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Watch "Sneak Peak" Interviews from Keynote Speakers and Presenters

 Wendy Behary

Harnessing a Sturdy & Effective
Empathetically Attuned Caregiver
Mode in the Treatment Room

 - Keynote - 

 Joan Farrell

Utilizing the Mode Model to Effectively Meet World-Wide 
Ever Shrinking Psychotherapy 
Session Allowances: 
or Can Schema Therapy be 
Relatively Brief?

 - Symposium - 

 Guido Sijbers &Truus Kersten

Cluster-C: From Addiction to Connection. Working with the Self-soother or Self-stimulator in Cluster-C Patients: The Hidden Addiction Mode

 - Workshop -



Selection Process & More about INSPIRE 2016

 - Sneak Peak - 

 Eamon Smith

Schema Mode Inventory: 
What Does it Measure, 
and Does it Matter? 

 - Hot Topic - 

 David Edwards

When is a Parent Mode Not a 
Parent Mode? When it's an Over Controller? Differentiating 
Punitive, Dismissive, and 
Demanding Voices and the 
Modes they Can Be Located in 

 - Workshop -

 Scott Kellogg

Transformational Chair Work: 
The Advanced Dialogues

 - Workshop - 

Eshkol Rafaeli & Offer Maurer

Sexual Difficulties: 
A Schema Therapy Approach
 for Conceptualization 
and Treatment

 - Workshop - 

Sally & Joseph Skewes

Working with an Innovative 
E-Health App "Secure Nest"
New Avenues for Meeting 
Client's Needs in a Digital Era"

 - Workshop -

Eelco Muste

Please Take My Hand 
and Take Me Out of Here!
Modes in Rescripting - An Experiential Multi-Disciplinary Discourse

 - Workshop -

Christof Loose

Schema Therapy for Children 
and Adolescents (ST-CA) 
with Mariya Galimzyanova

 - Workshop -

Joan Farrell

A New Case 
Conceptualization Approach: Supervisor / Trainer 
Building Skills

 - Panel Discussion -

Karolina Staniaszek

Presentation on the Results 
from a Study on Constructing
 a Polish Version of 
Young's Schema Questionnaire

 - Poster -

Zsolt Unoka & Mara Richman

Perceived Parenting in 
Patients with Major Depression, Eating Disorders and 
Healthy Controls

 - Poster -

Michiel van Vreeswijk

Utilizing the Mode Model to Effectively Meet World-Wide 
Ever Shrinking Psychotherapy 
Session Allowances: 
or Can Schema Therapy be 
Relatively Brief?

 - Symposium - 

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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