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  • 23 Jun 2019 7:00 AM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)

    How do you help your patients strengthen their healthy adult mode?

    Register now for the six installment of ISST's webinar series, "Building the Healthy Adult," presented by Robert Brockman

    The 90-minute webinar is free to all active ISST members. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot by signing up now.

    If you can't attend, you can return to the ISST website after the webinar to view the recording if you're an active member enrolled on the ISST website.

    DETAILS

    Date: 9 July 2019 9:00 am AEST

    Time: 9:00 am AEST | 1:00 CEST | 12:00 am BST

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    8 July 7:00 pm EDT | 4:00 pm PDT

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    CONTEXTUAL SCHEMA THERAPY: BUILDING THE HEALTHY ADULT MODE IN SCHEMA THERAPY

    The development of a healthy adult mode is the backbone of any successful schema therapy treatment. Despite this key role, a detailed description of how the healthy adult mode can be explicitly enhanced has been lacking in the schema therapy literature.

    This webinar presents an approach to developing and strengthening the healthy adult mode, based on the recent book Contextual Schema Therapy: An Integrative Approach to Personality Disorders, Emotion Dysregulation and Interpersonal Functioning by Eckhard Roediger, Bruce Stevens and Robert Brockman (Context Press, 2018). 

    The book focuses on schema modes to improve interpersonal relationships, and includes exercises from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and functional analytic psychotherapy (FAP). Robert's major contribution as a co-author included integrating the 3rd wave techniques of mindfulness, self-compassion and values to directly strengthen the healthy adult mode.

    About the Presenter

    Robert Brockman is accredited by ISST as a schema therapist, supervisor and trainer. He regularly facilitates training events for Schema Therapy Training of Australia, providing trainings in several countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong.

    Robert currently holds a research fellowship with Australian Catholic University (ACU) where he researches psychological approaches to well-being and schema therapy processes, including the relevance of schema therapy to chronic rumination and worry, HIV sufferers, problems gamblers, forensic patients, psychosis and eating disorders.

    Robert was honored as the winner of the INSPIRE 2016 Young Investigator Award, presented in Vienna, Austria. The award highlighted his research applying schema therapy for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and the pathological worry processes.

    Robert runs Schema Therapy Sydney, a private practice located in Sydney dedicated to schema therapy and related experiential therapy approaches. He practices out of his Liverpool clinic.

    Andrew Phipps, a clinical psychologist from Sydney, will be facilitating the webinar.


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    TRAVIS ATKINSON
    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
    MEDIA COORDINATOR

  • 23 May 2019 9:39 AM | David Edwards (Administrator)

    High quality schema therapy supervision is essential for the development of highly competent schema therapists. This webinar is comprised of 4 training modules and is developed for:

    Advanced Level Schema Therapists who are interested in becoming supervisors in Schema Therapy. This is now an ISST requirement for those who began certification training in January 2014 or later.

    Schema Therapists who began training before 2014 and wish to become supervisors may attend the 3 hour webinar to be given by Jeff Conway in the fall, but are encouraged to participate in the new 12 hour webinar.

    Current Supervisors who completed the previous mandatory 3-hour webinar are also encouraged to register for any or all of the new webinar modules.   

    The Webinar Includes:

    • The general approach to supervision based on the Schema Therapy model.
    • The 3 roles of a Schema Therapy Supervisor – Teacher, Mentor & Therapist.
    • A detailed introduction of the new Case Conceptualization Form & Case Conceptualization Rating Scale.
    • Guidance for common obstacles that arise for Supervisor and Supervisee.
    • Supervisee Schema & Mode activation.
    • Video vignettes illustrating how to overcome various types of challenges in supervision
    • A complete review of the Schema Therapist Competency Rating Scale.
    • Impediments to supervision.

    (When the forum allows, practice exercises and demonstrations will be included.)


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  • 26 Apr 2019 7:38 AM | David Edwards (Administrator)

    Members of the ISST:

    Some of you are probably aware that the requirements for certification as a Schema Therapy Supervisor and Trainer have changed.  This email is meant to restate & clarify these changes. (This information is also posted on the ISST website.)

    Previously, an Advanced Schema Therapist could immediately attend the ST Supervisor/Trainer Webinar right after Advanced Certification and then become certified as a ST Supervisor and Trainer.

