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    • 13 Feb 2017
    • 09 Sep 2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki

    Schema Therapy for Children & Adolescents (ST-CA)

    Curriculum for ISST-certification

    Presenter: Christof Loose, Advanced Level Schema Therapist and Supervisor-trainer in Child-adolescent Schema Therapy (ISST e.V.):

    Institute of Experimental Psychology, Department of Clinical Psychology, Düsseldorf

    Place: Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki. http://www.tieteidentalo.fi/

    Dates:

    Mo-Tu 13.-14.2.2017 (13.2. 9-17 and 14.2. 8-16)

    Th-Sa 11.-13.5.2017 ( 11.5. 9-17 and 12.-13.5. 8-16)

    Th-Sa 7.-9.9.2017 (7.9. 9-17 and 8.-9.9. 8-16).

    Supervision needed for certification application can be arranged by Christof Loose or his colleagues, also possible to use skype or GotoMeeting for online supervision. Needed individual supervision hours are 20, group supervision is also possible then more hours are needed (converting table at the ST-CA Guidelines and contents). How to organize the supervision is discussed at first training session in February. List of certified supervisor can be found:

    You can also attend only the workshops if you are not applying for ISST-certification

    http://www.schematherapysociety.org/Child-and-Adolescent-Certifcation

    To whom: Psychotherapists (CBT, CT, Cognitive-integrative and Cognitive-analytic)

    Maximum number of participants 20 and minimum 15 for workshops.

    For ISST certification the requirement is that you are officially allowed in your country to do psychotherapy with children.

    Price: Workshops (8 days) 2150 €+ vat 24%

    Members of FACBT Workshops (8 days) 1750 €+vat 24%. + (to those who want to be able to apply the ISST certification) Supervision costs – the fee for supervision is approximately 100-130 €/50 min for individual supervision. Total costs depend on how much online supervision or group supervision is used.

    NOTE! It can happen that the minimum number of participants will not be reached, so - if

    you book a flight or a hotel already now - please chose a rate with refund options.

    Registration: Please contact luote@luote.fi 20.1.2017 latest. After your contact we will send you a registration form.

    Info: luote@luote.fi or anna-maija.kokko@luote.fi +35850 3631213 or

    Christof.Loose@uni-duesseldorf.de (specially for requirements for certification)

    Summary:

    Schema Therapy with Children/Adolescents (ST-CA) and their Parents

    (3 workshop units: 1x2 days, 2x3 days; in total 64 TU TU=tutor units =45 min)

    Schema Therapy (ST) developed by Jeffrey Young is an enhancement and development of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and particularly integrates emotions, but also developmental aspects centrally in their diagnostic and therapeutic considerations. In addition, ST is based on a model of schemas, modes and the basic needs and "their fate" during the life course. Therefore, ST - in terms of technical and strategic variant of CBT – seems to be also and especially in the field of child and adolescent therapy particularly suited to generate action-guiding, diagnostic and therapeutic concepts.

    In total 3 workshop units (WS 1-3) of the "Children's Curriculum", first the schema therapeutic conceptual model (schemas, modes, coping strategies), the underlying theory (central importance core needs in the context of developmental tasks), possible diagnostic means (eg, projective methods) and requirements in the therapeutic attitude (eg, concept of “limited reparenting” and “empathic confrontation”) are outlined, put on the ground of temperament and personality factors in childhood and adolescence. However, in the center of the workshop series are training and practice units, encompassing schema therapeutic strategies that have proven successful in cognitive behavioral therapy of childhood and adolescence. Another focus is laid on the teaching of advanced and deepened work with parents in terms of "Schema Coaching" or "Systemic Schema Therapy“ that include schema or mode specific transactional processes between child and parent and shed a light on mutual reinforcement’s processes of child’s und parent’s maladaptive schemas. Last but not least the basic principles of ST-CA in groups are outlined.

    Children's Curriculum Workshop 1 ("Introductory WS"; 16 TU)

    The introductory workshop illuminates the formation and perpetuating model of maladaptive schemas against the background of age-specific developmental tasks, risk and protective temperamental factors. Related to the children’s age the 18 schemas described by Young are outlined with their typical child and adolescent appearance and coping strategies. Other topics include the multimodal diagnostic techniques (use of exploration, survey, imagery, case conceptualization) and explain the significance of the therapeutic relationship, psychoeducation and empathic confrontation.

    As an overview therapeutic strategies are demonstrated: Working with drawings and pictures, mode-based play therapy, working with stories, finger and hand puppets, small figurines, metaphors, chair work, imagery, templates, the use of flash cards and homework.

    An important part of the introductory workshop is to work with parents, which is also outlined in an overview. Contents are typical parental mode constellations, mode cycle flash cards, investigation of parental schemas and modes, and the practical implementation in mode work with parents (working with chairs, templates, wooden figures, drawings, etc.).

    Beside the introductory in schema theory the workshop offers many practical demonstrations by picture and video material, and small exercises allow the participants transferring the content into their own practice.

    Children's Curriculum Workshop 2 (three days, 24 TU)

    Focus: ST for Children and Adolescents (16 TU) and ST for Parents (8 TU)

    This workshop is based upon the content of the introductory workshop (WS 1), whose participation is a prerequisite for the immersion workshops (WS 2 to 3).

    This workshop is based upon the content of the introductory workshop (WS 1). The goal of this workshop is to learn the techniques of schema therapy with children and adolescents specifically. Additionally, there will be an introduction into the work with parents.

    After a brief connection with the schema theoretical introduction and sharing of some experiences in practice (WS 1), the focus will be laid on the features of the particular therapeutic relationship, including the concepts of limited reparenting, empathic confrontation and practical working with the special schema therapeutic techniques.

    Video examples and role-play in groups of two or three participants ensure the consolidation and deepening of what has been learnt. In particular, the content and methods are:

    • Working on close relationships with children and adolescents
    • Working with finger and hand puppets
    • Imagery
    • Use of flash cards and homework
    • Working with (stem) stories

    The first part of the parental work includes:

    • Therapeutic relationship with parents: "Limited Grand-Reparenting"
    • Investigation of parental resources, needs and family structures
    • Testing of questionnaires
    • Education of the schema and mode concept in the context of parenting with exercises in groups

    Beside the features of schema theory the workshop offers many practical demonstrations by picture and video material, and small exercises allow the participants transferring the content into their own practice.

    Children's Curriculum Workshop 3 (three days, 24 TU)

    Focus: ST for Parents (8 TU), Schema Therapeutic Case Conceptualization (8 TU), Group Schema-Therapy for Children and Adolescents (8 TU)

    This workshop is based upon the content of the introductory and immersion workshop (WS 1 and WS 2), whose participation is a prerequisite for this immersion workshop (WS 3).

    The goal of this workshop is to learn the techniques of schema therapy with parents (continuation of WS 2) and to apply the schematic therapeutic approaches to their own cases.

    After a brief connection with the theory of WS 1 und WS 2, the focus will be laid on the features of the work with parents including practical exercises. The parental mode work with chairs, finger puppets, templates, imagery, schema and mode flash card, internal dialogue and schema diary are the central point of the first day of WS 3.

    The second part of the parental work includes: (first part was in WS 2):

    • Creating a schematic therapeutic and systemic disturbance model
    • Adjustment of the parental schemas and modes
    • Mode feedback among family members
    • Schema pedagogy approaches (working with caregivers, teachers and so on)
    • Collusion of schemas and modes among the therapist and the patient (child/parents)
    • Usage of parental Mode-Cycle-Clash-Cards

    Case Conceptualization: Case studies of the participants and role play in groups of two

    or three participants ensure the deepening of what has been learnt. After the case presentation in the plenary, participants work out in small groups the schema therapeutic case concept and treatment plan to this patient and his family. Based on already implemented schematic therapeutic treatment techniques progress and problems in the used interventions are discussed. In the last unit participants will learn, how to follow the schema therapeutic approaches in the context of self-awareness, self-disclosure and supervision groups.

    The following content will be covered in the second and third day of this workshop:

    • Illustration of the basic approach to case conceptualization
    • Conceptualization and treatment planning for their own cases
    • Schema therapeutic aspects of formal reporting to health insurance companies and planning schema therapeutic supervision, self-experience and certification

    Special problems in the therapy

    • Working on the "Inner House"
    • Mode-oriented play therapy.


    • 07 Sep 2017
    • 08 Sep 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Oslo, Norway

    HOW TO STRENGTHEN THE "HEATLHY ADULT" BY USING ACT & MINDFULLNESS 

    by Pierre Cousineau, PhD

    How to Strengthen the “Healthy Adult Mode” by Using ACT and Mindfulness is a workshop intended to give participants tools and knowledge for promoting the “Healthy Adult Mode» in their patients. The workshop will give participants opportunities to experience with themselves, and with others, exercises aimed to develop and nourish presence, flexibility, and compassion into the “Healthy Adult Mode”.

    The «Healthy Adult» is defined by Jeffrey Young as a «healthy, adult part of oneself that serves an «executive» function relative to the other modes.» The «Healthy Adult» helps meet the child’s basic emotional needs. Like a good parent, the «Healthy Adult» serves the following three basic functions: 1) Nurtures, accepts, and protects the Vulnerable Child, 2) Uses constructively the Angry Child and sets limits to the Impulsive/Undisciplined Child, in accord with the principles of reciprocity and self-discipline, 3) Confronts or moderates the maladaptive coping and dysfunctional parent modes.

