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INSPIRE 2016 Submission Deadline Extended|Interview with Christof Loose & Maria Galimzyanova|Vienna Travel Planner

21 Jan 2016 4:53 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SCHEMA THERAPY

20 January 2016

Working with Children and Adolescents with Schema Therapy (ST-CA)

An interview with Christof Loose and Maria Galimzyanova

How does schema therapy for children and adolescents differ from standard cognitive behavioral therapy, or to schema therapy for adults? Christof Loose, a psychologist at the Institute of Experimental Psychology at the University of Dusseldorf and private practitioner in Germany, and Maria Galimzyanova, an associate professor at St. Petersburg State Univeristy in Russia, answer this question and more as they describe how they joined as a team to develop schema therapy for children and adolescents (ST-CA). Watch Christof and Maria share examples of how they apply schema therapy for children and adolescents in an interview by Travis Atkinson. Visit: CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

See Christof & Maria in Vienna at INSPIRE 2016!



 

Christof and Maria are both advanced certified schema therapists, supervisors & trainers for individuals and children/adolescents. Christof is the chair of ISST's Children and Adolescents Special Interest Group, and Maria is also certified as an advanced group schema therapist, supervisor and trainer. They present workshops and trainings internationally, and will be featured at the INSPIRE 2016 ISST Vienna Conference on June 30th at a Preconference Workshop.

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ISST Vienna Conference

June 30 - July 2, 2016 

Need a little extra time to submit your presentation proposal? No problem. We've extended the submission deadline to February 1, 2016. Keynote speakers and preconference workshops have been announced, both from within and outside of the schema therapy community, and more exciting announcements are coming shortly as plans are being set to make sure you have an incredible experience with your fellow schema therapy friends and colleagues at the Vienna conference. 

Deadline Extended for Submissions:

February 1, 2016: proposals for panels, symposia, hot-topic talks, case discussions, workshops, and poster presentations

For directions to submit your proposals, visit: SUBMISSIONS

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