    Now the rules have changed so that all Advanced Schema Therapists who started training on January of 2014 or later must fulfill the following requirements before applying for Schema Therapy Supervisor/Trainer Certification.

    1. Three years of clinical work after receiving Certification in Advanced Schema Therapy.
    2. During this 3-year period, at least 10 patients are treated with Schema Therapy for a duration of at least 6 months (reporting of this based on the honor system).
    3. Of these 10 patients, 4 must have a diagnosis of some form of personality disorder (also based on the honor system).
    4. After this 3-year period, Advanced Schema Therapists must participate in a 12-hour Supervisor Skills Development Workshop Webinar.  Currently, this workshop is set up as 4 separate 3-hour online workshops provided over the course of 4 months.

    After all requirements are completed, an Advanced Schema Therapist can apply for Certification as a ST Supervisor/Trainer.

    These 4 workshops will be provided in 3-hour installments beginning in September 2019 and completing in December 2019.

    Stay tuned for the dates of these very important workshops!

    Warm Regards, Jeff Conway, ISST Training Coordinator (jconwayny@gmail.com)


  • 24 Mar 2019 10:11 AM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


    How do you integrate schemas and modes to achieve lasting results?

    ANNOUNCING OUR FEATURED SPEAKER

    We are thrilled to announce that the FeaturedPresentation at ENLIGHT 2019 in Edinburgh will be presented by the creator and founder of Schema Therapy: Jeff Young.

    Taking place near the end of an active Day 1 full of learning and connecting with fellow colleagues from around the world, the FeaturedPresentation will be a highlight of ENLIGHT 2019.

    Jeff will discuss the challenges many therapists face when struggling to balance between a focus in treatment on schemas relative to modes. The end result of a sometimes fragmented approach between the two concepts can lead to incomplete treatment outcomes that may not fully realize both emotional and behavioral change in patients.  

    When a therapist solely focuses on schemas to treat a patient, she or he may underutilize the effectiveness of mode work to break life patterns and to create behavioral changes. Similarly, a therapist who practices a singular focus on mode work may limit the full impact targeting schemas can have to help a patient create deep emotional changes.

    Jeff will clarify on a conceptual level how schemas and modes can work together simultaneously to create both emotional and behavioral change. Originally, the shema and mode concepts were not developed to be separate approaches to treatment, but rather to be addressed at the same time. He will demonstrate how to change schemas at a deep level within the context of working with modes.

    Additionally, some schemas are not addressed in mode work, so an effective schema therapist may best meet the needs of a patient’s schemas by flexibly stepping out of mode work when appropriate to target specific schemas. Effective Schema Therapy also encourages a therapist to tailor his or her treatment approach to focus intensely on an individual’s schemas when the need arises.

    The skilled schema therapist is also adept at shifting from a schema focus to a mode focus, flexibly, depending on the particular needs and life situation of a patient. One example would be when a therapist is working with a patient experiencing Borderline Personality Disorder who may need to have his or her schemas addressed in the beginning stages of treatment, followed by a shift to target modes as the therapy continues.

    Jeff will explain how to determine when to focus more on schemas or modes, or to use both concepts simulataneously depending on the stage of therapy and the life situations the patient is facing.

    Ultimately, an effective schema therapist can flexibly use the interplay between schemas and modes to help patients create both deep rooted emotional shifts and change chronic behavioral patterns to achieve optimal and lasting results.

    ENLIGHT 2019 SCHEDULE

    LAST CHANCE: WE WERE ABLE TO OPEN A FEW MORE SPOTS FOR #ENLIGHT2019EDI

    ALREADY REGISTERED FOR ENLIGHT 2019? Your choices have been recorded when you made your selections during registration.

    To review your choices, please find your confirmation email that was automatically sent to you after you registered.

    Your selections will be available on your QR code when you pick up your name tag. You can save your choices for easy reference on the new version of the Schema Therapy App, soon to be updated and expanded with the latest technology features available.

    SCHEMA THERAPY APP: The Schema Therapy App will be your hub for connecting with other participants, and will help you navigate all that ENLIGHT 2019 offers. The app will be available before the symposium begins, exclusively to all participants.

