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Last Chance: Register Now for the Schema Therapy from the Inside Out Webinar.

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.


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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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