    ACT and Mindfulness are paradigm shifts that have become increasingly popular in the Western world. They counterbalance an excessive tendency to rely solely on willpower to change things. The “Healthy Adult” part of patients will gain from such contributions applied in a compassionate framework.

    Objectives 

     1. Participants will learn and experience ways of applying ACT and Mindfulness in order to promote the “Healthy Adult Mode” in their patients. 

     2. Participants will learn ways to apply those same techniques onto themselves in order to further the “Healthy Adult” part of their therapist mode.

     3. Participants will get a glimpse into a memory reconsolidating technique.


    Date 

    07. - 08. September 2017


    Venue

    NFKT - Pilestredet 75c, Oslo


    Registration and fees

    Registration fee: 4. 000 NOK

    Registration includes participation in all sessions, workshop handouts, and coffee/fruit break each day. For registration and further information about the seminar, please see www.psykologbehandling.no or contact Erlend Aschehoug at erlend@psykologbehandling.no

    Registration deadline is 15. August 2017

    Agenda Thursday 07. September 2017

    09.30 - 10.00: Registration

    10.00 - 11.30: Schemas and Implicit Memory.

    11.30 - 12.30: Lunch

    12.30 - 14.30: Looking Mindfully at schemas, maladaptive coping styles and dysfunctional parental modes.

    14.30 - 15.00: Break

    15.00 - 17.00: Narratives and the sense of self


    Agenda Friday 08. september 2017

    08.30 - 09.00: Registration

    09.00 - 11.30: The Mindful Flash Card.

    11.30 - 12.30: Lunch

    12.30 - 14.30: Integration of ACT’s basic principles.

    14.30 - 15.00: Break

    15.00 - 16.00: A glimpse into memory reconsolidation / Conclusion.



    Pierre Cousineau, PhD is an experienced psychotherapist. Forty years as a clinical psychologist in private practice and mental health centres. In the last 20 years, he has been giving conferences and workshops in Canada and in other French speaking countries (Europa, Africa). He is also supervising many psychotherapists. His preferences have always been for integrative approach. He is a certified Schema therapist, but has integrated Mindfulness and ACT strategies to schema work. He presented twice on this subject in ISST international Meetings. Lately, he has been adding promising memory reconsolidating techniques to schema work (from Coherence Therapy). He has published papers (mainly in French), and has written a chapter on this issue in the Wiley – Blackwell Handbook of Schema Therapy. He has translated and supervised translations of questionnaires and books on Schema Therapy and ACT.


    • 15 Sep 2017
    • 16 Sep 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Brooklyn, New York, 11218

    Center for Raising Adolescents and Youth, C.R.A.Y. presents

    Schema Therapy for Children & Adolescent 

    by Dr. Christof Loose

    Originator of Child / Adolescent Schema Therapy

    September 15 & 16, 2017

    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Lunch: 1-2 PM

    Location: 279 Windsor Place bet. 11th Ave and Prospect Park Southwest, Ground Floor - Brooklyn, New York 11218

    This workshop builds upon the content of Workshop 1. Attendance in WS 1 is not a prerequisite for WS 2. After a brief review of Schema Therapy theory and sharing some experiences in practice, the focus will be on the features of the therapeutic relationship, including the concept of limited reparenting and empathic confrontation, as well as the practical application of Schema Therapy techniques. Videos, life demonstrations and role plays in groups of two or three participants will ensure the consolidation and deepening of participants' understanding of the material. 


    Dr. Christof Loose, International Society of Schema Therapy Certified Supervisor and Trained originated Child / Adolescent Schema Therapy with his colleagues, Peter Graf and Dr. Gerhard Zarbock to help dysregulated children from infancy through adolescence and their caregivers and families. He is one of the originators of the Child / Adolescent Schema Therapy Training and Certification Program and is the Chair of the Working Group in C/A Schema Therapy in the ISST. Dr. Loose works at the Heinrich Heine University, Institute of Experimental Psychology, Department of Clinical Psychology and in private practice in Dusseldorf, Germany. He is the editor and author of C/A Schema Therapy books and the creator of Video-Learning (DVD) in Germany. Dr. Loose conducts workshops and seminars in Child/Adolescent schema therapy worldwide. 

    Fee: 350 USD

    Graduate Students and Residents: 175 USD

    Please contact Marsha Blank for registration, payment, and travel directions at: Marsha Blank

    • 22 Sep 2017
    • (EDT)
    • Linlithgow (near Edinburgh)

    "My Schemas and Me: How to Increase Self Awareness, Resilience & Improve Therapeutic Outcomes"

    Date -   September 22nd , 2017
    Venue – Linlithgow (near Edinburgh)
    CPD - 7 hours of active CPD

    How do our own schemas effect our work and the way we manage our stress levels? What actions can we as clinicians take to manage burnout, fatigue and improve work satisfaction? This workshop will be centred around the recent evidence base in this area (including a large international study we conducted on this topic) and will give participants the opportunity to learn about the latest research findings on the schemas and modes which predict burnout and resilience amongst mental health professionals.  The following topics will be covered:

    Identifying schemas in your family of origin and how they may influence your work
    Stuck points and difficulties encountered in therapy - how are your schemas involved?
    Identifying triggers for your schemas in the work setting.
    Identifying your own coping modes, and building a more resilient Healthy Adult self in the work setting.
    Experiential exercises linked to schemas that have been shown to predict burnout, including role-play.
    Explore ways of changing work environments to build trust and resilience, whilst counteracting schema activation.
    Psychologists and other psychotherapists are at considerable risk of burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma.  This workshop is based on recent research with over 400 participants that explored the schemas and modes that predict burnout and those that are most closely linked with resilience.  Findings indicate that schemas and coping modes are significantly associated with resilience and emotional exhaustion, indicating the potential benefit of resilience training or self-therapy for psychologists, focused on developing skills to manage their own schemas and modes.
    This workshop provides an opportunity for therapists to develop self-awareness into the effects of their own underlying schemas and modes in the work setting. Participants will be encouraged to examine their own schemas and the way in which these may interact with those of their clients, as well as their colleagues and work environments. Participants will learn about those schemas that interfere with their own well-being and quality of life whilst exploring ways of building their Healthy
    modes in the context of their own work environment.  The workshop will give participants an opportunity to reflect on how they can better take care of themselves and build resilience whilst drawing on the available research on this topic.
    Who is this workshop for?  This workshop is suitable for a range of professionals who practice psychotherapy, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, nurse therapists, and anyone working in mental health.
    Trainer: Dr. Susan Simpson, Clinical Psychologist.    Susan led the largest international study that has been carried out on the effects of schemas and modes on stress and burnout amongst clinical and counselling psychologists and trainee psychologists. Based on this data, several papers are currently being submitted for journal publication.

    For registration please visit www.schematherapyscotland.com


    • 22 Sep 2017
    • Tehran, Iran

    Schema therapy for trauma related disorders: Fine-tuning Imagery Rescripting

    Presented by


     
    Remco van der Wijngaart

    vice-president 

    International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST)

    22nd September 2017

    Tehran, Iran


    Please contact Dr. Amir Askari for further details by: dramiraskari@casmh.org

    Language: English with Farsi translation


    Schema therapy for trauma related disorders usually refers to personality disorders or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This workshop focusses on schema therapy for traumatic early childhood memories with the use of Imagery rescripting. Imagery rescripting is generally regarded as one of the most effective techniques within schema therapy. It is also an effective stand alone treatment for PTSD. However, it is often difficult to apply this technique. For instance, therapists are regularly faced with challenging situations in which, for example, the client says 'I have no memories of my childhood' or 'I don't want to dredge up those old memories, what would be the point of that?'. Furthermore, patients have often been so damaged by their childhoods that childhood memories are very emotionally charged. As a result, therapists are inhibited from using imagery to bring back images from that charged past for fear of decompensation.

    This workshop aims to make therapists more proficient in applying imagery rescripting. Existing skills will be refined and challenging situations discussed and practised. During the workshop, use will be made of recently developed teaching materials specifically focused on imagery exercises and based on the most recent insights and experiences of this method. Specialist fields of application will also be discussed, such as imagery rescripting in flash-forwards and nightmares.

    The workshop is aimed at therapists who are already working with Imagery Rescripting and who wish to increase their skills and the effectiveness of this intervention.

    The objective is that this day should be an enjoyable, educational experience involving a lot of practice within a secure atmosphere, in order to enable the therapists to apply Imagery rescripting more often and more effectively.

     About the presenter:

    Remco van der Wijngaart works as a psychotherapist in a private practice in Maastricht, the Netherlands.  Initially trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, he was trained and supervised in Schema Therapy personally by Dr Jeffrey Young from 1996 till 2000. Remco specializes in borderline patients, patients with cluster C personality disorders as well as Anxiety and depressive disorders.

    Since 2000 he frequently has been given training courses in Schema Therapy worldwide. He produced and directed the DVD series “Schema therapy, working with modes” which is considered to be one of the essential instruments in learning schema therapy. In 2016 he published 2 new DVD series “Fine Tuning Imagery Rescripting” and “Schema therapy for the Avoidant, Dependent and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder”. 

