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Overcoming Anxiety: Making Sense of Fear and OCD

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Learn more about anxiety & how to manage it from leading experts, Prof Paul Salkovskis & Dr Victoria Bream.

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Triumph Over Phobia (TOP UK) is delighted to invite you to its 5th Annual Conference: Overcoming Anxiety: Making Sense of Fear and OCD, taking place online on the 11th of May at 18:30

Every year Triumph Over Phobia (TOP UK) brings together prominent researchers, clinicians, and individuals with lived experience of OCD or phobias to showcase important research and share meaningful stories.

This year we are looking forward to a series of engaging presentations from leading Clinical Psychologists Professor Paul Salkovskis, and Dr Victoria Bream. We will also be sharing J-Lo Hall’s inspirational story of recovery.

“ The Unexpected Dangers of Trying Too Hard To Be Safe” - Professor Paul Salkovskis

Professor Salkovskis is currently the Programme Director for DClinPsy at the Oxford Institute for Clinical Psychology Training and Research and Director of the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. His main area of research and clinical work is in the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders in general, and more specifically in OCD.

“Changing Our Relationship with Unhelpful Thoughts” – Dr Victoria Bream

Dr Bream is currently the Clinic Lead and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Oxford Institute for Clinical Psychology Training and the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. She is a specialist in using CBT for treating OCD and related problems, as well as hoarding disorder.

“From my Cardboard Box to Freedom” – J-Lo Hall

J-Lo Hall is a TOP UK volunteer group leader. She will be talking about her battle to overcome OCD in an inspirational account of recovery.

Triumph Over Phobia (TOP UK) is a registered charity - number 1034932

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