- Sloan, E., Hall, K., Moulding, R., Bryce, S., Mildred, H., and Staiger, P. K. (2017). Emotion regulation as a transdiagnostic treatment construct across anxiety, depression, substance, eating and borderline personality disorders: a systematic review. Clin. Psychol. Rev. 57, 141–163.
- Hall, K., Youssef, G., Simpson, A., Sloan, E., Graeme, L., Perry, N., & Staiger, P. K. (2021). An emotion regulation and impulse control (ERIC) intervention for vulnerable young people: A multi‐sectoral pilot study. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 1011.
- Sloan, E., Hall, K., Youssef, G. J., Moulding, R., Mildred, H., & Staiger, P. K. (2019). Profiles of emotion regulation in young people accessing youth mental health and drug treatment. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 43(4), 769–780.
AACBT Vic Pub Discussion: Hall – Emotion regulation
- Kate Hall
Emotion regulation skill building in young adults
Presenter: Dr Kate Hall
Are you looking for a novel approach to treating emotional dysregulation in young adults?
There is a demonstrated link between the mental health and substance use comorbidities experienced by young adults, however the vast majority of psychological interventions are disorder specific. Novel psychological approaches that adequately acknowledge the psychosocial complexity and transdiagnostic needs of vulnerable young people are urgently needed. A modular skills-based program for emotion regulation and impulse control (ERIC) addresses this gap.
The content of this pub discussion will focus on the development and evaluation of ERIC. Results from a one-armed open trial designed to evaluate the impact that 12 weeks exposure to ERIC alongside usual care will be presented along with related literature on the emotion regulation profiles of treatment seeking young adults. Transdiagnostic treatment targets for cognitive and behavioural intervention will be presented.
About this event:
The format will an informal, lecture-style presentation.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understanding the transdiagnostic needs of vulnerable young people
- Development and evaluation of a modular skills-based program for emotion regulation and impulse control (ERIC)
- Transdiagnostic treatment targets for cognitive and behavioural intervention
This session is designed for those with a casual familiarity – attendees will be assumed to have basic experience in the topic area.
Implications / Applications of Learning for Clinical Practice
Intervention details for a modular skills-based program for emotion regulation will be provided that will be able to be applied in practice.
Duration & Format / Training Modalities
This workshop has approx. 60 minutes CPD, and does not include any catering in the ticket price.
Door opens at 6pm for a 6:30pm start.
References – readings
AACBT members have free tickets, but MUST book to reserve their place.
Non-members can join now and gain all of the other advantages of AACBT Membership!
There are no early bird rates for this event and please note that there are no door sales possible.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note, the venue will be following all relevant Public Health Orders and checking delegates as per their obligations. Density, and mask requirements will be in line with relevant government guidelines. As per all events, please do not attend if you are unwell.
If you are required to cancel your attendance owing to a COVID isolation, please contact us for a full refund or ticket transfer.
There is street parking outside the venue, plus public transport via 86 tram, and train at Victoria Park. The Victoria Park train station is an 8-minute walk to the venue and is on the Mernda and Hurstbridge lines.
Images: Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos