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Presentations

INVITED: KEYNOTES / ADDRESSES & CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

  1. Devilly, G.J. (2007). Invited Speaker: Early intervention for workplace trauma. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy Annual Conference, Gold Coast, 10th October.
  2. Devilly, G.J. (2007). Keynote: Therapeutic justice. Australasian Society of Victimology Annual Conference, Adelaide, 27th September.
  3. Devilly, G.J. (2007). Keynote: Emerging strategies for early intervention following trauma. 8th International Mental Health Conference, Gold Coast, 17th August.
  4. Devilly, G.J., & Bryant, R. (2006). Masterclass: Early intervention in workplace trauma. Australian Association for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Adelaide, 15th September.
  5. Devilly, G.J., et al. (2006). Plenary session: Can the evidence mandate the delivery of trauma treatment. Australian Association for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Adelaide, 16th September.
  6. Devilly, G.J., et al (2006). Expert Panel: NHMRC Clinical Practice Guidelines for PTSD: Development, Dissemination, and Relevance for Clinicians. Australian Association for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Adelaide, 15th September
  7. Clark, D.M., Ehlers, A., Creamer, M., Devilly, G.J., Bryant, R. (2006). Panel Discussion: Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What’s the best approach and how do we convince clinicians to use it? Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy annual conference, Sydney, 20th October.
  8. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Keynote: How Debriefing May Be Affecting Memory. Australian False Memory Association Annual Conference. Melbourne, October 30th.
  9. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Keynote: Exposure therapy in the treatment of trauma. National Victims of Crime Conference, Sydney, Australia, 26th February.
  10. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Keynote: The role of science in improving victims’ services. National Victims of Crime Conference, Sydney, Australia, 27th February.
  11. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Treating trauma with exposure. Invited workshop for ISTSS and APS. Adelaide, Australia, November 14th.
  12. Devilly, G.J. (2002). Keynote: Evidence based practice in treating victims of crime. Empowerment after trauma: Enhancing resilience in victims of crime, workers and organisations. Brisbane, Australia, 30th - 31st May.
  13. Devilly, G.J. (2001). Keynote: Intervening with victims of crime – what works? NSW Victims of Crime Conference – “Thinking Outside The Square”. Sydney, Australia, 17th – 18th May.
  14. Devilly, G.J. (1999). Panel of Experts - Discussion. Joint Annual conference of The National Centre For War-Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and The Australian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. July1999.
  15. Devilly, G.J. (1998). The treatment of trauma. Invited symposia. Oxford University, England.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS / PAPERS / PUBLIC LECTURES

  1. Devilly, G.J. (2007). Early intervention following trauma: What works? Sir Edward Dunlop Medical Research Foundation Centenary Symposium, Melbourne, 2nd November.
  2. Devilly, G.J. (2007). The Australian guidelines for the treatment of Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder – Consumer and Professional Information Day (4x talks). NH&MRC funded, Brisbane, 5th October.
  3. Devilly, G.J. (2007). The Australian guidelines for the treatment of Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder – Consumer and Professional Information Day (4x talks). NH&MRC funded, 30th August, Perth.
  4. Devilly, G.J. (2007). Workshop: Treatment strategies for post traumatic stress disorder. 8th International Mental Health Conference, Gold Coast, 19th August.
  5. Devilly, G.J., & LeGrand, J. (2007). Community perspectives of offender sentences in sexual assault cases. Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology And Law Annual Conference, Adelaide, 5th July.
  6. Devilly, G.J., & Bryant, R. (2006). Suppressing unwanted thoughts and dream rebound. Association for Psychological Science, 18th Annual Convention, New York, May 27th.
  7. Devilly, G.J. (2006). Trauma, dissociation and memory deficits. Association for Psychological Science, 18th Annual Convention, New York, May 27th.
  8. Devilly, G.J., Ciorciari J., Cook F., & Turton C. (2006). Dissociative tendency, memory errors and trauma word recall. International Conference on Memory, Sydney, 18th July.
  9. Cook F., Devilly G.J., Ciorciari J., & Turton C. (2006). Lasting neural impact of psychological trauma as measured by EEG coherence analysis. International Conference on Memory, Sydney, 18th July.
  10. Devilly, G.J. (2006). Dissociation and memory fragility. Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy annual conference, Sydney, 18th October.
  11. Devilly, G.J., Varker, T., & Hansen, K. (2006). A randomised controlled trial of group debriefing – An analogue study. Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy annual conference, Sydney, 19th October.
  12. Devilly, G.J., & Varker, T. (2006). A randomized controlled trial of group debriefing on emotional reactions to, and eye witness memory of, a stressful event – two analogue studies. Australian Association for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Adelaide, 15th September .
