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Special Interest Groups

The aim of the EABCT Special Interest Groups is

1) to create a group of people, within the EABCT, interested in developing research and studying specific scientific areas and tasks related to the Cognitive Behavioral areas of interest
2) to create an EABCT scientific production that will allow the EABCT to have arguments to ask for research (or projects) funding ( e.g. to EU, WHO, etc), and to participate to international scientific projects and activities promoted by the main Nationals and International Institutions (e.g. WHO,) in the field of Mental Health.

There are Specialized Interest Groups on

 Bipolar Disorders and Acute Mania
– Disruptive Behaviour Disorders in children and adolescents
– Forensic CBT
– Low Intensity CBT
– Psychosis
– Sex and Couple Therapy
– Trauma and Dissociation
– Personality Disorders
– Positive CBT
– Training and Supervision
– Unipolar Depression
– Trans-Diagnostic Dysfunctions
– Worry, rumination and repetitive thinking