MAY 28-30, 2020 / WORLDWIDE
Day 2: Treating PTSD During COVID-19 with Schema Therapy
2.30 - 3.00 pm
Central European Time
This is a female with a history of vunerability to harm + negativism/pessimism, as well as abandonment. She had been in therapy for some months previous to the coronavirus outburst.
In the face of the ongoing traumatic stress we are all suffering, she has the added risk for vicariuos traumatization. She has begun to avoid her schema activation mostly through dissociation while working with clients at the hospital. At times she gets over-controller and turns into a bully. At home she is demanding lots of care demonstrations and gets into the vulnerable child easily to later activate the angry child, she disconnects and gets into a detached protector or overcompensates through bullying the husband for small things related to "care and wellbeing" when "he is not doing enough to care for her and endangers her in the face of coronavirus"
We have turned to work in preventing a PTSD to develop since her underlying schemas and the coping mechanisms she is using have being described as vulnerability factors. We have been working with blended strategies for coping with ongoing traumatic stress plus schema therapy techniques, mainly mode work.
About the Presenters:
Samantha Flores is a physician specialized in neuropsychiatry. She has a Master´s Degree in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and she is a certified advanced schema therapist who who took the certification course in the New Jersey Schema Therapy Institute.
She currently runs a private practice in psychiatry and psychotherapy. She works with a variety of diagnoses of psychiatric and neuropsychiatric patients through medication and psychotherapy. She has a special interest in patients who suffer functional neurologic disorders and patients with chronic mental illness as well as personality disorders. She also teaches psychopharmacology to psychology students at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara.
Jordi Cid Colom is Clinical Psychologists, Phd. He's actual position is Coordinator for Mental health & Addiction Programs in Girona, Spain. He is the President of SCRITC, Catalan Society of Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, member of European Association for Cognitive Behavioural Therapies. He is advanced certified trainer/supervisor in Schema therapist in Spain. Mr. Cid along with Mr. Carlos Rojas, are co-founders and co-directors of the The Latin American & Spanish (Billingual) Certification Program in Individual Schema Therapy, approved by the ISST.
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