JUNE 24 - 26, 2021 / WORLDWIDE
This workshop delves into the Soldier Mode, including how to identify it and work with it in the therapy room. We will review the Soldier Mode Model and then explore and understand each element of the Soldier Mode Model in more detail. We will discuss how the Soldier Mode impacts soldiers in and out of the military. Practical experiential exercises will be provided to assist you work with this mode.
Note: Whilst this workshop is focussed on the Army Soldier, it is transferrable to other arms of Defense and other emergency services.
About the Presenter
Megan is a Clinical Psychologist with 15 years experience. Megan operates her own private practice in Brisbane, QLD Australia. As an ex-serving soldier and military Psychologist, Megan has spent her career working with military personnel (current serving and ex-serving). Since obtaining her accreditation as an Advanced Individual Schema Therapist, Megan has developed a unique schema therapy approach when working with the “Soldier Mode”, which has resulted in improved clinical outcomes in this population in the therapy room. Megan presented on this topic at the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) Inspire conference in Amsterdam in May 2018. Megan is currently completing a PhD at Griffith University, QLD, Australia, to investigate the potential of a novel Schema Therapy group intervention to assist military personnel transitioning from the military.
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