Schema Therapy Certification Workshops
Workshops will be held over 3 days each at:
173 Euston Road
London NW1 2BJ
2016 dates to be determined.
Workshops will include a combination of teaching methods such as lectures, handouts, video sessions of master schema therapists, live demonstrations, question-and-answer periods, group discussions, supervised practice in dyads, discussion of supervisees’ own schemas. About 24 hours of the total workshop time will be spent in dyadic practice.
The workshops will cover:
Schema Therapy - Basic Model (3 days)
- Schemas and coping Styles Defined
- Assessment including interviews, imagery and inventories
- Case Conceptualisation in Schema Terms
- Psycho-education about needs and rights of children, schemas and coping styles
- Temperamental Factors
- Treatment Formulation in Schema Terms
Schema Treatment Interventions
- Limited Reparenting
- Empathic Confrontation and Limit Setting
- Cognitive Techniques including diaries and flashcards
- Experiential Techniques including imagery, imagery rescripting, linking schemas with early childhood experiences, limited reparenting in imagery
- Schema dialogues and chairwork
- Behavioural Change Strategies and homework assignments
- Dealing with therapist’s schemas when applicable
The Mode Model: mode work with personality disorders including BPD (3 days).
Schema Modes Defined and Differentiated from Schemas and Coping Styles Assessment of Modes using interviews, imagery and inventories Psycho-Education Case Conceptualistion in Mode Terms Treatment Formulation in Mode Terms.
Schema Mode Work
- Limited Reparenting With Child Modes
- Imagery and Imagery Rescripting
- Mode Dialogues and Chairwork
- Empathic Confrontation and Limit Setting for Maladaptive Coping Modes
- Cognitive Techniques including Flashcards
- Behavioural Change Strategies
- Dealing with Therapist’s schema modes when applicable
The Mode Model applied specifically to the modes that characterise most patients with BPD.
Mode work with Narcissism (3 days)
The Mode Model applied specifically to the modes that characterise most patients with NPD including dealing with Therapist’s schema modes when applicable
If time permits: group schema therapy; schema therapy with patients with forensic histories; Axis I Disorders such as Eating Disorders , PTSD, OCD depending on the interests of the participants.
The key components covered under each topic above is drawn from and compliant with the 2014-2015 ISST Minimum Certification Training Programs Content (www.isstonline.com)
If you are interested in attending, please contact us.