B. Juen; University of Innsbruck, Austria)
  • Dealing with domestic violence in pregnant women: intersections shaping vulnerability and resilience (M. König-Bachmann; Health University of Applied Sciences Tyrol, Austria)

Responses to social stress at different age periods in clinical, non-clinical and intercultural samples(S. Munsch; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)

  • Stress responses to a social stress task in preschool children – does it exist? (M. Groene; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Visual exploration under social stress conditions (M. Rubo; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Rejection sensitivity as a social stress condition in youth (F. Forrer; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Cultural variation in responses to social stress (E. Heim; University of Zürich, Switzerland)

Narcissism from personality and clinical perspectives(E. Jauk; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

  • Grandiose Narcissism in the Clinical Context: Findings for the Narcissistic Admiration and Rivalry Questionnaire (NARQ) (S. Mota; University of Münster, Germany)
  • Neural Correlates of Dictator Game Choice Behavior in Narcissistic Personality Disorder (D.S. Stolz; Lübeck University, Germany)
  • Communal Narcissism and Motives for Prosocial Behavior (A. Czarna; Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland)
  • Narcissistic Grandiosity and Vulnerability: From Between-Person Traits to Within-Person Dynamics (E. Jauk; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

Observable and unobservable aspects of social anxiety: Hormones, behavior, cognition, and peer-evaluation(W.-G. Lange; Radboud University, Netherlands)

  • A network approach to understanding maladaptive social self-beliefs in social anxiety (A. Heeren; Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
  • Prospective associations between social anxiety and social status in early adolescence (L.A. Henricks; Radboud University, Netherlands)
  • Interrelations among cognitive, physiological, and emotion markers of social anxiety before and after peer feedback in response to an impromptu speech task (A.C. Miers, Leiden University, Netherlands)
  • Social approach-avoidance tendencies vary as a function of (lack of) social fear and cortisol (A.L. Dapprich; Radboud University, Netherlands)
  • Don’t get so close to me: Socially anxious responding to breaches of interpersonal space (W.-G. Lange; Radboud University, Netherlands)

Internet-based psychological intervention for the treatment of depression in public primary care settings(R.M. Baños; University of Valencia, Spain)

  • Internet-based psychological interventions for depression in Spanish primary care settings: an overview (C. Botella; Jaume I University (UJI), Spain)
  • Efficacy of low-intensity internet-based interventions for the treatment of depression in primary care (M. Gili, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain)
  • Cost-effectiveness analysis of internet-based interventions for the treatment of depression in primary care (F. Mayoral; Regional University Hospital of Malaga, Spain)
  • Exploring the relationship between the acceptability and satisfaction of an Internet-based intervention for depression in primary care (Y. López del Hoyo, University of Zaragoza, Spain)
  • Internet interventions for depression in primary care: Challenges and new developments in routine practice (A. García-Palacios, Jaume I University (UJI), Spain)

Time and action for the prevention and targeted intervention of non-suicidal selfinjury behavior and suicidality in youth(S. Knappe; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

  • PrEmo - A school-based universal prevention program to reduce non-suicidal self-injury and suicidality (A. Bürger; University Hospital of Würzburg, Germany)
  • Effectiveness of a brief cognitive-behavioral intervention for the treatment of nonsuicidal selfinjury in adolescents – a randomized controlled trial (A. Edinger, University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany)
  • What'sApp: Prevention of depression and suicidal behaviour in adolescents using smartphone usage data and WhatsApp (S. Lüttke; University of Tübingen, Germany)
  • Suicide prevention in adolescents-first results of the NeSuD awareness programm (S. Knappe; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

Biomarkers of internalizing disorders: Psychophysiological measures as indicators of mechanisms, risk and outcome(A. Riesel; Universität Hamburg, Germany)

  • Insensitivity to reward and pleasant pictures in depression: Evidence for independent deficits and relation to symptoms cross-sectionally and prospectively (J. Klawohn; Florida State University, USA)
  • Dissociable effects of DLPFC neurostimulation on reward and motivation in depression (D. Gheza; Ghent University, Belgium)
  • Anxiety and the visual brain: Electrocortical facilitation of threat-predictive cues in early visual processing (M.J. Wieser; Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
  • Evidence for learning deficits in acquisition of conditioned fear in obsessive compulsive disorder (Björn Elsner; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
  • Neural error signals as a transdiagnostic risk marker for obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety and substance use (A. Riesel; Universität Hamburg, Germany)

Ecological momentary assessment for psychopathology and intervention research(M. Stefanovic; Ludwig-Maximilans-University Munich, Germany)

