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FRIDAY MORNING SELECTIONS

FOR IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS



10.45 AM - 12.15 PM

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Symposium 1: Schema Therapy for Children & Adolescents

by Christof Loose, Lard Wockel, Melanie Acherman, Ursula Neumann, Martin Knollman, and Margitta KrahmerREAD MORE


Symposium 2: SafePath for Teams & Organizations 

by David Bernstein, Marjolein van Wijk-Herbrink, & Theodoor De Kraker  READ MORE

Symposium 4: New Developments in Schema Therapy Part 1

by Christopher Lee, Eskhol Rafaeli, Arnoud Arntz, & Duygu Yakin READ MORE


Round Table 1: Ethical Implications of Limited Reparenting 

by Poul Perris, Peregrine Kavros, and Lynda Parry  READ MORE

Round Table 2: Schema Therapy with Culture in Mind: Gender Issues in Schema Therapy Clinical Work 

by Offer Maurer & Nicole Manktelow  READ MORE

Skill Class 5: Interplay between Patient and Therapist Schemas and Mode Maps

by Galit Goren Gilad, and Itay Shuv-Ami  READ MORE


Case Presentation 2: Schema Therapy Dreamwork for Complex Trauma 

by Samantha Flores Reynoso, Astrid Ingram Brooke, & Jordi Cid   READ MORE


FRIDAY MORNING SELECTIONS

FOR VIRTUAL PARTICIPANTS

10.45 am - 12.15 Pm 

virtual participants may CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Case Presentation 1: Chair Work and the Four Dialogues

by Scott Kellogg & Eckhard, Roediger READ MORE



Skill Class 1: REINVENTING The Therapeutic Relationship in Supervision  F1SC1

by Zsolt Unoka  READ MORE


Skill Class 2New case conceptualization in Schema Therapy:  Mode map circles, their interrelations, and the therapy plan 

by Ofer Peled  READ MORE


Skill Class 4: Connect! 

by Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco and Amanda Walsh  READ MORE


Skill Class 6Introduction to the New Upcoming Schema Therapy Case Conceptualization 

by Jeff Conway, Poul Perris, & Vartouhi Ohanian  READ MORE


Skill Class 7: How to do it? Empathic Confrontation and creating corrective emotional experiences F2SC7

by Remco Van der Wijngaart & Hannie Van Genderen READ MORE

Round Table 3: Theoretical review of positive adaptive schemes and the implications in the therapeutic relationship

by Daniel Aurelio Ceballos Peña  READ MORE



FRIDAY MORNING OPTION 2: SKILLS CLASS (F1SC)

10.45 AM - 12.15 PM

Skill Class 1: REINVENTING The Therapeutic Relationship in Supervision  F1SC1

by Zsolt Unoka  READ MORE

Skill Class 2: New case conceptualization in Schema Therapy:  Mode map circles, their interrelations, and the therapy plan F1SC2

by Ofer Peled  READ MORE


Skill Class 4: Connect! F1SC4

by Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco and Amanda Walsh  READ MORE


Skill Class 5: Interplay between Patient and Therapist Schemas and Mode Maps

by Galit Goren Gilad, and Itay Shuv-Ami  READ MORE

10.45 am - 12.15 Pm 

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Symposium 1: ST for Children & Adolescents F1SP1

by Christof Loose, Lard Wockel, Melanie Acherman, Ursula Neumann, Martin Knollman, and Margitta KrahmerREAD MORE


Symposium 2: SafePath for Teams & Organizations 

by David Bernstein, Marjolein van Wijk-Herbrink, & Theodoor De Kraker  READ MORE


Symposium 4: New Developments in Schema Therapy Part 1

by Christopher Lee, Eskhol Rafaeli,Arnoud Arntz, & Duygu Yakin READ MORE


Round Table 1: Ethical Implications of Limited Reparenting F1RT1

by Poul Perris, Peregrine Kavros, and Lynda Parry  READ MORE


Round Table 2: Schema Therapy with Culture in Mind: Gender Issues in Schema Therapy Clinical Work F1RT2

by Offer Maurer & Nicole Manktelow  READ MORE

Round Table 3: Theoretical review of positive adaptive schemes and the implications in the therapeutic relationship F1RT3

by Daniel Aurelio Ceballos Peña  READ MORE


Case Presentation 1: Chair Work and the Four Dialogues 

by Scott Kellogg and Eckhard, Roediger READ MORE


Case Presentation 2: ST Dreamwork for Complex Trauma 

by Samantha Flores Reynoso, Astrid Ingram Brooke, & Jordi Cid   READ MORE


FRIDAY MORNING OPTION 3: HOT TOPICS (F1HT)

10.45 AM - 12.15 PM

HOT TOPIC SERIES: ATTEND the following SIX in-person

Session 1 - Early maladaptive schemas as predictors for depression severity and treatment response to an ambulant psychiatric rehabilitation programme

by Alexandra Schosser, Gabriele Riedl, Nicole Pritz, and Birgit SenftREAD MORE

Session 2A randomised controlled trial examining the impact of treating core schema memories with trauma focused therapy for individuals with depression 

by Chris Lee  READ MORE

Session 3 - Family Cohesion as a Mechanism Perpetuates Schemas and affects the perception of social support in the relationship between parental conflict and depression level

by Gizem Kavalci READ MORE

Session 4Early maladaptive schemas and psychopathology in a sample of health professionals compared to professionals in other fields 

by Samantha Flores Reynoso READ MORE

Session 5 Working With the sexualized child coping mode

 by Lisa Wright READ MORE

Session 6 The Role of Early Maladaptive Schemas and Coping Modes in Burnout Amongst Mental Health Nurses: A Replication Story

by Tanya Petersen, and Chris Harrop READ MORE

Symposium 3: Positive Schemas or EASs: Its Identification and Use in Clinical Settings 

by David Bernstein & John Louis  READ MORE


Symposium 4: Cross Cultural Issues related to Schemas and Modes among Iranian Society 

by Amir Askari, Golafrooz Gholamy, & Nazanin Honarparan  READ MORE


Case Presentation 2: ST Dreamwork for Complex Trauma 

by Samantha Flores Reynoso, Jordi Cid  Astrid Ingram Brooke, &  READ MORE


Round Table 3: Schema Therapy for Depression – Results of an RCT in an Inpatient and Day Clinic Setting (OPTIMA Trial)

by Samy Egli  READ MORE


Case Presentation 1: When the Vulnerable Child is a different Gender 

by Xi Lui, and Ben CallegariREAD MORE


Skill Class 1: Empathic confrontation in the supervisor-supervisee relationship

by MF Van Vreeswijk and M.Boog   READ MORE


Skill Class 5: A Deeper Look At Cultural Vulnerability

by Poul Perris READ MORE


Skill Class 6: Trauma Map to Enhance Schema Conceptualization

by Christopher Lee   READ MORE


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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.

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