    • 05 Oct 2017
    • 07 Oct 2017
    • Edinburgh, Scotland

    SCHEMA THERAPY: BEYOND THE BASICS 

    by Susan Simpson 

    This workshop will assist those with some background in Schema Therapy in developing and fine-tuning skills. The workshop will also specifically look at the implementation of treatment for Borderline Personality disorder,  as well as other personality disorders, including Narcissism. Clients will have extensive opportunity to practice experiential exercises such as imagery & chairwork. In addition, time will be allocated to commonly experienced difficulties such as working with the detached protector and parent modes. For bookings, please visit www.schematherapytrainingscotland.com

    Email: simpsosg@gmail.com

    Website: www.schematherapytrainingscotland.com

    Location: Edinburgh, Scotland 

    Dates of Workshop: 5. - 7. October 2017

    About the Presenters: 

    Susan Simpson: Clinical Psychologist BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), DClinPsychol. Accredited Schema therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)

    Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience using schema therapy with complex clinical problems and personality disorders.  She has completed advanced certification as a trainer and supervisor both in Schema Therapy and Group Schema Therapy. In addition, she has completed training in chair-work; "shorter term" Schema Therapy; and couples’ schema work. Susan completed her advanced schema therapy training with Dr. Jeffrey Young, Dr. Gunilla Fosse (Norway) and Dutch Schema therapy trainers (including A. Arntz, M. Nadort, H. van Genderen, M. van Vreeswijk).  She has extensive experience in the application of the schema therapy model with complex adult difficulties, eating disorders and personality disorders.  She has provided schema therapy workshops and supervision for psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals for over 10 years both within the public and private health settings. Susan runs schema therapy training workshops for ISST accreditation, as well as specialist workshops on schema therapy for eating disorders, and a schema therapy approach to preventing burnout in mental health professionals. Susan has published several research papers on schema therapy for complex eating disorders, and has presented her findings at numerous international conferences. Her current research projects are investigating the effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy for complex eating disorders; and the link between early maladaptive schemas and burnout amongst therapists. 

    Susan has practiced as a psychologist for over 16 years in the UK, mostly within NHS Scotland in Adult Mental Health, Liaison Psychiatry and Eating Disorder services. Following this, she spent 6 years as Senior Lecturer and Psychology Clinic Director at the University of South Australia, where she lectured on the postgraduate clinical psychology training program and provided schema therapy training across Australia for Schema Therapy Training Australia. She currently works in the field of Eating Disorders both in private practice and NHS Scotland, and continues to provide teaching and supervision in Schema Therapy across several countries. She continues as Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia.


    • 07 Oct 2017
    • 11 Mar 2018
    • 3 sessions
    • Bologna, Italy

    Training in Schema Therapy per le coppie

    Guarire una relazione: coinvolgere il partner nel percorso in Schema Therapy e lavorare con la coppia

    Il modello della Schema Therapy illustra in che modo i bisogni primari non soddisfatti determinano la formazione di schemi maladattivi e di comportamenti di coping. Sfortunatamente, la “chimica” tra gli schemi svolge un ruolo importante nella scelta del partner. Finiamo così per trovarci a interpretare quegli stessi ruoli complementari a cui ci eravamo abituati durante l’infanzia; di conseguenza, ci scontriamo con il partner “associandolo a quelli che, in passato, erano i nostri altri signi cativi” i “pulsanti emotivi” di ognuno vengono premuti reciprocamente, dando luogo a un’escalation del ciclo dei mode.

    Diversamente da molti altri approcci di terapia di coppia, la Schema Therapy non implica unicamente il lavoro con la coppia, ma prevede anche una serie di sedute individuali nell’ambito di un programma di trattamento speci co per ciascun partner. Ma non è tutto: è altresì possibile iniziare a lavorare

    con un unico partner per poi coinvolgere l’altro in un momento successivo, in misura più o meno limitata. Molti dei pazienti che seguiamo individualmente sono, infatti, parte di una coppia: includere il partner all’interno del percorso terapeutico comincia nel momento stesso in cui al paziente viene chiesto di pensare a lui/lei durante la terapia. La Schema Therapy è molto essibile a tal riguardo. Tuttavia, creare un equilibrio tra le diverse relazioni è una questione spinosa. Il training affronta entrambi gli scenari possibili: iniziare con un solo partner e coinvolgere l’altro successivamente o iniziare a lavorare con la coppia sin dal principio. 

    I diversi moduli del training forniranno un quadro teorico e, grazie all’utilizzo di slide, video e dimostrazioni dal vivo, consentiranno ai partecipanti di comprendere il funzionamento del ciclo dei mode, nonché di analizzare le strategie mirate a cambiarlo, mediante il soddisfacimento dei bisogni primari frustrati, la riconnessione emotiva attraverso le tecniche immaginative e il dialogo tra i mode dell’Adulto Sano di ciascun partner. Attraverso una serie di esercizi di role-playing diadico sarà inoltre possibile imparare a riconoscere i diversi cicli dei mode, i dialoghi tra gli schemi e tra i mode, nonché apprendere l’utilizzo di dialoghi con le sedie volti a chiarire e porre ne alla comunicazione disfunzionale, rendendola funzionale. I tre moduli permetteranno ai partecipanti di acquisire i contenuti del percorso didattico in Schema Therapy per le coppie necessari per ottenere la certi cazione standard.

    Bibliogra a di riferimento:

    Atkinson, T. (2012). Schema Therapy for Couples: Healing Partners in a Relationship, In: van Vreeswijk M, Broersen J, Nadort M (eds). Handbook of Schema Therapy. Theory, Research and Practice. New York: Wiley, p. 323-336
    Simeone-DiFrancesco, C., Roediger, E., Stevens, B. (2015). Healing Relationships: Schema Therapy for Couples, Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. 


    DATE E ORARI

    I PARTE

    7 OTTOBRE

    dalle h 10 alle h 19

    8 OTTOBRE

    Dalle h 9 alle h 17

    LOCATION:

    Bologna

    DOCENTI:

    II PARTE

    10 FEBBRAIO

    dalle h 10 alle h 19

    11 FEBBRAIO

    Dalle h 9 alle h 17

    III PARTE

    10 MARZO

    dalle h 10 alle h 19

    11 MARZO

    Dalle h 9 alle h 17

    Eckhard Roediger, Matias Valente

    QUOTA ISCRIZIONE:

    1.500 euro IVA inclusa

    1 rata: 600 al momento dell’iscrizione 2 rata: 300 entro il 30 settembre 2017 3 rata: 300 entro il 31 dicembre 2017 4 rata: 300 entro il 28 febbraio 2018

    In caso di rinuncia, comunicata per lettera raccomandata, entro 30 giugno 2017, è previsto il rimborso del 50% dell’importo versato. Decorso questo termine verrà trattenuta l’intera quota. Un’eventuale rinuncia a corso iniziato o con disdetta inviata con un anticipo di 15 giorni rispetto alla data della prima lezione del Training, non esime dall’obbligo di pagamento dell’intera quota del Training. 


    FOR FULL INFORMATION SEE THE BROCHURE


    • 09 Oct 2017
    • 11 Oct 2017
    • BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE

    Workshop 1: Foundations of Schema Therapy with Complex Cases

    (3 days, 9th – 11th October 2017, £510)

    ·       Assessing and formulating complex cases in terms of schemas and modes

    ·       Limited reparenting and empathic confrontation

    ·       Imagery for schema healing and behavioural change

    ·       Chair work to combat maladaptive schema modes

    ·       Structure and style of Schema Therapy

    ·       Healing therapist schemas and the therapy relationship

    ·       Working effectively with endings



    About the program

    Schema Therapy Associates run an ISST approved Training Programme comprising of four workshops, delivered over two blocks of time (9th – 11th October and 26th February – 1st March). Their workshops can be also taken individually for CPD purposes. They are passionate about their trainees feeling skilled and confident in Schema Therapy, so each course is tailored to maximise your learning, with a balance of teaching, expert demonstration, experiential work and role play.  Their workshops receive consistently high feedback (4.5/5, n = 370):

    What did you like about this course? – Damned near everything! Content, method of delivery & attitude of presenters was great.

     So, so good... Loads to learn and apply. I really liked the balance between theory, demonstrations and practical exercises. You brought [the model] to life, I feel I can now apply this to my work

     Excellent facilitators, inspiring therapists.

     ... my confidence in the model jumped up and I’m brimming with new theory and techniques to use right away.

    Workshops are held at the BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE.

    Tara and Gill are Clinical Psychologists with a background in the NHS, and were trained in Schema Therapy by Jeffrey Young.

    Learn more at: http://www.schematherapyassociates.com

    • 09 Oct 2017
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+01:00)
    • 11 Oct 2017
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, EC2A 4UE, London, UK

    Module 1: Schema Therapy with Complex Cases (3 days, £510)

    9th-11th October, 2017, London: BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, EC2A 4UE.

    This module provides teaching, expert demonstrations, experiential and role play work on:

    •   Assessing and formulating complex cases in terms of schemas, coping styles and modes

    •   Limited reparenting

    •   Empathic confrontation

    •   Imagery for assessment, schema healing and behavioural change

    •   Chair work for combatting maladaptive schema modes

    •   The structure and style of Schema Therapy

    •   Working effectively with endings

    Email: bookings@schematherapyassociates.com

    Register at:

    www.schematherapyassociates.com/training/workshops/

    Bio information on the presenters:

    Dr Gill Heath & Dr Tara Cutland Green are experienced Clinical Psychologists, having worked in a variety of adult NHS and private settings in the UK and abroad.

