The Trinity Department of Psychiatry invites you to a Public Lecture:
“Do talking therapies make a difference for individuals with Psychosis?”
Dr Alison Brabban
Date: Tuesday 20th November at 6pm – 7pm
Venue: Tercentenary Hall, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Pearse St, Dublin 2
This is part of Dr Alison Brabban’s Visiting Professorship to Trinity College, Dublin
Alison Brabban National Clinical Advisor for Severe Mental Illness, NHS England.
Alison qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 1990 and since then has specialised in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis and has been involved in teaching this internationally. She is passionate about broadening the availability of psychological treatments for individuals affected by psychosis.
She was given a Visiting Lectureship at Harvard University Medical School in 2006 and was awarded a Beck Scholarship from the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy in Philadelphia. She has been appointed as the National Advisor for Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme within NHS England. Alison also works as the Clinical Lead for Recovery for a NHS Trust in the North East of England and as a clinician in the local Early Intervention in Psychosis service. Alison was part of the UK’s Schizophrenia Commission and was also involved in the development of the recent update of the NICE guideline for schizophrenia and psychosis.
This event is provided without charge with no requirement to book a place.