Schema Therapy for Complex Clinical Difficulties and Personality-based problems

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This webinar will provide an introduction to Schema Therapy, with a focus on the schema mode model. The evidence-base for a range of psychological problems including personality disorders will be covered.

Clinical examples will be used to demonstrate a range of Schema Therapy therapeutic processes and techniques. The training is skills-based, with opportunities to practice powerful experiential techniques for change, including imagery rescripting and chairwork.

If you are new to the Schema Therapy, this webinar will provide you with a grounding in the schema mode model and introduce you to key skills for working with complex clinical populations. Schema Therapy is an innovative, integrative therapeutic model which expands on traditional CBT by including elements of attachment and developmental theory, psychodynamic, gestalt and emotion-focused therapies into one integrative model.

This approach addresses clinical problems in a flexible, formulation-driven way, covering 4 main areas: experiential (emotion-focused change), interpersonal, cognitive and behavioural.

Schema Therapy has a strong emphasis on entrenched lifelong patterns, affective change techniques and the therapeutic relationship, using ‘limited reparenting’ as an antidote to unmet needs from childhood.

The effectiveness of Schema Therapy has been demonstrated with ‘personality disorders’ both through completed and ongoing RCTs (including Borderline, Cluster C, Narcissistic, and Antisocial PDs). In addition, recent research outcomes indicate promising outcomes for those with chronic depression, chronic and complex anxiety disorders, ruminative disorders, alcohol dependence and eating disorders.

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Fri, 18/09/2020 – 9:30am to 5:00pm
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Susan Simpson Clinical Psychologist BA(Hons), MPsych (Clin), DClinPsychol

Accredited Schema Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer (International Society of Schema Therapy) Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience using schema therapy with a range of clinical problems, including complex trauma, eating disorders and ‘personality disorders’. She currently works part-time as Consultant Clinical Psychologist for the Regional Eating Disorders Unit (NHS Lothian), and part-time teaching and providing supervision in Schema Therapy through Schema Therapy Scotland (www.schematherapyscotland.com). She is an advanced certified trainer and supervisor in Schema Therapy (individual and group), and has provided many Schema Therapy workshops across Europe and Australasia. Susan has published several research papers on the schema therapy model applied to a range of clinical populations, and has presented her findings at numerous international conferences. She is currently conducting research that is investigating the effectiveness of Group Schema Therapy for complex eating disorders; and the link between early maladaptive schemas and burnout amongst psychologists. For a list of research publications, see: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Susan_Simpson/contributions
 

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