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Hot Topics: Session 6 

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

by Tanya Petersen & Chris Harrop

About the Presenters:

Tanya Petersen

Tanya Petersen is a Clinical Psychologist working in forensic services in Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Trust. She works at The Edenfield Centre, a Regional Secure Unit, and is responsible for psychology provision in the women’s secure service. Tanya is an honorary lecturer at Manchester University, and at Liverpool University, teaching on working in forensic settings, personality disorder, and Schema Therapy, to Masters students and trainee clinical psychologists. Tanya is a Certified Individual Schema Therapist.

Chris Harrop

Chris Harrop is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working in forensic services in Lancashire Care NHS Trust. He works at Guild Lodge Regional Secure Unit and is responsible for psychology provision across inpatient and community secure services. Chris is honorary lecturer at Manchester University, and at Liverpool University, teaching on working in forensic settings, personality disorder, and Schema Therapy, to Masters students and trainee clinical psychologists. Chris is a Certified Supervisor in Individual Schema Therapy and jointly delivers training workshops in schema therapy.

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.

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