    They have substantial experience of treating a range of Axis I and II problems, as well as supervising other therapists working with these issues. Gill and Tara are accredited as Advanced Level Schema Therapists, supervisors and trainers with the ISST and originally trained with Jeff Young. They run an ISST approved certification training programme, leading to accreditation as a Schema Therapist. They are members of the ISST Training and Certification committee and together, they co-authored a chapter on Schema Therapy in the The Handbook of Adult Clinical Psychology - An Evidence Based Practice Approach (Routledge, 2nd Edition, 2016, Edited by Alan Carr & Muirreann McNulty). They have also recently produced a comprehensive video training resource www.schematherapytoolkit.com.


    • 20 Oct 2017
    • Tehran, Iran

    1-day-WS in Iran:

    Schema Therapy for Children & Adolescents

     (ST-CA)


    Tehran, Iran

    20th of October 2017

    Presented by 


    Christof Loose, PhD

    Please contact Dr. Amir Askari for details by emailing: dramiraskari@casmh.org

    LANGUAGE: English with Farsi translation

    Schema Therapy (ST) developed by Jeffrey Young is an enhancement and development of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and particularly integrates emotions, but also developmental aspects centrally in their diagnostic and therapeutic considerations. In addition, ST is based on a model of schemas, modes and the basic needs and "their fate" during the life course. Therefore, ST - in terms of technical and strategic variant of CBT – seems to be also and especially in the field of child and adolescent therapy particularly suited to generate action-guiding, diagnostic and therapeutic concepts.


    The St-CA concept was developed by a German working group around Christof Loose, Peter Graaf und Gerhard Zarbock.

    The workshop illuminates the formation and perpetuating model of maladaptive schemas. Related to the children’s age few examples of the 18 schemas described by Young are outlined with their typical child and adolescent appearance and coping strategies. Other topics include the multimodal diagnostic techniques (use of exploration, case conceptualization) and explain the significance of the therapeutic relationship, psychoeducation and empathic confrontation.

    As an overview therapeutic strategies are demonstrated: Working with drawings and pictures, working with finger and hand puppets, metaphors, chair work, mode-based play therapy, imagery, and the use of audio flash cards.

    An additional part of the workshop is the work with parents, called “Schema-Coaching for Parents”, which is also outlined in an overview.

    Beside the introductory in schema theory the workshop offers practical demonstrations by picture and video material, and small exercises allow the participants transferring the content into their own practice.

    This is the first workshop in ST-CA in Iran, organized by Dr. Amir Askari, Center for Advanced Studies in Mental Health, Tehran, Iran.

    Website: www.casmh.org.  



    ​About the Presenters: 

    Bio: Christof Loose, PhD., works at the Institute of Experimental Psychology, Department of Clinical Psychology, and in his own Private Practice in Dusseldorf, Germany. He is certified in ST-CA, the chair of the Working Group ST-CA (ISST e.V.), editor and author of ST-CA books and Video-Learning (DVD) in Germany. He conducts workshops and seminars in ST-CA worldwide.

    Website: www.schematherapy-for-children.de ; Email: contact@schematherapy-for-children.de

    • 26 Oct 2017
    • 28 Oct 2017
    • Windsor, England
    ‘Schema Therapy: Beyond the Basics’
     
    Presenters: Astrid Ingham Brooke and Susan Simpson
    Location: Windsor, England
    Date of Workshop: 26th, 27th, 28th October, 2017
    Details of Workshop: This workshop will assist those with some background in Schema Therapy in developing and fine-tuning skills. The workshop will also specifically look at the implementation of treatment for Borderline Personality disorder,  as well as other personality disorders, including Narcissism. Clients will have extensive opportunity to practice experiential exercises such as imagery & chairwork. In addition, time will be allocated to commonly experienced difficulties such as working with the detached protector and parent modes. For bookings, please visit www.schematherapygb.com
     
     
    Trainer Bios:
     
     
     
     
    Susan Simpson
    Clinical Psychologist BA(Hons), MPsych (Clin), DClinPsychol.
    Accredited Schema therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)
     
    Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience using schema therapy with complex clinical problems and personality disorders.  She has completed advanced certification as a trainer and supervisor both in Schema Therapy and Group Schema Therapy. In addition, she has completed training in chair-work; "shorter term" Schema Therapy; and couples’ schema work. Susan completed her advanced schema therapy training with Dr. Jeffrey Young, Dr. Gunilla Fosse (Norway) and Dutch Schema therapy trainers (including A. Arntz, M. Nadort, H. van Genderen, M. van Vreeswijk).  She has extensive experience in the application of the schema therapy model with complex adult difficulties, eating disorders and personality disorders.  She has provided schema therapy workshops and supervision for psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals for over 10 years both within the public and private health settings. Susan runs schema therapy training workshops for ISST accreditation, as well as specialist workshops on schema therapy for eating disorders, and a schema therapy approach to preventing burnout in mental health professionals. Susan has published several research papers on schema therapy for complex eating disorders, and has presented her findings at numerous international conferences. Her current research projects are investigating the effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy for complex eating disorders; and the link between early maladaptive schemas and burnout amongst therapists.
     
    Susan has practiced as a psychologist for over 16 years in the UK, mostly within NHS Scotland in Adult Mental Health, Liaison Psychiatry and Eating Disorder services. Following this, she spent 6 years as Senior Lecturer and Psychology Clinic Director at the University of South Australia, where she lectured on the postgraduate clinical psychology training program and provided schema therapy training across Australia for Schema Therapy Training Australia. She currently works in the field of Eating Disorders both in private practice and NHS Scotland, and continues to provide teaching and supervision in Schema Therapy across several countries. She continues as Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia.
     
     
     
    Clinical Psychologist CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, MSc, MA, BA
    Accredited Schema Therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)
     
    Astrid Ingham Brooke is a Clinical Psychologist with over 35 years of clinical practice in Australia and the UK.    Before becoming a Schema Therapist, Astrid was originally trained in CBT, alongside a range of other approaches including clinical hypnosis and EMDR.   
     
    Astrid has worked in the field of trauma for over 26 years.   She trained to work with simple trauma in 1990 and provided specialist treatments in private and public sectors in Australia.    On her return to the UK, Astrid has worked with complex trauma and personality disorders and was trained in Schema Therapy by Arnoud Arntz, Marjon Nadort, Hannie van Genderen, Vartouhi Ohanian. Jeffrey Young, and Scott Kellogg.   She has also received comprehensive training in Group Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder with Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw.
     
    Astrid is accredited with ISST as a trainer and supervisor, and has experience of providing supervision to psychologists and other mental health professionals.  Astrid has a specialist interest  in working with dissociative disorders, and particularly Dissociative Identity Disorder.   She also enjoys supporting new Schema Therapists as they develop and broaden their skills.   Astrid has worked for many years in the NHS.   Currently she works as an independent practitioner in Windsor where she provides psychological therapy, supervision and training.
     
    • 26 Oct 2017
    • 28 Oct 2017
    • Windsor, England

    SCHEMA THERAPY: BEYOND THE BASICS 

    by Susan Simpson & Astrid Ingham Brooke 

    This workshop will assist those with some background in Schema Therapy in developing and fine-tuning skills. The workshop will also specifically look at the implementation of treatment for Borderline Personality disorder,  as well as other personality disorders, including Narcissism. Clients will have extensive opportunity to practice experiential exercises such as imagery & chairwork. In addition, time will be allocated to commonly experienced difficulties such as working with the detached protector and parent modes. For bookings, please visit www.schematherapygb.com

    Email: info@schematherapygb.com

    Website: www.schematherapygb.com

    Location: Windsor, England

    Dates of Workshop: 26. - 28. October 2017

    About the Presenters: 

    Susan Simpson: Clinical Psychologist BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), DClinPsychol. Accredited Schema therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)

    Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience using schema therapy with complex clinical problems and personality disorders.  She has completed advanced certification as a trainer and supervisor both in Schema Therapy and Group Schema Therapy. In addition, she has completed training in chair-work; "shorter term" Schema Therapy; and couples’ schema work. Susan completed her advanced schema therapy training with Dr. Jeffrey Young, Dr. Gunilla Fosse (Norway) and Dutch Schema therapy trainers (including A. Arntz, M. Nadort, H. van Genderen, M. van Vreeswijk).  She has extensive experience in the application of the schema therapy model with complex adult difficulties, eating disorders and personality disorders.  She has provided schema therapy workshops and supervision for psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals for over 10 years both within the public and private health settings. Susan runs schema therapy training workshops for ISST accreditation, as well as specialist workshops on schema therapy for eating disorders, and a schema therapy approach to preventing burnout in mental health professionals. Susan has published several research papers on schema therapy for complex eating disorders, and has presented her findings at numerous international conferences. Her current research projects are investigating the effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy for complex eating disorders; and the link between early maladaptive schemas and burnout amongst therapists. 

    Susan has practiced as a psychologist for over 16 years in the UK, mostly within NHS Scotland in Adult Mental Health, Liaison Psychiatry and Eating Disorder services. Following this, she spent 6 years as Senior Lecturer and Psychology Clinic Director at the University of South Australia, where she lectured on the postgraduate clinical psychology training program and provided schema therapy training across Australia for Schema Therapy Training Australia. She currently works in the field of Eating Disorders both in private practice and NHS Scotland, and continues to provide teaching and supervision in Schema Therapy across several countries. She continues as Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia.

