JUNE 24 - 26, 2021 / WORLDWIDE
This new case conceptualization in Schema Therapy provides a visual mode map drawing, created collaboratively by the therapist and the client. This conceptualization specifies the client's presenting problems and their connections to the origins and the mechanisms maintain them by drawing a mode map. Collaboratively with the client each mode characteristics are explored and written on the board under a circle representing its dominance. Arrows are drawn between the different modes to illustrate their interrelations. Finally, by asking the client guided questions, the therapist elicits the mode changes that need to take place as therapy progresses and draws the therapy plan on the mode map. This new visual conceptualization tries to make Schema Therapy psychoeducation and conceptualization communicative, simple yet comprehensive. It also includes a new way of drawing collaboratively the therapy plan on the board. During the world pandemic time of COVID-19, this new case conceptualization is implemented very easily via online communication as well. Clients find this conceptualization very moving and see it as a turning point in the therapy course both online and in person meeting.
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International Society of Schema Therapy. (2018). A filled-in example, schema therapy case conceptualization form, 2ndEd., version 2.22. Retrieved April 13, 2018, from: https://schematherapysociety.org/New-Case-Conceptualization-Form-PDF.
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About the Presenters
Dr. Ofer Peled is a senior clinical psychologist, Co-Chair of ITA – The Israeli Association for CBT, branch of the EABCT; Lecturer in the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology at the College of Management Academic Studies; Director of 'The Schema Therapy Center Raanana, Israel'; Director of 'The CBT School – Individual, Family and Community Implementation' in Israel; His PhD dissertation was on change processes in Schema Therapy for clients diagnosed with avoidant personality disorder; Experienced lecturer and supervisor for CBT and ST in the leading training programs, universities and mental health centers in Israel.
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Why Schema Therapy?
Schema therapy has been extensively researched to effectively treat a wide variety of typically treatment resistant conditions, including Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Read our summary of the latest research comparing the dramatic results of schema therapy compared to other standard models of psychotherapy.