    To receive credit for attendance at each selection, your name tag must be scanned when you enter and exit each day's selection.

    NOT YET REGISTERED? We were able to open a few more spots in the Final Tier before we reach maximum capacity for the venue. Don't delay: reserve your spot now to experience all that ENLIGHT 2019 offers, including the Featured Presentation by Jeff Young.
     
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    HOTEL DISCOUNTS

    Where to stay? Edinburgh offers accommodations to satisfy every taste and budget. Grand historical hotels with old-world charm, and modern, design hotels allure you with contemporary habitats. Edinburgh also offers B&Bs with a friendlier budget, where you can experience how local residents live. Our venue contacts have compiled a list of top hotels with discounts for ENLIGHT 2019 participants. If you haven't yet reserved accommodations, visit the website now: HOTELS


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    TRAVIS ATKINSON
    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
    MEDIA COORDINATOR
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  • 04 Mar 2019 3:18 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)



    Register now for the fifth installment of ISST's webinar series, taking place on Wednesday the 20th of March 2019.

    The topic, "An Introduction to Body-Focused Methods in Schema Therapy" will be presented by Janis Briedis.

    The 90-minute webinar is free to all active ISST members. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot by signing up now.

    If you can't attend, you can return to the ISST website after the webinar to view the recording if you're an active member enrolled on the ISST website.


    DETAILS


    DateWednesday 20 March 2019
    Time: 8:00 am EDT | 12:00 pm GMT | 1:00 pm CEST  | 11:00 pm AEDT

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    An Introduction to Body-Focused Methods in Schema Therapy Webinar


    Janis will present the theory and experiential approach to integrating body-focused techniques to enhance schema therapy practice in a time-limited manner. These techniques are particularly helpful for clients presenting with complex needs with histories of severe childhood neglect or trauma who have difficulty engaging with traditional schema therapy strategies. The webinar will be interactive, designed specifically for schema therapists wishing to broaden their repertoire by incorporating simple but powerful somatically-focused interventions.

    About the Presenter

    Janis Briedis is an Advanced Certified Schema Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer practicing in London, England. He is also a cognitive behavioral therapist (CBT), integrating EMDR, Mindfulness, Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) and Sensorimotor Therapy in his practice. Janis teaches Schema Therapy, CBT, and Mindfulness in a variety of National Health Services (NHS) and academic settings, including the University of East London and University Hertfordshire.

    Susan Simpson, the ISST Executive Board Secretary, will be facilitating the webinar.

     

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    An Introduction to Body-Focused Methods in Schema Therapy with Janis Briedis

    Date: Wednesday the 20th of March 2019

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    This ISST webinar will be hosted by Susan Simpson, the ISST Executive Board Secretary.


  • 26 Feb 2019 1:14 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


    How will you create your perfect third day in Edinburgh?
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    During the third day at ENLIGHT 2019 in Edinburgh, you will have your final opportunities at the symposium to be Diving Deeper into even more great Schema Therapy content. You will be further enhancing your knowledge and skills from master Schema Therapists from around the world.

    MORNING YOGA: We will start the morning with our tradition since Vienna @  INSPIRE 2016 with AcroYoga. This light, low-sweat morning exercise focuses on participants' team building and connection. Day 3's AcroYoga is SOLD OUT.

    INCREDIBLE TRACKS: Take a look below at the broad-ranging selections available to participants on Day 3, with six tracks of options.

    CLOSING CEREMONY: We are excited to welcome all participants to a Scottish version of our now traditional Closing Ceremony, beginning @ 5:15, to celebrate our three days together.

    Susan Simpson, our ISST Executive Board Secretary and point person for ENLIGHT 2019, has arranged for a special guest appearance by the Picts, named after the northern tribes that constituted the largest kingdom in the area of Scotland during the Dark Ages. 

    Today, the name lives on in this talented musical group, as the Picts are one of the most popular live acts on the folk rock and concert scene in Scotland.

    The Picts offer a unique brand of Celtic rock. They have performed to hundreds of audiences, both locally and abroad.  You will count yourself among the many who have been captivated by the Picts' talent. 