    Astrid Ingham Brooke: Clinical Psychologist CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, MSc, MA, BA; Accredited Schema Therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)

    Astrid Ingham Brooke is a Clinical Psychologist with over 35 years of clinical practice in Australia and the UK.    Before becoming a Schema Therapist, Astrid was originally trained in CBT, alongside a range of other approaches including clinical hypnosis and EMDR.  

    Astrid has worked in the field of trauma for over 26 years.  She trained to work with simple trauma in 1990 and provided specialist treatments in private and public sectors in Australia.    On her return to the UK, Astrid has worked with complex trauma and personality disorders and was trained in Schema Therapy by Arnoud Arntz, Marjon Nadort, Hannie van Genderen, Vartouhi Ohanian. Jeffrey Young, and Scott Kellogg.   She has also received comprehensive training in Group Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder with Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw. Astrid is accredited with ISST as a trainer and supervisor, and has experience of providing supervision to psychologists and other mental health professionals.  Astrid has a specialist interest  in working with dissociative disorders, and particularly Dissociative Identity Disorder.   She also enjoys supporting new Schema Therapists as they develop and broaden their skills.   Astrid has worked for many years in the NHS.   Currently she works as an independent practitioner in Windsor where she provides psychological therapy, supervision and training.


    • 26 Oct 2017
    • 28 Oct 2017
    • Australian Catholic University 115 VIctoria Street Fitzroy, Melbourne 3065 Australia

    Workshop 1:  3 Day Introduction to Group Schema Therapy:The Model and Method

    Joan Farrell, Ph.D., Ida Shaw, M.A. & Rita Younan, Ph.D.

    Schema Therapy Institute Australia

    Group Schema Therapy was developed by Farrell & Shaw (1994, 2012). The GST model integrates their original group work with Young’s individual Schema Therapy (ST)(2003) & the ST outcome research of Arntz (2009).  GST strategically uses the therapeutic factors of the group modality to catalyze the work of schema mode change. GST is a unique approach to ST that goes far beyond traditional group therapy models; furthermore, it does not simply incorporate individual ST interventions into a group format, rather, has developed new adaptations of ST interventions for the group modality. The central idea behind GST is that the group members, with the guidance of the therapists, create their own “family” in which they add sibling socialization to the reparenting the therapists provide. As part of this group corrective emotional process patients do imagery and roleplaying exercises in which they take on the roles of each group member’s various modes (e.g., the Detached Protector, the Healthy Adult, Punitive Parent) and ultimately heal them.  The experience of ST in a supportive, validating group can directly impact and heal key schemas such as, abandonment, defectiveness, emotional deprivation, social isolation and mistrust/abuse. Like individual ST, GST improves: stability of self, interpersonal relationships, social, family, and occupational functioning and quality of life. There is considerable research now supporting the effectiveness of the GST approach, including empirical validation from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) (Farrell & Shaw, 2009) and pilot studies conducted in the US, the Netherlands and in Germany (Reiss, Lieb, Arntz, Shaw & Farrell, 2013). These studies demonstrated very large positive effects from even a short group treatment of thirty sessions.

    GST was developed with BPD patients but like individual ST it is trans-diagnostic and adaptable to other personality disorders, complex trauma and other challenging populations as well as entrenched maladaptive schema and mode effects in any patients. The mode approach is an advantage of ST in the uncertain diagnostic time of DSMV.

    This 3 day workshop on the basics of Group Schema Therapy counts towards certification in Group Schema Therapy with the International Society for Schema Therapy. For costs and other information visit the website for Schema Therapy Institute Australia.

    • 27 Oct 2017
    • 28 Oct 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Frankfurt, Germany

    Frankfurt, October 27th and 28th, 2017

    Schematherapy Special

    with Remco van de Wijngaart (Maastricht, NL)


    Day 1: "Fine-tuning Imagery Rescripting" 

    Friday, Oct 27th 2017

    11:00 am to 6:30 pm


    Day 2: "Fine-tuning Mode Dialogues on Chairs"

    Saturday, Oct 28th 2017

    9:00 am to 4:30 pm


    Location: PTZ, Alt Niederursel 53, Frankfurt

    Cost: € 350 (incl. lunch and beverages)         

    Day 1: Fine-Tuning Imagery Rescripting: Together with Chris Hayes, Remco recorded video tapes with details how to apply Imagery Rescripting in various settings. They serve as a gold standard in this field. Both offered a workshop at the ISST-conference in Vienna that got the best feedback of all presented workshops. This is the first time Remco presents his skills in Germany, so don´t miss him!

    Day 2: Fine-tuning Mode Dialogues on Chairs: Beside Imagery Rescripting, Mode dialogues are the second major experiential technique used in Schematherapy. While Imagery works with the memories of interpersonal situations, Mode dialogues on multiple chairs enable us to lay out the inner world of a patient in the room, re-externalize self-representations and work with them. Enrolling into these two workshop days you will get an update on both techniques fueling your practical skills.

    Remco van de Vijngaart works as a psychotherapist in an outpatient clinic in Maastricht (NL) and is currently the Vice-President of the ISST. He offers workshops in many countries.

    Information and application:  office@schematherapie-frankfurt.de

    • 30 Oct 2017
    • 01 Nov 2017
    • Australian Catholic University 115 VIctoria Street Fitzroy, Melbourne 3065 Australia + Google Map

    Workshop 2:  Group Schema Therapy: Advanced Modules: Child Modes, Coping Modes, Critic Modes and the Healthy Modes

    Joan Farrell, Ph.D., Ida Shaw, M.A. & Rita Younan, Ph.D.

    Schema Therapy Institute Australia, 18 Credit hours

    This Advanced Master Class is intended for participants who have completed the Introduction to Group ST. It fulfills the advanced level training requirement for certification in Group ST by the International Society for Schema Therapy (ISST). Each six hour training day fulfills one of the module requirements for certification. Module one focuses on interventions to get through the Maladaptive Coping Modes: including the avoidant and overcompensating modes and mastery of group empathic confrontation interventions. Module two focuses on interventions for the Dysfunctional Parent modes and accessing the Healthy Adult mode. Module three focuses on interventions to reach and heal the Child Schema Modes including group imagery rescripting, playful interventions and limited reparenting by child mode. Each module consists of equal parts of didactic with demonstration and practice with observation and coaching. Although the interventions are discussed in terms of their application in Group ST, many are just as applicable to individual and participants report their effectiveness in their individual as well as group work. 

     Their second book The Schema Therapy Clinician’s Guide, Wiley 2014 provides an entire program of group and individual ST that is appropriate for brief 10-20 sessions or longer (1 year) outpatient and more intensive programs like inpatient and day therapy. It includes therapist scripts and handouts for 42 group sessions and 12 individual sessions. This ST program is adaptable for a variety of lengths and is transdiagnostic.

    This workshop is part of the curriculum for ISST certification in Group Schema Therapy. You will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion that can be used in the documentation required for that certification.

    For more information visit the Schema Therapy Institute Australia website.

    • 02 Nov 2017
    • 2:00 PM
    • 05 Nov 2017
    • 10:00 AM
    • Hotel Sorrento, Sorrento, Victoria, Australia

    SCHEMA THERAPY INSTITUTE AUSTRALIA PRESENTS: 

    A SELF-PRACTICE/SELF-REFLECTION WEEKEND RETREAT

    WITH JOAN FARRELL, Ph.D & IDA SHAW, M.A. Schema Therapy Institute Midwest - Indianapolis Center

    An important part of training for Schema Therapists is self-therapy to understand one’s own schemas and modes, the role they play in being a schema therapist and the impact of patients’ in triggering schemas and modes. Such self-awareness is critical to the genuine, open presence required by ST’s limited reparenting model; this is particularly important for therapists conducting group ST, as the impact of a number of clients at the same time can amplify therapists’ reactions and just being in a group can have triggering effects related to one’s family of origin. Self-schema therapy has personal benefits as well in terms of self-awareness and healing for one’s Vulnerable Child mode.

    Joan & Ida spent two years as members of a self-therapy for therapists in their training and consider that experience critical to their understanding of themselves, their reactions when participating in a group and what clients experience. Participation in the workshop will add new interventions to use with clients and the deeper experience of ST from the “inside – out”. They believe that what one learns from this experience cannot be taught as effectively didactically, if at all. For that reason self-therapy in a group is a requirement for ISST Group Schema Therapy certification and this workshop fulfils that requirement. It can also be used to meet the three supervision hours credit allowed to meet individual ST certification supervision requirements. This day is appropriate for therapists new to ST and for those who are experienced with it.

    Joan & Ida have facilitated self-therapy groups for over 30 years leading to their book Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-practice/Self-reflection Workbook for Therapists, Guilford 2017.  The workshop begins with establishing safety and connection within the group and the agreement to keep confidential any personal material disclosed. Participants are encouraged to share as much or little content in the group as they feel comfortable with. They can choose to focus on a particular schema or mode issue that affects their personal or professional life or go into the day open to whatever experience they have. Just as they do with all groups, Joan & Ida assess the needs of the participants and plan the day’s work in collaboration with participants based upon the needs and modes present. The focus in the workshop is on experiential work including: exercises to identify maladaptive coping modes triggered in the group, awareness of the needs of your Vulnerable Child and self-care plans, further banishing work for the Demanding or Punitive Critic mode and evoking the Happy Child Mode to balance the hard work we do as therapists.

