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Couples, Dreams, Limited Reparenting & Difficult to Treat Clients

  • 23 May 2019
  • 9:00 AM
  • 24 May 2019
  • 5:00 PM
  • Byron Bay, NSW

Registration

BYRON BAY SCHEMA THERAPY WORKSHOPS: COUPLES, DREAMS, LIMITED REPARENTING & DIFFICULT TO TREAT CLIENTS

This exciting one-day workshop offers four options for you to chose for a 9-12 session followed by a 2-5 session. Attendees may choose one morning session and a second afternoon session.

MORNING SESSIONS: CHOOSE ONE


Schema Therapy & Dreams: Accessing the Vulnerable Child Mode

Ms Lynda Parry

Dreams have been shown to play a crucial role in memory consolidation. This workshop will introduce participants how to utilise dreams as part of their Schema Therapy work with patients; includes a focus on recurring dreams and nightmares.


Working with couples from a Schema Therapy perspective

Ms Ruth Holt

What does Schema Therapy add to working with complex couples? How do I translate Schema therapy techniques and formulation into couples work or working with partners as part of individual therapy? This halfday workshop provides a framework for formulating couple interactions from a ST perspective and provides an introduction to using experiential techniques with complex couples.


AFTERNOON SESSION: CHOOSE ONE


Overcoming Therapeutic Impasses in Schema Therapy

Ms Nikki Kenney

This workshop is suitable for Schema Therapists at all levels who want to learn about core schema therapy interventions with therapeutic; Interventions will include experiential work to connect and work withresistance (i.e., MCM) & storytelling to access VCM.

 


 Limited Reparenting & Interpersonal Neurobiology

Dr Rita Younan

This workshop looks at the Neuroscience of Limited Re-parenting as an Intervention and helping patients move from a reactive state (Coping Modes) to a receptive state (Healthy Adult Mode) to heal the Vulnerable Child and foster connection in the room.



For more informstion and to register contact: schematherapyaustralia


 

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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