Irish Individual Schema Therapy Training Programme (Adult)
Venue: PSI Offices, Grantham House, Grantham Street, Dublin 8
This training in Individual Schema Therapy (ST) for Adults is aimed at clinical or counseling psychologists who work with adults with personality disorder related to complex childhood trauma. Of the 24 places available, preference will be given to those who intend to work towards either Standard or Advanced Certification as a Schema Therapist with ISST. Those wishing to attend must be:
The training will be held at the PSI Offices in Dublin and will be presented in three modules. Module 1 will include an overview of schemas, schema modes, schema assessment and formulation in the schema model. It will also focus on observing and practicing therapeutic techniques such as chair work and imagery rescripting. Module 2 will focus on schema mode work with those with borderline personality disorder. Module 3 will focus on schema mode work with other personality disorders. In all modules, in addition to didactic teaching, video presentation and live demonstrations, those attending will participate in experiential exercises to practice techniques.
Schema therapy is an integrated therapy comprising cognitive, Gestalt, attachment-based, object relations and behavioural components. The therapy was originally developed by Jeffrey Young for adults with personality difficulties related to childhood trauma who did not respond to CBT. At the heart of the treatment is the client’s unmet emotional needs from childhood and the maladaptive cognitive and emotional schemas or mental constructs related to these unmet needs. Through interview and completion of schema questionnaires, the therapist works with the client to collaboratively identify unmet childhood emotional needs and schemas to create a shared formulation. In a structured and systematic therapy of between 6 and 24 months, the therapist works to allow the client experience in the therapy relationship and in experiential exercises those needs being met, and to reflect on such experiences to allow schemas to change. Homework is set around generalizing this experience beyond the therapy relationship. Schema therapy has been shown to be highly effective in treating individuals with complex issues including Borderline Personality Disorder (Gieson-Boo et al, 2006) and with other personality disorders (Bamelis et al, 2014).
Dr. Muireann McNulty is an Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at University College Dublin, a Clinical Psychologist (C.Psychol. PsSI, C.Psychol. BPS), Psychotherapist (MIAHIP), and Advanced Certified Schema Therapist (MISST). She works with Schema Therapy in private practice with adults in Co. Dublin and supervises psychologists who are working towards ISST accreditation as schema therapists. She has provided CPD workshops on Schema Therapy to psychologists in Dublin, Belfast and Derry, and is director of the first accredited Irish Schema Therapy training programme.
Module 1: Overview of core ST concepts and techniques
PSI Offices, Grantham House, Grantham Street, Dublin 8.
PSI Members: €850.00
32 in total (4 per day)
TO SECURE A PLACE ON THE COURSE, please complete a booking form (with payment) at the top right of the page and email it to Muireann.firstname.lastname@example.org
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