    For more information about the location, costs and registration visit the website for Schema Therapy Institute Australia, Dr. Rita Younan, Director click here.

    • 03 Nov 2017
    • 04 Nov 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Frankfurt, Germany

    Frankfurt, Nov 3rd and 4th, 2017

    Schematherapy Special

    with Paul Kasyanik & Elena Romanova (St. Petersburg)


    Day 1: "Experiential techniques in couples" 

    Friday, Nov 3rd 2017

    9:00 am to 6:00 pm


    Day 2: "Working with couples in groups"

    Saturday, Nov 4th 2017

    9:00 am to 4:00 pm


    Location: PTZ, Alt Niederursel 53, Frankfurt

    Cost: € 350 (incl. lunch and beverages)         

    Day 1: Experiential techniques in couples: They provide couples with a deeper understanding of “the schema chemistry”. Playful and involving exercises effectively provide corrective emotional experiences like “mutual reparenting” and couples imagery rescripting including role plays and elements of drama and art therapy.

    Day 2: Concept of working with couples in groups:  Protected intimacy of in-couple communication and interactive group exercises provide safe atmosphere and positive emotional energy facilitating more optimistic attitudes towards their partnership. This workshop presents the model basics with demonstrations of core interventions

    Paul Kasyanik and Elena Romanova are ISST certified trainers-supervisors and directors of the Schema Therapy Institute in Saint Petersburg. Elena is professor of Developmental Psychology at Saint-Petersburg State University and Paul is Chairman of the Psychology Department at Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University.

    Information and application:  office@schematherapie-frankfurt.de

    • 08 Nov 2017
    • 09 Nov 2017
    • Education Development Centre Hindmarsh SA

    Schema Therapy: Interventions to Overcome Common Obstacles in Treating Personality Disorder

    Joan Farrell, Ph.D., Schema Therapy Institute Midwest, Indianapolis  

    and Nicola Kenney, MSW,  Schema Therapy Academy of Australia

    This 2-day Master Class with Joan Farrell. PhD and Nicola Kenney, MSW, is suitable for Schema Therapists at all levels and clinicians who have some knowledge and experience in using the basic schema therapy model, and want to learn more about core schema therapy interventions to work with the issues presented by clients with personality disorders (e.g. Borderline PD, Avoidant PD, Narcissistic PD) and features of these disorders. Day 1 will specifically focus on impasses with clients and day 2 on the impasses these clients present for therapists.  Participants will learn ways to identify what the impasses are and help clients work though them. Interventions will include experiential work to connect and get through the resistance of dysfunctional coping styles, imagery rescripting and storytelling to introduce the Vulnerable Child Mode and mode role plays (aka schema mode chair work).  For impasses with therapists, exercises will be used from Joan and Ida's latest book: Learning Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-practice/Self-reflection Workbook for therapists (Guilford, expected in Dec 2017).

    Joan and Nicola are both ISST Advanced level Trainer-Supervisors in Individual Schema Therapy. This training can be counted toward the required curriculum for ISST certification in ST. If you are in a certification program, an ISST module certificate will be issued.

    For more information contact:

    Nikki Kenney – Schema Therapy Academy Australia

    http://www.schematherapyacademy.com/

    For more information and registration visit the website of STAA.

    • 08 Nov 2017
    • 13 Nov 2017
    • Education Development Centre Hindmarsh SA

    Child and Adolescent Schema Therapy: Hand Puppets, Imagery, and Mode Dialogues!  

    with Ida Shaw, Schema Therapy Institute Midwest - Indianapolis

    and Erin Bulluss & Rachel Samson, Centre for Schema Therapy Australia

    Part 1 of the ISST Certification Curriculum in Child-A dolescent Schema Therapy

    4 days - 28 CPD hours - 24 ISST credit hours

    Child and Adolescent Schema Therapy (ST-CA) is an innovative and integrative therapy for children and adolescents that significantly expands on traditional approaches.  Schema therapy integrates Cognitive-Behavioural, Attachment, Gestalt, Object Relations, and Emotion-focused schools with the research of Developmental Psychology into a richly unifying  evidence-based treatment model.
    ST-CA involves intensive work with the child and their caregivers with the aims to:

    • distinguish the differences between maladaptive behaviours and age appropriate behaviours
    • identify and validate the emotional needs of the child and help meet their needs through strengthening attachments and building adaptive coping strategies;
    • reduce and heal early maladaptive schemas and coping strategies by a strategic integration of Cognitive, Behavioural and Experiential interventions
    • educate and support caregivers in the recognition of the effects of their own schemas and modes on the children and adolescents under their care
    • help the caregivers connect to their own happy child mode to improve connection with the child
    • develop communication skills

    In this interactive workshop you will gain both a theoretical understanding of the ST model and practical skills in the application of Schema Therapy with children, adolescents, and their families. The workshop will teach participants to design developmentally appropriate approaches to implement experiential mode work with children and adolescents, including drawing, puppets, imagery, mode dialogues, imagery rescripting and story-telling.  The  approach of ST for  engaging caregivers and wider family and educational systems in treatment is also covered. Attendees will each receive a Little STAA ST-CA Resource Starter Kit containing a variety of materials to encourage creative implementation of schema therapy with individuals across the lifespan. Supervision and the rest of the C-A certification curriculum will be discussed snd arrangements made for you to work with one of the ISST approved supervisors of our programs via Skype or in person. Both individual and group supervision options are avavailable to meet the ISST requirements of 20 hours for standard level and 40 hours for advanced level certification.

    For more info and registration see our website

    or email us.

    • 09 Nov 2017
    • 10 Nov 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Oslo, Norway

    Difficult Therapy Situations - The Concept of the "Sphere of Emotional Resonance" 

    by Lukas Nissen

    Basis of this workshop is the fact that difficult therapy situations evolve, when the therapist, triggered by incidents within the therapeutic relationship, flips into a state of disintegration (maladaptive schemas and modes) and automatically/unintentionally engages in dysfunctional coping behaviour, which, in turn, amplifies dysfunctional mechanisms with the patient.

    By means of the concept of the „sphere of emotional resonance“, situations like this are analyzed and worked through with the goal of effecting a reassurance and better integration of the therapist, which allows him/her to encounter the patient in a more open way, being able again to esteem the patients needs more freely. Exercises in the sphere of emotional resonance imply mainly the mindful perception of body signals, coping mechanisms and felt threats, as well as the classification of alarm reactions within the life history.

    Another most important element of the exercises implies the compassionate validation of all the feelings and impulses that arise during the alarm reaction.

    Objectives

    • Participants will be introduced theoretically to the concept of the sphere of emotional resonance and have the occasion to work through their own difficult therapy situations by doing practical exercises.


    Date

    09. - 10. November 2017


    Venue

    NFKT

    Pilestredet 75c

    Oslo


    Registration and fees

    Registration fee: 4. 000 NOK

    Registration includes participation in all sessions, workshop handouts, and coffee/fruit break each day. For registration and further information about the seminar, please see www.psykologbehandling.no or contact Erlend Aschehoug at erlend@psykologbehandling.no

    Registration deadline is 15. October 2017


    Agenda Thursday 09. November 2017

    09.30 - 10.00: Registration

    10.00 - 11.15: Introductory Lecture: The concept of the „sphere of emotional resonance (SER)“

    11.15 - 11.45: Experiential warm-up: Imagery exercise of a difficult therapy situation

    11.45 - 12.00: Collecting several difficult therapy situations to work on after lunch break

    12.00 - 13.00: Lunch

    13.00 - 14.00: Demonstration: working through a difficult therapy situation with one of the trainees

    14.00 - 14.45: Explaining central interventions of the SER – the circle within the SER

    14.45 - 15.00: Pause

    15.00 - 15.45: Exercise: recognizing signs of alarm- and coping reactions in me and in others (nonverbal, paraverbal,verbal)

    15.45 - 16.30: Role play: giving feedback on alarm- and coping reactions


    Agenda Friday 10. November 2017

    09.00 - 09.30: Registration

    09.30 - 10.30: Demonstration: working through a difficult therapy situation with one of the trainees

    10.30 - 11.30: Exercise: guiding a colleague through the SER

    11.30 - 12.00: Repeating interventions that seemed difficult during the exercise

    12.00 - 13.00: Lunch

    13.00 - 13.30: Mindfulness exercise: body signals in me and others

    13.30 - 14.30: Demonstration: working through a difficult therapy situation with one of the trainees

    14.30 - 14.45: Time for questions

    14.45 - 15.00: Pause

    15.00 - 15.45: Exercise: doing psychoeducation with a colleague using the SER-model

    15.45 - 16.30: Exercise: guiding a colleague through the SER


    About the Presenter: 

    Before studying psychology and becoming a psychotherapist, Lukas Nissen absolved an acting school with the main focus on mime, body language and dance. This first formation reveals Lukas Nissen’s interest in everything that has to do with expression of feelings, intentions and thoughts through the body, an element that recurs in the development of the „sphere of emotional resonance“. Lukas Nissen works as a psychotherapist since almost 20 years, leads a curriculum for Schema Therapy in Basel, Switzerland and gives lectures and workshops in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Poland. Besides the treatment of patients, supervision and self-therapy of therapists is an important field of work for Lukas Nissen.



