RESEARCH TALKS: Augmented Depression Therapy (ADepT) to Enhance Wellbeing After Loss
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | 1 CE HOUR AVAILABLE (FOR A FEE) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Professor of Clinical Social Psychology, University of Exeter, UK
ABOUT THE EVENT
It is increasingly recognized that anhedonia (a loss of interest and pleasure) and broader deficits in wellbeing are core to depression and not satisfactorily treated by current mainstream psychological therapies. Augmented Depression Therapy (ADepT) is one of a family of emerging treatments that aim to address this gap. At this webinar, part of the Center for Complicated Grief’s RESEARCH TALKS series, research clinical psychologist Barney Dunn (bio) will introduce ADepT and review evidence of its efficacy. He will give particular focus the ways in which ideas and techniques from ADepT might be used to help support people who are grieving and unable to reconnect to valued activities in life that can bring wellbeing.