    GALA EVENT: Join us for the concluding event of ENLIGHT 2019 at the magnificent Scottish National Gallery for the GALA. Dinner includes mouth-watering choices from a meat, fish, or vegetarian menu for €80, and includes wine.

    The Scottish National Gallery is situated in three beautiful buildings, and is home to some of the world's most famous art masters, including Rembrandt, Vermeer, Raphael, Turner, Monet, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Botticelli, among many others.

    Located on the garden level entrance of the Scottish National Gallery, the Scottish Cafe & Restaurant has incredible views across Princes Street Gardens towards Waverley Bridge. 

    ALREADY REGISTERED? Your choices have been recorded when you made your selections during registration.

    To review your choices, please find your confirmation email that was automatically sent to you after you registered.

    Your selections will be available on your QR code when you pick up your name tag. You can save your choices for easy reference on the new version of the Schema Therapy App, soon to be updated and expanded with the latest technology features available.

    SCHEMA THERAPY APP: The Schema Therapy App will be your hub for connecting with other participants, and will help you navigate all that ENLIGHT 2019 offers. The app will be available before the symposium begins, exclusively to all participants.

    To receive credit for attendance at each selection, your name tag must be scanned when you enter and exit each day's selection.

    NOT YET REGISTERED? The Final Tier will be closing soon, with only a few spots remaining before ENLIGHT 2019 reaches full capacity and is sold out. Don't delay: reserve your spot now to experience the Schema Therapy Event of 2019! 

    MEET OUR PRESENTERS

    DAY 3 SELECTIONS

    • Track 1: Intimacy Disorders by Wendy Behary
    • Track 2: Schema Therapy Case Conceptualization by Susanne Vind and Jeff Young
    • Track 3: Deep Structures of Schema Modes by David Edwards
    • Track 4: Schema Therapy with Dissociative Disorder by Marleen Rijkeboer and Rafaele Huntjens
    • Track 5: Schema Therapy Board Games by Paul Kasyanik, Elena Romanova and Maria Galimzyanova 
    • Track 6: Angry Birds: Pushing for Anger in Cluster-C Personality Disorders by Ruth McCutcheon, Saskia Ohlin, Rosi Reubsaet and Wiesette Krol

    DAY 3 SCHEDULE

    HOTEL DISCOUNTS

    Where to stay? Edinburgh offers accommodations to satisfy every taste and budget. Grand historical hotels with old-world charm, and modern, design hotels allure you with contemporary habitats. Edinburgh also offers B&Bs with a friendlier budget, where you can experience how local residents live. Our venue contacts have compiled a list of top hotels with discounts for ENLIGHT 2019 participants. If you haven't yet reserved accommodations, visit the website now: HOTELS

    CLOSING SOON: FINAL TIER FOR #ENLIGHT2019EDI

    REGISTER NOW
  • 21 Feb 2019 7:58 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


    Join Joan Farrell as she discusses self-practice and self-reflection. 

    Register now for the fourth installment of ISST's webinar series, taking place on Monday the 25th of February 2019.

    The topic, "Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: a Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Webinar" will be presented by former ISST Executive Board Training and Certification Coordinator Joan Farrell.

    The 90-minute webinar is free to all active ISST members. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot by signing up now.

    If you can't attend, you can return to the ISST website after the webinar to view the recording if you're an active member enrolled on the ISST website.


    DETAILS


    DateMonday 25 February 2019
    Time: 9:00 am EST | 2:00 pm GMT | 3:00 pm CEST  | 10:00 pm AEST | 1:00 am AEDT

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    Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: a Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Webinar


    Joan will briefly describe the use of self-practice (SP) and self-reflection (SR) in Schema Therapy (ST) based upon her book, co-written with Ida Shaw, titled, Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: a Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook (Guilford, 2018). The SP/SR Process will be described in terms of its multiple applications: 

    • Personal benefit 
    • As a corrective emotional experience for therapists
    • Improved understanding of the client experience leading to changes in ST practice
    • Increased understanding of ST

    Joan will demonstrate key SP/SR interventions to share with webinar participants. Additionally, she will discuss ST research supporting the use of SP/SR for both new and experienced therapists. 

    About the Presenter

    Joan Farrell, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Research Director of the Center for Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment and Research at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She is an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at IUPUI and was on the faculty in Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine for 25 years.