    • 16 Nov 2017
    • 18 Nov 2017
    • Edinburgh, Scotland

    SCHEMA THERAPY: THE MODEL, METHODS & TECHNIQUES 

    by Susan Simpson 

    This workshop will help attendees gain a thorough understanding of the Schema Therapy model and provide an extensive platform for learning new skills and techniques used in Schema Therapy.  The workshop will address both the schema and mode models. The training is skills based, with multiple opportunities to learn complex techniques for working with difficult-to-treat clinical populations. The training will centre around Cluster B and C personality disorders, with a particular focus on Borderline Personality Disorder and its treatment

    If you have attended 1 or 2 day workshops in the past, this workshop will build on what you have learned, providing a good platform for learning and practicing skills, as well as direct coaching of skills, in order to build therapist confidence in schema mode work. We aim to have 1 presenter for every 12-16 attendees, allowing participants to have optimum coaching, observation and adequate supervision of skills- places are limited. For bookings, please visit www.schematherapytrainingscotland.com

    Email: simpsosg@gmail.com

    Website: www.schematherapytrainingscotland.com

    Location: Edinburgh, Scotland 

    Dates of Workshop: 16. - 18. November 2017

    About the Presenters: 

    Susan Simpson: Clinical Psychologist BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), DClinPsychol. Accredited Schema therapist & Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy)

    Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience using schema therapy with complex clinical problems and personality disorders.  She has completed advanced certification as a trainer and supervisor both in Schema Therapy and Group Schema Therapy. In addition, she has completed training in chair-work; "shorter term" Schema Therapy; and couples’ schema work. Susan completed her advanced schema therapy training with Dr. Jeffrey Young, Dr. Gunilla Fosse (Norway) and Dutch Schema therapy trainers (including A. Arntz, M. Nadort, H. van Genderen, M. van Vreeswijk).  She has extensive experience in the application of the schema therapy model with complex adult difficulties, eating disorders and personality disorders.  She has provided schema therapy workshops and supervision for psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals for over 10 years both within the public and private health settings. Susan runs schema therapy training workshops for ISST accreditation, as well as specialist workshops on schema therapy for eating disorders, and a schema therapy approach to preventing burnout in mental health professionals. Susan has published several research papers on schema therapy for complex eating disorders, and has presented her findings at numerous international conferences. Her current research projects are investigating the effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy for complex eating disorders; and the link between early maladaptive schemas and burnout amongst therapists. 

    Susan has practiced as a psychologist for over 16 years in the UK, mostly within NHS Scotland in Adult Mental Health, Liaison Psychiatry and Eating Disorder services. Following this, she spent 6 years as Senior Lecturer and Psychology Clinic Director at the University of South Australia, where she lectured on the postgraduate clinical psychology training program and provided schema therapy training across Australia for Schema Therapy Training Australia. She currently works in the field of Eating Disorders both in private practice and NHS Scotland, and continues to provide teaching and supervision in Schema Therapy across several countries. She continues as Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia.


    • 26 Feb 2018
    • 27 Feb 2018
    • BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE

    Workshop 2a: Schema Therapy for Borderline Presentations 

    (2 days, 26th & 27th February 2018, £340) (2a, 2b and 2c together £630)

    ·       Conceptualising Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in schema modes

    ·       Research evidence for the effectiveness of Schema Therapy for BPD

    ·       Working with self-harm and suicide risk

    ·       Limited reparenting with different schemas and modes

    ·       Advanced imagery and chair work skills



    About the program

    Schema Therapy Associates run an ISST approved Training Programme comprising of four workshops, delivered over two blocks of time (9th – 11th October and 26th February – 1st March). Their workshops can be also taken individually for CPD purposes. They are passionate about their trainees feeling skilled and confident in Schema Therapy, so each course is tailored to maximise your learning, with a balance of teaching, expert demonstration, experiential work and role play.  Their workshops receive consistently high feedback (4.5/5, n = 370):

    What did you like about this course? – Damned near everything! Content, method of delivery & attitude of presenters was great.

     So, so good... Loads to learn and apply. I really liked the balance between theory, demonstrations and practical exercises. You brought [the model] to life, I feel I can now apply this to my work

     Excellent facilitators, inspiring therapists.

     ... my confidence in the model jumped up and I’m brimming with new theory and techniques to use right away.

    Workshops are held at the BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE.

    Tara and Gill are Clinical Psychologists with a background in the NHS, and were trained in Schema Therapy by Jeffrey Young.

    Learn more at: http://www.schematherapyassociates.com

    • 28 Feb 2018
    • BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE

    Workshop 2b: Schema Therapy with Anxious, Avoidant, Dependent and OCPD presentations 

    (1 day, 28th February 2018, £180) (2b & 2c together £340)

    ·       Formulating Cluster C Personality Disorders in schema mode terms

    ·       Generating motivation for emotional connection and behavioural change

    ·       Overcoming mode based resistance to change

    ·       Reparenting and Healthy Adult work with fear, dependence and rigidity

    ·       Integrating mindfulness, joy and play to enable change

    ·       Working with Forensic Modes (optional opt-in teaching) 



    About the program

    Schema Therapy Associates run an ISST approved Training Programme comprising of four workshops, delivered over two blocks of time (9th – 11th October and 26th February – 1st March). Their workshops can be also taken individually for CPD purposes. They are passionate about their trainees feeling skilled and confident in Schema Therapy, so each course is tailored to maximise your learning, with a balance of teaching, expert demonstration, experiential work and role play.  Their workshops receive consistently high feedback (4.5/5, n = 370):

    What did you like about this course? – Damned near everything! Content, method of delivery & attitude of presenters was great.

     So, so good... Loads to learn and apply. I really liked the balance between theory, demonstrations and practical exercises. You brought [the model] to life, I feel I can now apply this to my work

     Excellent facilitators, inspiring therapists.

     ... my confidence in the model jumped up and I’m brimming with new theory and techniques to use right away.

    Workshops are held at the BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE.

    Tara and Gill are Clinical Psychologists with a background in the NHS, and were trained in Schema Therapy by Jeffrey Young.

    Learn more at: http://www.schematherapyassociates.com

    • 01 Mar 2018
    • BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE

    Workshop 2c: Schema Therapy: working with Narcissism

    (1 day, 1st March, 2018) (2b & 2c together £340)

    ·       Formulating narcissistic modes and engaging NPD clients

    ·       Using the therapy relationship for change

    ·       Eight micro-skills for working with over-compensation

    ·       Therapist schema activation and healing



    About the program

    Schema Therapy Associates run an ISST approved Training Programme comprising of four workshops, delivered over two blocks of time (9th – 11th October and 26th February – 1st March). Their workshops can be also taken individually for CPD purposes. They are passionate about their trainees feeling skilled and confident in Schema Therapy, so each course is tailored to maximise your learning, with a balance of teaching, expert demonstration, experiential work and role play.  Their workshops receive consistently high feedback (4.5/5, n = 370):

    What did you like about this course? – Damned near everything! Content, method of delivery & attitude of presenters was great.

     So, so good... Loads to learn and apply. I really liked the balance between theory, demonstrations and practical exercises. You brought [the model] to life, I feel I can now apply this to my work

     Excellent facilitators, inspiring therapists.

     ... my confidence in the model jumped up and I’m brimming with new theory and techniques to use right away.

    Workshops are held at the BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE.

    Tara and Gill are Clinical Psychologists with a background in the NHS, and were trained in Schema Therapy by Jeffrey Young.

