ImageEvidence-based psychological treatments, such as CBT, IPT, behaviour therapy and family therapy, have not yet fully benefitted from the range of dramatic advances in the neuroscience related to emotion, behaviour and cognition. Meanwhile, much of neuroscience is unaware of the potential of psychological treatments.

This meeting will bring together a range of exceptional scientists who are contributing to closing the gap, and examine how ECNP can provide the platform to meet this translational challenge.

Target group

Established scientists, junior scientists and ECNP members.

Provisional programme

Sunday 20 March 2016 | 16.00-20.00

  • The challenge and potential of neuroscience
    and the talking treatments 
  • Dinner including poster session

Monday 21 March 2016 | 08.15-16.00 

  • Emotional memory
  • Attention
  • Conditioning
  • Reward and emotional bias
  • Compulsion and addiction

The detailed programme will be available end September 2015.

How to participate

If you are a member of ECNP and would like to attend this meeting, please send an e-mail stating your interest.
If your application is accepted, a confirmation will be sent before 16 December 2015 in which you will be asked to make the registration final. ECNP will waive the registration fee. Hotel and travel will be at your own expense.

For further information please contact us.

Source: Neuroscience-and-Psychotherapy-Meeting

Via: Google Alert for Neuroscience

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