  13. Varker, T., & Devilly, G.J. (2006). The impact of inoculation & resiliency training upon eyewitness stress reactions and eyewitness memory an analogue study. Australian Association for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Adelaide, 15th September.
  14. Devilly, G.J. (2006). False memory, trauma & debriefing. RMIT Colloquium. Melbourne 26th October.
  15. Devilly, G.J. (2006). Evidenced based practice in the treatment of child and adolescent trauma responses. Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service, Austin Repatriation Hospital, Melbourne, 21st April.
  16. Devilly, G.J. (2005). Treatment for trauma reactions in victims of crime. Australian Psychological Society Forensic college (Victorian Branch) Seminar. Melbourne, 9th March.
  17. Devilly, G.J. (2005). Debriefing and post traumatic stress. CentreLink Seminar, Moorabbin (Melbourne). 25th February.
  18. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Treatment for trauma in victims of crime. Barwon Health Trauma Conference. Barwon, Geelong, 2nd December.
  19. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Psychological Aid Through Debriefing: A Contradiction In Terms? Department of Psychology, Macquarie University Seminar. Sydney, 29th October.
  20. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Exposure & CBT In Treating Trauma Workshop. Chronic Psychological Work Stressors Conference. Perth, Australia, 22nd October.
  21. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Early Responses To Trauma: Evidence Not Promises. Chronic Psychological Work Stressors Conference. Perth, Australia, 21st October.
  22. Devilly, G.J. (2004). The Joker’s Naked (and we’re not very sure about the emperor). Australian Society For Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Pub Night. Melbourne, Australia, 19th October.
  23. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Does debriefing work? St. Vincent’s Hospital Psychiatry Round. Melbourne, 1st October.
  24. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Exposure Therapy for PTSD Workshop. Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Masterclass Series. Melbourne, Australia, 17th September.
  25. Devilly, G.J. (2004). If Not CISD Then What? Ensuring Responsible Post-Trauma Intervention. Australasian Society For Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference. Sydney, Australia, 10th September.
  26. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Evidence Based Practice following Traumatic Events: Where the Research Directs Us. Chronic Psychological Work Stressors Conference. Brisbane, Australia, 8th September.
  27. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Stress claims, critical incident stress de-briefing and management planning. Prevention, Assessment, Treatment: Rehabilitation of injuries and pro-active management of workers compensation claims in Queensland. Queensland Workers Compensation Conference. Brisbane, Australia, 24th June.
  28. Devilly, G.J. (2004). Evidence Based Practice following Traumatic Events: Where the Evidence Directs Us. Chronic Work Stressors: Care, Compensation & Rehabilitation Conference. Melbourne, Australia, 20th May.
  29. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Delivering psychological first aid following trauma. Forensicare Seminar, Thomas Embling Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, 1st December.
  30. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Psychological first aid following trauma seemed like a good idea, but does it help anyone? Department of Psychology Colloquium. Swinburne University, Australia, August.
  31. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Evidence-based practice in trauma research and treatment. Brain Sciences Institute Research Seminar. Melbourne, Australia, April.
  32. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Delivering Psychological First Aid Following A Traumatic Event. Melbourne University Counselling Service. Melbourne, Australia, 8th April.
  33. Devilly, G.J. (2003). Expert panel: The needs of victims of crime. Geelong, Australia.
  34. Devilly, G.J. (2002). Planning and providing an early psychological response following a traumatic event. ASD, PTSD & Recovery. Sydney, Australia, 8th October.
  35. Devilly, G.J. (2002). Chair: Enhancing resilience - emerging models. Empowerment after trauma: Enhancing resilience in victims of crime, workers and organisations. Brisbane, Australia, 30th - 31st May.
  36. Devilly, G.J. and McKenzie, S. (2002). The Development and Implementation of an Online Marking and Results System. Multimedia and Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning Enhancement (METTLE), University of Melbourne, 6th November.
  37. Devilly, G.J. (2001). The rise and fall of distracted exposure in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: The example of EMDR. University of Melbourne Psychology Colloquium. 21st March.
  38. Devilly, G.J. (2001). A contemporary approach to the community intervention of negative affect in Vietnam veterans. World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Vancouver, Canada, 17th – 21st July.
  39. Devilly, G.J. (2001). Counselling For Victims – What Works & What Doesn’t? Australasian Society of Victimology. Adelaide, 6th September.
  40. Devilly, G.J. (2001). Current issues in PTSD. Swinburne University Psychology Honours Lecture. Melbourne 16th October.
  41. Devilly, G.J. (2001). What works in the treatment of victims of crime. Australasian Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Ballarat, 8th August.
