Biza Stenfert-Kroese

Adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Consultant Clinical Psychologist and senior researcher at University of Birmingham, Biza Stenfert Kroese will be presenting a talk about Adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) at the upcoming Sundial Autism Therapy Conference taking place on 1st April 2022 at Haydock Park Racecourse.

Ms Kroese is currently researching how to adapt psychological assessment and treatment methods to the needs of clients with intellectual disabilities. She is also a co-investigator for a clinical research trial of Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing

(EMDR) for adults with intellectual disabilities with complex trauma and is chief investigator for a feasibility study on introducing an emotional literacy programme into SEND schools and will be drawing on a lot of elements of her work during her hour long presentation at the Autism Therapy conference.

Adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Biza will focus on the research she has carried out over the last few years about Adapted CBT and how parents, carers and professionals can be informed by her findings.

Helen Driver, Head of Therapy and Clinical Services at Wargrave House School, said “We are delighted that Biza, along with speech and language specialist – Dr Jill Bradshaw and Susan Allen, PhD researcher in Understanding Sensory Integration Difficulties are all able to present at our inaugural conference. We have some of the foremost experts in the country attending and believe it is a not to be missed event for our whole sector”.


Sundial Autism Therapy Conference takes place on 1st April 2022 at Haydock Park Racecouse and will feature Keynote speakers, including Temple Grandin, Susan Allen, Dr Jill Bradshaw, Biza Stenfert Kroese as well as workshops and Autism in Racing’s Bobby Beevers.

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