    Joan is co-principal investigator of an international trial of ST for BPD with Arnoud Arntz with 14 sites in five countries and was principal investigator of a randomized controlled trial of Group ST for BPD that was awarded a National Institute of Mental Health grant.

    She was the Coordinator for Training and Certification on the Executive Board of ISST from 2012 until 2018.

    Joan and Ida are the developers of a group model of ST that integrates experiential interventions and harnesses the therapeutic factors of groups. They have worked together since the 1980s and provide individual and group ST training.

    Chris Hayes, the former ISST Executive Board Secretary (2014-2018), will be facilitating the webinar.

     

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    PAST SCHEMA THERAPY WEBINARS
    Schema Therapy for Complex Trauma with Chris Hayes
    Enrolled members can watch how to formulate, engage, and provide treatment for trauma-related symptoms. Watch: SCHEMA THERAPY FOR TRAUMA
    Dealing with Angry Patients: Tips & Tricks for Therapists with Remco van der Wijngaart
    Watch how to treat anger in patients, including refusing to do exercises, spontaneous outburst, and threats or intimidation. Watch: Schema Therapy for Anger
    Schema Therapy for Grief with Gemma Gladstone 
    Watch how you can use experiential techniques in Schema Therapy to help patients who are grieving. Visit: SCHEMA THERAPY FOR GRIEF



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    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
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  • 16 Feb 2019 2:56 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


    How will you create your perfect first day in Edinburgh?


    During the first day at ENLIGHT 2019 in Edinburgh, you will be diving deeply into great Schema Therapy content to help enhance your knowledge and skills in a way that you definitely will not want to miss.

    Take a look at the incredible selections available to participants on Day 1. We'll be hosting a Welcome Reception, with gratis drinks available to all participants. Shortly we'll also be announcing our Featured Presenter for the symposium, a new feature of ENLIGHT 2019 taking place on Day 1.

    Already Registered? Your choices have been recorded when you made your selections during registration. To review them, please find your confirmation email that was automatically sent to you after you registered. Your selections will be available in your QR code on your name tag. To receive credit for attendance, your name tag must be scanned when you enter and exit each day's selection.

    Not Yet Registered? Less than 25 spots remain before ENLIGHT 2019reaches full capacity and is sold out. Don't delay: reserve your spot now to experience the Schema Therapy Event of 2019! 

    MEET OUR PRESENTERS

    DAY 1 SELECTIONS

    • Track 1: Imagery Rescripting: a Transdiagnostic Technique to Address Problems Related to Trauma and Other Negative Experiences by Arnoud Arntz
    • Track 2: Empathic Confrontation and Limit Setting by Remco van der Wijngaart and Hannie van Genderen
    • Track 3: Turning Challenges in Schema Therapy Supervision into Opportunities for Growth and Learning by Jeff Conway
    • Track 4: Implementing Group Schema Therapy in Practice by Erlend Aschehoug
    • Track 5: Schema Therapy with Adolescents by Maria Galimzyanova
    • Track 6: Working in Front of the Mirror by Alessandro Carmelita 

    DAY 1 SCHEDULE

    HOTEL DISCOUNTS

    Where to stay? Edinburgh offers accommodations to satisfy every taste and budget. Grand historical hotels with old-world charm, and modern, design hotels allure you with contemporary habitats. Edinburgh also offers B&Bs with a friendlier budget, where you can experience how local residents live. Our venue contacts have compiled a list of top hotels with discounts for ENLIGHT 2019 participants. If you haven't yet reserved accommodations, visit the website now: HOTELS
    REGISTER NOW

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    TRAVIS ATKINSON
    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
    MEDIA COORDINATOR
    Copyright © 2019 International Society of Schema Therapy, All rights reserved.
  • 20 Jan 2019 2:18 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)



    Fall in love with Edinburgh, the showpiece of Scotland, as you Dive Deeper into Schema Therapy.

    Come see one of Europe's most entertaining cities, Edinburgh, with stunning vistas and a skyline full of domes, spires, towers, and steeples. Experience both old and new, with cobbled streets, narrow lanes, medieval "skyscrapers," and plush courtyards of the Old Town, or the upscale shops spread out along broad boulevards and Georgian mansions waiting to greet you in the New Town.