  42. Devilly, G.J. (2001). Current controversies in the treatment of PTSD. Griffith University Psychology Colloquium. Gold Coast. 26th October.
  43. Devilly, G.J. (2001). The lifestyle management programme. Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service, Brisbane, October 29th.
  44. Jensen, I., & Devilly, G.J. (2001). An Investigation into the psychological effects of a health programme in Vietnam veterans. World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Vancouver, Canada, 17th – 21st July.
  45. Jensen, I., & Devilly, G.J. (2001). The effectiveness of an exercise programme for Vietnam veterans: Physiological and psychological change over time. Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service, Brisbane, October 29th.
  46. Devilly, G.J. (2000). The Treatment of PTSD - Where The Research Directs Us As Clinicians. Victims Referral and Assistance Service and Crime Prevention Victoria Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia 7th – 8th September.
  47. Devilly, G.J. (2000). A Multimodal Approach to the Treatment of PTSD in Vietnam Veterans. Victims Referral and Assistance Service and Crime Prevention Victoria Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia 7th – 8th September.
  48. Devilly, G.J., & Dixon, J. (2000). A Restorative Initiative For Victim Services In Victoria (Australia). X International Symposium on Vicimology; Montreal, Canada (August).
  49. Devilly, G.J. (2000). Brief introduction to the need for an Incident recovery model within victim services. Adjunctive paper, Victim Support Service Conference: Victims of crime, working together to improve services, Adelaide, 25th - 26th May.
  50. Devilly, G.J. (2000). Discussant: Overview of therapeutic approaches. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies world conference, Melbourne, Victoria.
  51. Devilly, G.J. (2000). The psychological effects of a lifestyle management course on war veterans and their spouses. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies world conference, Melbourne, Victoria.
  52. Devilly, G.J. (1999). An evidence based review of debriefing following disasters. Pacific Science Congress, Sydney, Australia.
  53. Devilly, G.J., & Lohr, J.M. (1999). Experimental clinical science dispels emdr pseudoscience. Special Interest Group poster session at the 33rd Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, November 12, Toronto, Canada.
  54. Devilly, G.J. (1999). A Comparison Of EMDR And CBT: Evidence For Treatment of Choice? Joint Annual conference of The National Centre For War-Related PostTraumatic Stress Disorder and The Australian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. July 1999.
  55. Devilly, G.J. (1999). EMDR or distracted exposure: Is there a difference in the treatment of PTSD. Institute of Psychiatry, London, England.
  56. Devilly, G.J. & Spence, S.H. (1998). Is EMDR superior to CBT within a generic PTSD population? World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Acapulco, Mexico.
  57. Rosen, G.M., McNally, R.J., Lohr, J.M., Davison, G.C., Devilly, G.J., Herbert, J.D., Keane, T.M., Montgomery, R.W., Roemer, L., & Sawchuk, C.N. (1998, November). If eye movements are unnecessary in EMDR, are we left with behavior therapy? Paper presented to the Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Special Interest Group at the 32nd Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC.
  58. Devilly, G.J. (1997). The psychological treatment of PTSD. Annual Conference of The Australian Association for Trauma & Dissociation. Brisbane, Australia.
  59. Devilly, G.J., Spence, S.H. & Rapee, R.M. (1996). EMDR, post traumatic stress disorder and war veterans: Little evidence for a new paradigm. 31st Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Sydney, Australia.
  60. Devilly, G.J. (1997). Lifestyle Management – Outcome of intervention. Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service Annual Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.
  61. Devilly, G.J. (1997). Does EMDR work? St. Charles’ Hospital Week. Brisbane, Australia.
  62. Devilly, G.J., Spence, S.H., & Hill, C.V. (1994). Are eye movements necessary when treating post traumatic stress with the Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing procedure? World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  63. Devilly, G.J. (1994). A treatment for post traumatic stress disorder? Australian Behaviour Modification Association (Qld) and Behaviour Research & Therapy Centre Update. Queensland, Australia.
  64. Devilly, G.J. (1994). The Treatment of Vietnam Vets with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Hospital Week: Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital, Brisbane, Australia.
  65. Devilly, G.J. (1993). A family based intervention for headaches. Australian Behaviour Modification Association (Qld) and Behaviour Research & Therapy Centre Update. Queensland, Australia.
  66. Devilly, G.J. (1993). Eye movement desensitisation & reprocessing: Hokus pokus or therapy. Hospital Week: Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital. Brisbane, Australia.
  67. Devilly, G.J. (1989, Unpublished). An investigation into the relative efficacy of cognitive and behavioural interventions on a sub-clinically depressed population. B.Sc. (Hons) thesis.