JOIN US ON ZOOM FOR OUR NEXT SPRIG (psychosis research) SEMINAR:
Wednesday 9th December FESTIVE SHOWCASE 3.00-5.00pm (UK time)
Speakers from the SPRiG will be presenting a short 10 minute overview of their research
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Meeting ID: 912 8680 3966
Schedule of Speakers
3.00-3.15 Introduction: Professor Kathryn Greenwood Director of SPRiG
3.15-3.25: Professor Kathryn Greenwood: The EYE-2 project
Changes in Early Intervention Services: A policy and process evaluation in EYE-2
3.25-3.35 Ellie Robson: The ProReal Study
A feasibility pilot investigating the application of a therapeutic avatar platform 'ProReal' in remote online groups for young people with anxiety disorders and first episode psychosis
3.35-3.45 Dr Richard Whale: S1P Cohort
Outcomes in early psychosis: The S1P study
3.45-3.55 Jamie Moffatt: Recreating feelings of body dis-ownership with mixed-reality
I will describe a novel method for recreating the sensation of body dis-ownership in the lab and present findings from a study which explored potential causes of these unusual sensations and how they may be associated with unusual experiences that occur in daily life.
3.55-4.05 Dr. Mark Hayward: Give2 Trial
Increasing access to CBTp: is there a role for Assistant Psychologists?
This talk will present initial findings from a trial of CBT for distressing voices where the intervention was delivered by Assistant Psychologists.
4.05-4.15 Dr. Mark Hayward: The Voices Clinic
"I don't think that interventions can be delivered remotely to this client group" - What do I know!
This presentation will reflect upon experiences within the Sussex Voices Clinic as we have delivered our interventions remotely during the pandemic.
4.15-4.25 Kelly Wilson: The NEON Study
NEON (Narrative Experiences Online): Accessing recovery stories online, and assessing the impact this can have on peoples’ mental health.
4.25-4.35 Dr Christopher Scane: The STAR Trial
The Study of Trauma and Recovery (STAR) trial. This is a multi-site RCT looking at the effectiveness of a trauma-focused CBTp intervention for people experiencing symptoms of psychosis and post-traumatic stress, as we know that rates of trauma are elevated in people with psychosis
4.35-4.45: Experiences of SlowMo participation
Our service-user Angie gives her perspective on what it was like taking part in the SlowMo trial - Evaluating a digital therapy targeting reasoning in paranoia
4.55-5.00: Round Up