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Can Brief Schema Therapy Work Effectively and Safely? Watch Joan Farrell's "Sneak Peak" of Vienna

11 Apr 2016 4:47 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)


Register now for the most essential schema therapy gathering of the year in Vienna!

Take advantage of the Early-Bird Pass to save 

from €40 to €100 before April 30th.

Whatever you're into, we've got a selection for you: Become a schema therapy champion with powerful content for every passion in the therapeutic world. Our 50+ hands-on training selections include workshops, symposiums, hot topics, case presentations, and panel discussions, and are now ready for you to hand-pick. Register today to take full-advantage of the Early-Bird Pass, and as a member, save up to €100 off the standard, non-member rate by April 30th. REGISTER

One of your selections includes the symposium:

"Utilizing the mode model to effectively meet world-wide, ever-shrinking psychotherapy session allowances: can schema therapy be relatively brief?" 

An interview with Joan Farrell

- Click picture above to see interview -

Watch a "sneak peak" interview with Joan Farrell, previewing her symposium that she will cochair with Jeff Young. The symposium will address the development and testing of time-limited schema therapy treatment programs that combine group therapy with a limited number of individual therapy sessions. Can this treatment protocol help produce results that are both effective and safe?

Schema therapy is generally seen as a long-term treatment, not usually considered for limited session numbers of 20 or 30 group therapy sessions, and 10 to 12 individual therapy sessions. Some people question whether it is even safe to include the essential experiential work of schema therapy within the confines of brief treatment.

Answering the key questions of effectiveness and safety, the symposium brings together schema therapists from the United States, Australia, and the Netherlands who work with time-limited schema therapy treatments. Each discussant will present the protocols they are testing, along with preliminary results for a variety of disorders, including: borderline personality disorder, avoidant personality disorder, mixed personality disorder, and complex trauma, working in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Chairpersons: Joan Farrell, Jeff Young

Joan Farrell: a brief, trans-diagnostic 'Foundation Treatment Program of Schema Therapy' using the Mode Model and combinations of group and individual sessions.

Rita Younan: a pilot study of a four-week inpatient program using group schema therapy for adults with complex trauma.

Sally Skewes: a pilot study using short-term group schema therapy for mixed personality disorders.

Michiel van Vreeswijk, Tamara May, Ida Shaw, Rachel Samsonadditional speakers. 

Read more about this symposium at: BRIEF SCHEMA THERAPY


Get Your Early-Bird Pass: There's still time to register, save from €40 to €100, and get your Early-Bird Pass for the schema therapy event of the year: Current Savings Expire on April 30th

  


Thursday June 30: Preconference Workshops | Poster Presentations & Welcome Gathering

Friday July 1: Morning Activity | Conference Day 1 | Evening Social Activity

Saturday July 2: Morning Activity | Conference Day 2 | Conference Banquet



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Wiener Staatsoper: Delight Your Eyes and Ears 

One of the World's Great Opera Venues: construction of this Neo-Renaissance State Opera House began in 1861, and opened in 1869 with Mozart's Don Giovanni, securing the title "heart of the music world" for Vienna. The State Opera House was the first of the grand buildings constructed on the Ringstrasse in Vienna. After being nearly destroyed by World War II bombs, it reopened in 1955 with new technology. From the exterior, the majestic stone survived the war, and is dominated by the original loggia. See the two fountains on each side by Josef Gasser, representing music, dance and joy on the left, and sorrow, love, and vengence on the right.

The state subsidizes the opera company, so both pricey and affordable seats are available. Since the opera company is on summer break between July 1st through August 31st, take in a performance at the beginning of your Vienna adventure. Make your reservation in advance by visiting the opera website: STAATSOPER

See our extensive guide to travel within Vienna at: Vienna Travel Planner

Share the INSPIRE 2016 Flyer with your colleagues

We created a promotional flyer to help share the details about the Vienna Conference, and we invite you to download the pdf, available in several languages. 

In addition to the English version, we have conference flyers available in the following languages:

Spanish: translation help by Lydia Tineo
French: translation help by Danielle Sauvé
Dutch: translation help by Travis Atkinson
German: translation help by Eckhard Roediger & Alexandra Schosser
Portuguese: translation help by Paula Guths
Turkish: translation help by Sevinc Goral-Alkan
Italian: translation help by Keeton Alder

We are asking for volunteers to help with the SwedishNorwegianand Greek translations. If you would like to volunteer, or don't see your language, please help by emailing: TRANSLATION HELP.

Please share your native language flyer at other conferences you are attending, at gatherings with your colleagues, on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn), or on other professional listservs that allow for postings.

The Vienna Conference is one of the best ways other professionals can get to know schema therapy; help as many colleagues as you can to learn more. Visit: INSPIRE 2016 FLYER

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ISST Board Public Affairs & Member Benefits Coordinator

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