Research carried out by lab members Isobel Williams and Dr. Levita, and collaborators Stephanie Howlett and Professor Markus Reuber, has recently been published online in Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.

The research aimed to explore whether a newly developed questionnaire, the Emotional Processing Scale 25, could be used to track changes in emotion regulation following a course of Brief Augmented Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy (BAPIT) for functional neurological symptoms (FNS).

Their study found that emotion processing and some measures of clinical symptomology improved in patients with FNS following BAPIT, and that the EPS-25 is a suitable measure of psychotherapy associated changes in the FNS patient population.

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Changes in Emotion Procession following Brief Augmented Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy for Functional Neurological Symptoms

New paper! Changes in Emotion Processing following Brief Augmented Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy for Functional Neurological Symptoms