    Learn more at: http://www.schematherapyassociates.com

Past events

12 Jul 2017 Schema Therapy: The Model, Methods & Techniques & Working with Complex Presentations by Dr. Arnie Reed in
26 Jun 2017 Schema Therapy: “The Model, Methods & Techniques” 3 day (introductory/intermediate workshop) by Susan Simpson
16 Jun 2017 Case Formulation in Schema Therapy for More Complex Clients by Dr Gitta Jacob
14 Jun 2017 Breaking Down the Wall: Schema Therapy in Forensic Settings with Dr Ulla Damgaard-Sørensen in London, UK
12 Jun 2017 Module 3: Schema Therapy skills and working with Narcissism & Anxious / Avoidant Personality Disorders with Gill Heath & Tara Cutland Green
12 Jun 2017 Module 3: Schema Therapy skills and working with Narcissism & Anxious / Avoidant Personality Disorders (2 days, £340.) with Gill Heath & Tara Cutland Green
08 Jun 2017 Transformational Chairwork by Scott Kellogg
08 Jun 2017 2017 ISST Summer School in Barcelona - Social Events Registration
08 Jun 2017 2017 ISST Summer School in Barcelona
02 Jun 2017 “Schema Therapy for Eating Disorders" 2-Day Workshop by Susan Simpson
03 May 2017 Group Schema Therapy Certification Curriculum with Ida Shaw, Joan Farrell & Erlend Aschehoug
27 Apr 2017 Schema Therapy: The Model, Methods & Techniques by Susan Simpson
21 Apr 2017 Live Webinar with Wendy Behary: Schema Therapy for Narcissism
21 Apr 2017 Group Schema Therapy Certification Training at Schema Therapy Institute London Spring/Summer 2017 with Dr Agnes Sullivan & Susanne Vind
19 Apr 2017 The First Module Training of Schema Therapy in Iran
06 Apr 2017 Schema Therapy for Couples with Bruce Stevens, Ph.D.
20 Mar 2017 ST-Children & Adolescents Certification Curriculum Workshop 1:Introduction with Ida Shaw
17 Mar 2017 Schema Therapy Certification Training at Schema Therapy Institute London Spring/Summer 2017 with Dr Agnes Sullivan & Susanne Vind
09 Mar 2017 Schema Therapy: The Model, Methods & Techniques by Susan Simpson & Astrid Ingham Brooke
06 Mar 2017 Module 2: Schema Therapy skills and working with Borderline Personality Disorder with Gill Heath & Tara Cutland Green
06 Mar 2017 Module 2: Schema Therapy skills and working with Borderline Personality Disorder (3 days, £510) with Gill Heath & Tara Cutland Green
23 Feb 2017 Schema Therapy: The Model, Methods & Techniques by Susan Simpson
10 Feb 2017 Empathic Confrontation by Friederike Vogel & Neele Reiss
03 Feb 2017 Personal Group Schema Therapy for Therapists with Michiel van Vreeswijk
02 Feb 2017 Workshop: Limited Reparenting in Schema Therapy: the Importance of Openness and Authenticity with Michiel van Vreeswijk
31 Jan 2017 Workshop: Mindfulness-Based Schema Therapy with Michiel van Vreeswijk
26 Jan 2017 Four-day intensive training in GROUP SCHEMA THERAPY
12 Dec 2016 ISST Special Interest Group on Trauma Monthly Meeting
12 Dec 2016 Schema therapy treatment for forensic patients (focus on Cluster B Personality Disorder) with Claudia Knörnschild
02 Dec 2016 Tagesseminar S6: „Schematherapie bei Störungen nach sexuellem Missbrauch“
25 Nov 2016 2. Netzwerktreffen forensischer Schematherapeutinnen und Schematherapeuten mit Pre-conference Workshop by Claudia Knörnschild (on 23.-24.11.16) in Köln, Germany
24 Nov 2016 "When CBT Fails: Schema Therapy for Chronic Axis 1 Disorders" with Adrianna Giotta & Robert Brockman
21 Nov 2016 Level 2 Schema Therapy Practitioner Training "Beyond the Basics" with Adriana Giotta & Robert Brockman
14 Nov 2016 Schema Couples Therapy Special Interest Group Meeting
07 Nov 2016 Module 1: Schema Therapy with Complex Cases with Gill Heath & Tara Cutland Green
05 Nov 2016 Tagesseminar S14: „Training emotionsaktivierender Techniken, Schwerpunkt Imagination“
05 Nov 2016 "Schema therapy with complex cases. Working with BPD and NPD presentations" with Arnie Reed
05 Nov 2016 "Module I: International training and certification program in Schema Τherapy" with Dr Christina Vallianatou and Dr Tijana Mirovic
04 Nov 2016 International Training & Certification Program in Schema Therapy: Wendy Behary, Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
29 Oct 2016 Tagesseminar S13: “Schematherapie bei Essstörungen“
30 Sep 2016 Tagesseminar S8: “Umgang mit dem Distanzierten Beschützer“
23 Sep 2016 Tagesseminar S4: „Schematherapie bei Cluster-C-Persönlichkeitsstörungen“
17 Sep 2016 Schema Therapy with Children, Adolescents and Parents (ST-CA) with Christof Loose & Maria Galimzyanowa
16 Sep 2016 Advanced Skills Development Group Schema Therapy with Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw
12 Sep 2016 Advanced Training Group Schema Therapy with Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw
09 Sep 2016 Schema Therapy for Avoidant Coping Modes in Personality Disorders, Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders - Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
25 Jun 2016 Good Enough Parenting by John and Karen Louis
24 Jun 2016 Schema Therapy Summer School Two in St. Petersburg, Russia with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
18 Jun 2016 Schema therapy for couples with a narcissistic partner with Wendy Behary
17 Jun 2016 Schema Therapy for Narcissistic Personality Disorder with Wendy Behary
03 Jun 2016 Schema Therapy for Trauma Disorders with Remco van der Wijngaart
29 Apr 2016 Working with the therapeutic relationship and empathic confrontation in schema therapy with Neele Reiß and Friederike Vogel
15 Apr 2016 Difficult treatment situations for auxiliary therapists with Neele Reiß and Friederike Vogel
19 Mar 2016 Training in Schema Therapy for Couples with Travis Atkinson and Eckhard Roediger
14 Mar 2016 Case conceptualization and schema therapy treatment for the forensic patients (focus on Cluster B Personality Disorder) with Claudia Knörnschild
07 Mar 2016 Group Schema Therapy Training London with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
04 Mar 2016 Overcoming Therapeutic Impasses in the Client or Therapist Using Schema Therapy Interventions with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
03 Mar 2016 Schema Therapy for Cluster-C Personality Disorders with Hannie van Genderen & Marleen Rijkeboer
19 Feb 2016 Schema Therapy Treatment Strategies with Neele Reiß and Friederike Vogel
06 Feb 2016 Individual Schema Therapy Training for ISST Certification - Part 2 with Farrell & Shaw
05 Feb 2016 A Day of Schema Therapy Self-Practice/Self-Reflection with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
31 Jan 2016 Advanced Training In Group Schema Therapy - Ida Shaw
27 Jan 2016 3 Day Advanced Training In Group Schema Therapy with Ida Shaw & Joan Farrell
21 Jan 2016 Introduction to Group Schema Therapy 3 Days with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
15 Jan 2016 Introduction to Schema Therapy with Neele Reiß and Friederike Vogel
12 Dec 2015 Supervision Workshop with Igor Nenadic
12 Dec 2015 Schema Therapy Basic Techniques III with Alp Karaosmanoğlu
05 Dec 2015 Advanced Methods: Empathic Confrontation in Schema Therapy with Neele Reiß and Friederike Vogel
04 Dec 2015 Advanced Skills Development in Group Schema Therapy with Ida Shaw & Joan Farrell
30 Nov 2015 Group Schema Therapy for Adolescents: 3 Day Training Ida Shaw & Maria Galimzyanova
14 Nov 2015 Supervision Workshop with Nadine Scheld
14 Nov 2015 Schema Therapy Basic Techniques II (ISST Certified)
13 Nov 2015 Tagesseminar S11: „Achtsamkeit und Mitgefühl - Strategien zur Stärkung von SchematherapeutInnen“
06 Nov 2015 Tagesseminar S1: “ST bei Narzisstischen Persönlichkeitsstörungen“
06 Nov 2015 Schema therapy for Cluster C Personality Disorders with Friederike Vogel and Katharina Schmidt
30 Oct 2015 Self Therapy Workshop with Christoph Fuhrhans
23 Oct 2015 Healing Relationships: Schema Therapy and the Dynamic-Dimensional Mode Model for Treating Couples and Individuals by Eckhard Roediger
23 Oct 2015 Tagesseminar S8: “Den Distanzierten Beschützer umgehen“
21 Oct 2015 Level 1 Schema Therapy Practitioner Training by Robert Brockman
20 Oct 2015 Module 1: Schema Therapy with Complex Cases
10 Oct 2015 Advanced Methods: Imagery Rescripting with Irene Warnecke
05 Oct 2015 Case conceptualization and Schema Therapy treatment in the forensic patients with Claudia Knörnschild
03 Oct 2015 Supervision workshop with Katharina Schmidt
01 Oct 2015 Good Enough Parenting by John and Karen Louis
25 Sep 2015 The 6th Dutch Schema Therapy Society Congress: The Past, Present & Future
12 Sep 2015 Schema therapy basics and beyond: aggressive and anti-social clients with Jan Kossack
12 Sep 2015 Schema therapy supervision workshop with Nadine Scheld
12 Sep 2015 Advanced methods: skills development as a schema therapy supervisor with Friederike Vogel
11 Sep 2015 Trainer-supervisor workshop with Friederike Vogel
30 Aug 2015 Schema therapy for children, adolescents and parents with Christof Loose
20 Aug 2015 Transformational Chairwork with Scott Kellogg
25 Jun 2015 Tough Cases using Schema Therapy: Treating Violent, Addicted and Unmotivated Clients
20 Jun 2015 Self-Practice Self-Reflection Workshop with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw
12 Jun 2015 Empowering Therapists, Overcoming Obstacles with David P. Bernstein
11 Jun 2015 ISST Summer School 2015
05 Jun 2015 Advanced level Master Class in Group Schema Therapy-ISST Certification
04 Jun 2015 Module 3: Schema Therapy Skills and working with Narcissism & Anxious/Avoidant Personality Disorders
09 Apr 2015 Standard Level Group Schema Therapy (ISST Certified Training)
23 Mar 2015 Group Schema Therapy: Introduction and Advanced ISST Certification Training
23 Mar 2015 Dealing with Anger! Including Therapists Schema Activation
21 Mar 2015 How REAL Can We Be? Exploring Schema Therapist’s Boundaries and Self-Disclosure -SOLD OUT-
20 Mar 2015 Schema Therapy for Avoidant Coping Modes in Personality Disorders, Complex Trauma, and Dissociative Disorders
06 Mar 2015 2015 Schema Therapy Institutes of New York and New Jersey Certification Training Program
02 Mar 2015 The Model, Methods and Techniques
12 Jan 2015 Group Educational Consultation for Schema Therapy for Couples (ST-C) with Chiara DiFrancesco
01 Jun 1990 1990 Annual Meeting

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