  • Affective and cognitive dynamics (and stability) in daily life (K. Takano; Ludwig-Maximilans-University Munich, Germany)
  • Potential impact of a mindfulness-based intervention on emotional inertia (K. Van der Gucht; University of Leuven, Belgium)
  • Clustering individuals on the basis of momentary associations of negative affect and worry (M. Stefanovic; Ludwig-Maximilans-University Munich, Germany)
  • Applications of EMA to predict treatment response and dropout and support individualized treatment planning (J. Rubel; Justus-Liebig-University Giessen)
  • Closing the gap: Concept and results of idiographic system modelling (B. Aas; University Hospital, LMU Munich, Germany)

CBT-based interventions promoting resources in physical and psychological health conditions(C. Martin-Sölch; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)

  • Resilient against stress. Effects of a multidimensional stress prevention program on psychological resources and indicators of well-being in university students (R.E. Recabarren; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • How to prepare patients waiting for bariatric surgery? Description of a preoperative program focused on eating behavior and evaluation of its efficacy on the indicators of physical and mental health (S. Haymoz; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Development of a smartphone application for the treatment of chronic pain in older adults based on the daily life experience of pain (K. Ledermann; University Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Effects of CBT interventions on ADHD symptoms among adults and children with ADHD (A. Dentz; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Progressing toward Emotional Regulation Health: Helping an emotionally dysregulated patient (Borderline Personality Disorder) implementing standard protocols with selective techniques based on emotion regulation questionnaires results (R. Toth; Clinical independent praxis, Switzerland)

The interaction between emotion regulation, stress and trauma in psychopathology(S. Schönfeld; Lund University, Sweden)

  • Behavioral and psychophysiological correlates of emotion regulation under stress and anger provocation (S. Schönfelder; Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany)
  • Role of emotion regulation in resilience to everyday life stressors (R. Kalisch, Deutsches Resilienz Zentrum Mainz, Germany)
  • Short and long term effects of emotion regulation in subclinical PTSD and controls (S. Schönfeld; Lund University, Sweden)
  • The association between PTSD symptom severity, emotion regulation and self-compassion in armed forces veterans (S. Gerdes; University of Exeter, UK)

Sleep and Mental Health(G. Werner; Ludwig Maximilans University, Germany)

  • Sleep in posttraumatic stress disorder – The role of fear of sleep (G. Werner; Ludwig Maximilans University, Germany)
  • Does a short nap after experimental trauma impact the development of analogue PTSD symptoms? (I. Wilhelm; University of Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Sleep and Psychotic Symptoms (T. Hennig; University of Hamburg, Germany)
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy for insomnia (E. Hertenstein; University Clinic and Polyclinic for Psychiatry, Switzerland)
  • Treatment of Sleep Disturbances in Children (A. Schlarb; University of Bielefeld, Germany)

Deficits in intuition as a transdiagnostic factor for psychopathology. Novel findings and clinical implications(C.V. Remmers; Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)

  • In the search of lost meaning: impaired intuitive semantic coherence detection and the underlying mechanisms in patients with depression (C.V. Remmers; Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
  • Intuition in schizophrenia: A case of hyper-priming? (T. Zander-Schellenberg; University of Basel, Switzerland)
  • Themes that really matter- The role of intuitive thematic processing in the search for existential meaning (T. Maldei; Trier University, Germany)
  • Anxiety buffer disruption and posttraumtic stress disorder (T. Pyszczynski; University of Colorado, USA)
  • Discussant: S.L. Koole (Vrije Universität Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Cultural adaptation of internet-based interventions(E. Heim; University of Zurich, Switzerland)

  • Internet-based psychological interventions in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review (Z. Fu; Amsterdam UMC, Netherlands)
  • Cultural adaptation of an internet-based intervention for the treatment of insomnia: A user experience study with refugees and health workers (K. Spanhel; Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany)
  • Cultural adaptation of a new measure for ICD-11 prolonged grief disorder: identification of unique symptoms of grief and implications for therapeutic intervention in Switzerland, China, Japan and Syria (C. Killikelly; University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Engaging immigrants in psychotherapy: Development and pilot RCT of a culture-tailored, web-based intervention (H. Reich; Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany)
  • Cultural adaptation of an internet-based intervention for the treatment of depression among Albanian-speaking immigrants in Switzerland: Randomized controlled trial (E. Heim; University of Zurich, Switzerland)

The role of parental work participation and perinatal factors for family health-related outcomes – first results of the prospective multi-method cohort “Dresden Study on Parenting, Work, and Mental Health (S. Garthus-Niegel; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

  • Maternal employment and the mother’s mental health: A systematic review with meta-analysis (M. Kopp; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • DREAM – Dresden Study on Parenting, Work and Mental Health (S. Garthus-Niegel; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • My house, my job, my child: The impact of role attitudes and work-related factors on depression in the postpartum period (R. Schaber; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • The impact of psychosocial work stress and precarious working conditions on postpartum depression (M. Karl; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
  • Birth-related PTSD symptoms – Differential predictors in mothers and fathers (V. Kress; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)