Earlier in the month we officially launched our newest clinical assessment, the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS), at the Division of Clinical Psychology annual conference in London. We hope those of you who attended the conference enjoyed it as much as we did - it was great to see so many of you there.
In the midst of all the conference hustle and bustle, you may not have had a chance to watch our EPS introductory video. Filmed with the EPS core development team, the video talks through the tool and includes a case study showing how it was used to treat PTSD. You can watch the short video here:
The conference also saw the EPS lead author Roger Baker give a symposium alongside his research colleagues entitled Emotional Processing: New developments in medicine, psychology and psychosomatics. The papers presented covered a diverse range of research areas in which the EPS had been used; including psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, postnatal depression, and chronic pain.
If you would like to take a further look at the presentations from the symposium, or if you missed it first time around, the slides are available for you to download here:
Paper 1- The Emotional Processing Scale; a pan-diagnostic assessment of emotional style
Paper 2 - Emotional processing in patients with psychogenic non-epileptic seizures and the implications for psychological treatment
Paper 3- Emotional Processing in Childbirth (EPIC) Study: Does poor emotional processing predict the development of postnatal depression
Paper 4 - Chronic pain and emotional processing
Visit the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) page here.