Log in





DAY 3 SCHEDULE

PLEASE NOTE: AFTER YOU HAVE MADE YOUR SELECTIONS WITH YOUR TIER GROUP, YOUR CHOICES WILL BE LOCATED ON YOUR QR CODE ON YOUR NAME TAG. 

DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE CONFERENCE, EACH PARTICIPANT MUST ATTEND THE CHOICES LISTED ON THEIR NAME TAG (NO SWITCHING IS POSSIBLE AFTER APRIL 15, 2018). 

YOU MUST CHECK-IN TO RECEIVE YOUR NAME TAG, to ENTER YOUR SELECTIONS, AND TO RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE.

MORNING YOGA

7.00 AM - 8.15 AM

AcroYoga

with Arjan van Oostwaard

join us for this light, no-sweat morning exercise, focused on team-building and connection. A change of clothes or shower is not needed after. Bring your own yoga mat. Find out more about the exhilarating experience of acroyoga. READ MORE

SPORTS

7.15 AM - 8.15 AM

Conference Choir

with Vanesa Diaz & Rezar Dominguez

JOIN CONDUCTOR VANESA DIAZ AND GUITARIST REZAR DOMINGUEZ FOR THE INSPIRE 2018 CONFERENCE CHOIR, AND SING TOGETHER WITH FELLOW PARTICIPANTS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS. READ MORE

CHECK-IN

8.00 AM - 8.45 AM

Coffee/Tea/Resfreshments and Check-in 

Check-in is needed to receive a certificate of attendance.

SATURDAY MORNING KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

8.30 AM - 9.15 AM

Keynote Presentation

Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside-Out: Corrective Emotional Experiences for Therapists

by Sarah Cohen Woods READ MORE

9.15 AM - 10.00 AM

Keynote Presentation

The Neurobiological and Cognitive Impact of Complex Trauma: Implications for Interventions

by Jeff Conway READ MORE

MORNING BREAK

10.00 AM - 10.30 AM

Break

Coffee/Tea/Refreshments

MORNING SELECTIONS

Choose one 90-minute selection, the hot topic series, or the Spanish language Individual Certification Program

OPTION 1

10.30 am - 12.00 Pm

Choose one of the following:

Symposium 1: Schema Therapy for Depression 

by Arnoud Arntz, Alexandra Schosser, Eckhard Roediger, Martin Rein, Silke Bramer-Ugur, and Marit Kool READ MORE

Symposium 2: From Vulnerable Child to Vulnerable Infant: Can We Access and Work with the Very Earliest Maladaptive Schemas

by Bruce Stevens, David Edwards, and Galit Gilad READ MORE

Symposium 3: Integration of ST & Positive Psychology

by David Bernstein, Bo Bach, John Louis, and Robert Brockman READ MORE

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

by Xi Lui, and Ben CallegariREAD MORE

Case Presentation 2: ST With Trauma 

by Patricia Escudero Rotman, Chris Hayes, and Astrid Ingham Brooke READ MORE

Round Table 1: Multicultural Application of ST Concept

by Aleksandra Yaltonskaya, Paul Kasyanik, Darya Maryasova, Ilona Krone, and Kaia Kastepold-Tors   READ MORE

Round Table 2: Gender Differences in Mode Work in Forensic Settings

by Chris Harrop, Tanya Petersen, and Claire Gately  READ MORE

Skill Class 1: Personal Schema Group Therapy

by MF Van Vreeswijk, and M.Boog  READ MORE 

Skill Class 2: Working with The Parent Mode
by Maria Cristina Sterie READ MORE

Skill Class 3: Working with The Soldier Mode

by Megan Fry READ MORE

Skill Class 4: Relighting the Fire:Using Chair Work to Reconnect Couples In Schema Therapy

by Mathias Valente READ MORE

Skill Class 5: Bridging Existential Pain with Love in Schema Therapy:Expanding Young's Original Model with Existential Concepts

by Poul Perris READ MORE

Individual Papers Session 5 - Topics Include: Autistic Traits & Schema Therapy, Schemas' Comprised Bodily Sensations, Anger-Related Schema Modes in BPD patients, Chronic Pain Patients and Schema Therapy by Tamara May, Samantha Flores Reynoso, Sara Ottonello & Dr. Melanie Babooram  -- READ MORE

OPTION 2 Hot Topic

10.30 AM - 12.00 PM

HOT TOPIC SERIES: ATTEND ONE OF THREE SESSIONS, can move in-between sessions as well

Session 1 - Client-Therapist Physiological synchrony and Therapeutic alliance in an imagery-based treatment

by Eshkol Rafaeli, Jessica Prinz, and Eran Bar-Kalifa  READ MORE

Session 2 - Self-Sacrifice in the Therapist and it's affect on Emotion Recognition in Patients  

by Andrew Phipps, Naiha Seepaul, Craig Gonsalvez, and Emily Rooleht READ MORE

Session 3 - The need for the dreaded- An investigation of the therapeutic alliance in schema therapy for patients with avoidant personality disorder

by Marie Hau  READ MORE

Session 4 - The Effect of Mindfulness in Schema Therapy

by Raffaella Pagnanini, and Harold Dadomo  READ MORE

Session 5 - The Effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy on Modifying Coping Strategies in Iranian Women with a History of spouse infidelity 

by Sajedeh Vadoudi, and Nafise Shiri READ MORE

Session 6 - Examining the Association between Early Maladaptive Schemas, Compensation, and avoidance coping strategies 

by Mert Aytac, Bahar Kose Karaca, and Alp Karaosmanoglu READ MORE 

OPTION 3

10.45 AM - 12.15 PM: SPANISH CERTIFICATION PART 3

Individual Schema Therapy Certification Program: offered in Spanish 

by Jordi Cid, Matias Valente, and Carlos Rojas READ MORE

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.

"Be the Change You Help Create"

Whether you are a clinician, researcher, educator, or a supporter, we have a place for you in our community. Visit our "Join us" page to find out more about the many benefits ISST offers, and to apply for membership now.
JOIN US
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software