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NOW OPEN: INSPIRE 2016 Vienna Registration|Interview with Wendy Behary|Submit Your Proposals by February 1st|Schema Therapy for Chronic Depression

30 Jan 2016 1:00 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SCHEMA THERAPY

30 January 2016

"Empathically Attuned Caregiver Mode in the Treatment Room" 

An interview with Wendy Behary, a keynote speaker at INSPIRE 2016 in Vienna

Wendy Behary will be featured as a keynote speaker this summer in Vienna, and in an interview with Travis Atkinson, she gives us a "sneak peak" of key elements of her address:

  • Why is the "empathic stance" the most critical part of a schema therapist's posture in the treatment room?
  • What is the difference between expressing sympathy or compassion with a client/patient compared to empathic resonance?
  • Does empathy differ in more challenging cases, such as treating a narcissist or a challenging couple?
  • What can get in the way of a therapist being able to stay in an "empathically attuned caregiver mode?"  

Wendy answers these questions and more, previewing her keynote address. Watch her describe working in the "empathically attuned caregiver mode," and listen for examples that you can use in your work as a schema therapist. Visit: EMPATHICALLY ATTUNED MODE

 

See Wendy in Vienna at INSPIRE 2016!

 



 

Wendy is the former President of ISST, serving from 2010 - 2014. She is the founder and director of the Cognitive Therapy Center of New Jersey, and the New Jersey Institute for Schema Therapy. Wendy started training and working with Jeffrey Young in 1989, and has been treating clients, training professionals, and supervising psychotherapists for more than 20 years.  She chairs the Brainstorming subcommittee for ISST, and is the author of "Disarming the Narcissist." Wendy will be a featured keynote speaker at the INSPIRE 2016 ISST Vienna Conference June 30 - July 2.


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Registration for INSPIRE 2016 is NOW OPEN! 

"What is it with Modes? The Transdiagnostic Power of Mode Work in Schema Therapy"

ISST Vienna Conference

June 30 - July 2, 2016 

We are excited to announce that registration for the INSPIRE 2016 ISST Conference in Vienna is now open! You can browse through options, and register to receive Early-Bird Savings. Enroll through our online portal, and you will see options for the following:

Preconference Workshops: select your top-two choices for full- or half-day workshops taking place June 30th

Workshops: register for the conference days, July 1st and 2nd, and you will have the first opportunity to select your top workshop choices when the entire program is announced

Banquet: reserve your seat at the beautiful Marina Restaurant on the Danube River in Vienna for Saturday July 2nd

Enjoy Early-Bird Savings: Register by April 15th!

To register, click the button below:

Want to Inspire Conference Attendees in Vienna? Don't Miss the February 1st Deadline to submit your proposals for panels, symposia, hot-topic talks, case discussions, workshops, and poster presentations

For directions to submit your proposals, visit: SUBMISSIONS


Schema Therapy for Chronic Depression: Read the Exciting Results of a Multiple Single Case Series, Available for a Limited Time

In a remarkable study by Fritz Renner, Arnoud Arntz, Frenk P.M.L. Peeters, Jill Lobbestael, and Marcus J.H. Huibers, individual schema therapy was applied to adults with chronic depression. 

The results:

  • Large descreases in depressive symptoms 
  • Large improvements in overall well-being

Read the full text, provided by the publisher for a limited time: TREATING CHRONIC DEPRESSION

Created by Travis Atkinson

ISST Coordinator for Public Affairs & Member Benefits

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