JUNE 24 - 26, 2021 / WORLDWIDE
DAY 2 FRIDAY JUNE 25th
SEGMENT 3: 11.30 - 12.30
Online Therapy: Balancing Reparenting and Empathic Confrontation in a Dynamic and Safe Way
with Eckhard Roediger
Includes LIVE Questions and Answers
Balancing Limited Reparenting with Empathic Confrontation is one of the key concepts of Schematherapy and a significant contribution to behavior therapy in general. Using multiple chairs to sort parts of the client´s self out in order to work with them separately plays an important role in managing the therapy process. Working online makes chair dialogues more difficult and there is a certain inclination to end up in a “comfort zone” working face-to-face. This lecture first offers a clear conceptual framework of the therapy relationship and gives practical advice how to apply reparenting and empathic confrontation from an observer stance as well as on the chairs. The goal is keeping the intensity of the emotional work high and under a safe control at the same time under online conditions.
About the Presenter
Eckhard Roediger is a neurologist, psychiatrist and psychotherapist, trained in psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Previously, he was the director of a psychosomatic department of a clinic in Berlin. Since 2007, Eckhard has worked in his private practice, and is the Director of the Schema Therapy Training Center in Frankfurt. He served on the ISST Board since 2008, including as President (2014-2016), and ended as Treasurer in 2020.
Working on the conceptual background of Schema Therapy and its integration into Cognitive Behavior Therapy, couples therapy and integrating Mindfulness and ACT into Schema Therapy.
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