    Edinburgh is a UNESCO world heritage site, a destination city packed with both ancient elements and modern fun.

    Some highlights include: 

    • The Royal Mile: a street will lead you from Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, historical sites for some of the most important struggles between Scotland and England. The thoroughfare includes Castlehill, Lawnmarket, Parliament Square, High Street, Canongate, and many more attractions
    • Dazzling Architecture: from the labyrinthine medieval streets of Old Town to the modern developments in New Town, including the Scottish Parliament, you will see exquisite architecture that spans the centuries 
    • Gastronomic Pleasures: an ever-expanding dining and restaurant scene hosted by celebrity chefs serves up enticing delicacies that span the globe, along with local Scottish cuisine, such as Cullen skink and haggis with neeps and tatties
    • Rare Treasures: Edinburgh offers unique "villages," including Stockbridge and Leith, where you can find chic designer clothing, swanky knitwear, and trendy items to take home

    ENLIGHT 2019 is the Schema Therapy Event of the Year, taking place May 1st through the 3rd. The International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) will bring together a worldwide community of clinicians, researchers, educators and supporters for its biennial symposium (formerly known as Summer School).

    A limited number of Tier 4 rates are now available for a few more registrants.

    If you haven't yet registered, don't wait: we have less than 50 spots remaining until we reach full capacity.

    Rates go up and availability goes down with each Tier level. Workshop sizes are also very limited, so to get your top choices among selections that are still available, register now.


    If you have not yet registered: the sooner you register, the more you save, and the more likely you will get to attend your preferred workshops. Less than 50 spaces remain for the symposium.

    Where to stay? Edinburgh offers accommodations to satisfy every taste and budget. Grand historical hotels offer old-world charm, and modern, design hotels allure you with contemporary habitats. Edinburgh also offers B&Bs with a friendlier budget, where you can experience how local residents live.

    Our conference organizers have compiled a list of top hotels with discounts for ENLIGHT 2019 participants. Visit the website at: HOTELS IN EDINBURGH 
     
    REGISTER NOW

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    TRAVIS ATKINSON
    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
    MEDIA COORDINATOR
    Copyright © 2019 International Society of Schema Therapy, All rights reserved.
  • 13 Jan 2019 2:24 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


    If you missed the Schema Therapy for Complex PTSD Webinar, watch it now.

    Watch the latest webinar, "Schema Therapy for Complex PTSD," presented by former ISST Executive Board Secretary Chris Hayes.

    Active ISST members can access the 90-minute webinar at any time on the ISST website.


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    Schema Therapy for Complex PTSD


    This webinar examined the use of Schema Therapy via a case study of a young woman presenting with a history of complex PTSD. The webinar discussed ways to formulate, engage and provide treatment for trauma-related symptoms and looked at ways to overcome treatment barriers and difficulties typically seen in practice. In addition, the webinar addressed how the therapist's own blocks can be overcome when working directly with trauma material.

    About the Presenter

    Chris Hayes has had extensive experience in both government and private settings working with clients with complex psychological presentations. 
    He is currently employed with the Health Department of Western Australia as a Senior Clinical Psychologist, specializing in treating recent or childhood trauma. 

    Chris completed advanced certification in Schema Therapy at the Schema Therapy Institute of New York, and was trained directly by Dr. Jeffrey Young. He is the Director of the Schema Therapy Training Center of Australia.

    Chris has presented workshops throughout Australia, New Zealand, Austria, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain. 

     

    Chris served as Secretary on the ISST Executive Board from 2014 until 2018, and was the co-editor of the Schema Therapy Bulletin. He is an Advanced Certified Schema Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer.

     

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    PAST SCHEMA THERAPY WEBINARS
    Dealing with Angry Patients: Tips & Tricks for Therapists with Remco van der Wijngaart
    Enrolled ISST members can watch the second webinar by tapping: SCHEMA THERAPY FOR ANGRY PATIENTS
    Schema Therapy for Grief with Gemma Gladstone
    Missed the first webinar? If you are an active ISST member enrolled on the website, you can view the entire presentation on the ISST website. Tap: DEALING WITH GRIEF 


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    ISST EXECUTIVE BOARD
    MEDIA COORDINATOR
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