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Introducing the new Case Conceptualization Form.

08 Apr 2018 4:51 PM | Travis Atkinson (Administrator)

Travis, welcome a vital new tool for schema therapists.

The Case Conceptualization Committee has worked for more than two years to create a new form that can help schema therapists be even more affective at employing treatments that best fit patients' needs. 

The committee consists of Jeff Conway, Jeff Young, Poul Perris Joan Farrell, David Edwards, and Vartouhi Ohanian.

Watch the interview to see how the form developed, and why it can help improve the work of schema therapists.

If you are an active member of ISST, and enrolled on the website, you can download the new Case Conceptualization Form, along with a guidebook, and a sample case to help you complete the new form.

Go to the new form

Founder of Schema Therapy

Jeff Young calls the new Case Conceptualization Form a "major new development... that is vitally needed."

Chair of Committee

Jeff Conway says the new Case Conceptualization Form is, "Great news for the schema therapy community."

Jeff Young and Jeff Conway introduce the new case conceptualization form, interviewed by Travis Atkinson

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