Developing Novel Psychological Therapies for Mood Disorders in a Real World Setting
  • Room N12c, ITTC Building, Plymouth Science Park

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The AccEPT Clinic is an NHS funded psychological therapies service for adults with mood disorders, based at the University of Exeter. It offers a platform to develop, test and refine therapies, including hosting funded clinical trials. 

In this talk, Barney Dunn and Kim Wright will describe this partnership approach to facilitating innovation in the NHS, and then present two examples of therapy development that have taken place within AccEPT. Barney will talk through his work developing augmented depression therapy (ADepT)) – a treatment aiming to enhance wellbeing and positive recovery in acute depression; Kim will describe her development of a DBT informed approach for people with frequent bipolar mood swings (TnrIVe-B). 

The presentation will conclude with a discussion about further development of the AccEPT platform to evaluate service delivery models as well as specific treatment components.

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This seminar is part of the CPCRG (Community and Primary Care Research Group) series in association with DECI (Developing and Evaluating Complex Interventions). Visit the DECI webpage for more information or please email to be added to the mailing list.

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