by Rita Younan and Ruth Holt
Allan Schore (2009) suggests that emotional communications between therapist and
All therapists interested in the neuroscience literature and the therapeutic relationship.
* Understand the Neurobiology of Emotional Needs not being met * Neurobiology of Schemas and Modes
* Keeping patients in the Right Hemisphere to provide a Corrective Experience within the therapeutic relationship - Limited Reparenting * Understanding Hemispheric Differences in Imagery Rescripting
About the Presenters:
A clinical psychologist; Certified Schema Therapist and Supervisor/Trainer in Individual Schema Therapy and Group Schema Therapy. Rita has presented at the Australian Psychological Society's Clinical College Conferences, run workshops throughout Australia and worked with Australian Catholic University supervising students and lecturing. Rita has an interest in neuroscience, attachment and personality pathology. Rita developed a Group Schema Therapy inpatient program at a private psychiatric hospital and published findings on the feasibility of this treatment program.
A Certified Schema Therapist and Supervisor/Trainer in Individual Schema Therapy and is certified as an Advanced Schema Therapist for Couples. She is based in Canberra, Australia and works with individuals and couples with a range of presentations and conducts workshops and training in Schema Therapy, couples therapy, women's mental health and abuse in relationships. Ruth has presented at the Australian Psychological Society's Clinical College Conferences, run workshops throughout Australia and worked with The University of Canberra Psychology Clinic supervising and presenting for postgraduate students. She has been involved in editing the soon to be published Schema Therapy for Children and Adolescents.
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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.