MAY 28-30, 2020 / WORLDWIDE
Day 3: Honorary Keynote
Limited Reparenting and Other Strategies During the COVID-19 Pandemic
6.15 - 7.00 pm Keynote
7.00 - 7.30 pm Questions and Answers
Central European Time
Imagery Rescripting is a powerful change technique within Schema Therapy. At the core of the intervention are methods allowing for greater therapeutic bonds and the provision of corrective emotional experiences between the client and practitioner.
Imagery work however can frequently be challenging for schema therapists. Clients can provide difficult circumstance to rescript. In turn, the unscripted nature of the process can elicit unforeseen issues. As a result, the confidence and capacity of the therapist can greatly influence its use within practitioners.
The workshop will look at specific ways Schema Therapists can build upon skills in imagery work including…
Video material (Van Der Wijngaart & Hayes 2017) and live demonstration will also be used in session to demonstrate skills as well as time for attendees to practice skills.
About the Presenters:
Jeffrey Young, Ph.D. is the Founder of Schema Therapy. He serves on the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University, is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and is Co-Founder of the International Society for Schema Therapy (ISST). Dr. Young has led workshops for over 30 years throughout the world, including the United States, Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia, China, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South America.
Dr. Young has co-authored two internationally best-selling books: Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide, Guilford, 2003 for mental health professionals, and Reinventing Your Life, a self-help book for clients and the public. Both have been translated into many languages. He also has two DVDs in the prestigious American Psychological Association Video Series: one demonstrating Schema Therapy for Individuals, and the other demonstrating Schema Therapy for Couples.
Jeff Conway, LCSW is the Chair of the ISST Committee on Supervisor Skills Training responsible for developing the required workshop to be certified as an ISST Supervisor Trainer. He is a founding member of ISST, a Certified Advanced Level Trainer-Supervisor since 2008, and on the ISST Committee for Training and Education. Jeff is the Chair of the ISST Committee on Supervisor Skills Training responsible for developing the required workshop to be certified as an ISST Supervisor Trainer. He is a founding member of ISST and a Certified Advanced Level Trainer-Supervisor since 2008.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Be inspired by the most brilliant minds in psychotherapy, on and off the stage.
You'll hear directly from the voices shaping our world in Schema Therapy--from
individual, couples, group, children and adolescents, forensics, and many more.
"Amazing selection of topics and excellent presenters"
Immersive Tracks give you insider access to some of the most dynamic presenters, and buzzed-about approaches in Schema Therapy.
"Loaded with brilliant creative people who are making a difference in the world of psychotherapy"
A BUSTLING CONFERENCE HUB
What happens when more than a thousand psychotherapists gather in one place?
The energy is impossible to contain. At the conference hub, expect one-of-a-kind
experiences, dynamic discussions, and powerful networking.
"Never attended anything like it before"
PARTIES, NETWORKING, AND MORE
Join new friends from the worlds of psychotherapy, with leadership and creativity as we connect during parties, cocktail moments, surprise appearances, and so much more.
New York, USA
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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.