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Schema Therapy has been designed meet the challenges of treating disturbed people, including those with chronic mood disorders and personality disorders and other complex difficulties. The approach introduces the innovative ways in which Schema Therapy incorporates proven cognitive-behavioural techniques and expands on them with elements of other widely practiced therapies, emotive techniques and therapeutic relationship. Randomised trials have provided a considerable base of evidence for the effectiveness of the approach which can be incorporated into existing modes of clinical practice.
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce this therapy with a practical emphasis on learning and using experiential techniques such as schema attunement, chair-work with modes, limited re-parenting for childhood experiences and sentence completion for emotional learning. The day is broken up into four sessions in which each session will introduce a skill to be practiced by participants. Skills practice is followed by discussion of the technique and its potential clinical applications.
This workshop provides a ‘taste menu’ of what Schema Therapy can offer as a clinical resource the people you treat. Basic training in this therapy is three days, but this this one-day workshop allows you to understand the approach, use some of the most recognized therapeutic interventions and see what works for you as a therapist.
Feedback form Prof Stevens' recent presentations of this workshop:
“Professor Stevens is a genius! So amazing to hear a researcher who also works directly with clients, is engaging and excited about his work. My brain hurt by the end of the day in a very good way.”
“Excellent linking of Schema Therapy to other therapies and good learning experience - both practical and theoretical.”
“What a delightful way to learn! Bruce is such a professional and be includes his enthusiasm for the topic within a structured format which built our knowledge and skill throughout the day!”
“Bruce was the most passionate and knowledgeable presenter I have ever come across at a workshop. Very, very powerful!!!
“Bruce has a lovely, passionate manner to help engage us in our learning. Thank you.”
“Very, very, very good – that’s it!”
“Bruce is a great speaker and very encouraging when it came to ‘clunckily’ trying to use the techniques. This workshop was incredibly interesting and highly relevant to my work with children, adolescents and families.”
“Bruce is a very entertaining character and delivered the material in a professional manner with lots of examples to help with the application of the therapy. Will be looking out for further training presented by Bruce.”
“Enjoyed the role plays and exercises very much – presenter was funny and lively whilst I learned so much.”
Our continuing professional development events meet the quality standard recognised by many relevant
professional associations including psychology, social work, occupational therapy, mental health
nursing, community work, counselling, psychotherapy and more.
This event provides 6 hours of live interactive training and participants are required to complete the quiz in order to retrieve their certificate of completion.
We recommend checking with your association for the correct calculation of points for this event.
|Handout 1 - "The way we are wired " (1.4 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Handout 2 : Young's Schema's synopsis (155.1 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|Handout 3 - Presenter slides (1.7 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Professor Bruce A Stevens (PhD, Boston U, 1987) is an endorsed clinical and forensic psychologist. He previously held the Wicking Chair of Ageing and Practical Theology and was director of the Centre for Ageing and Pastoral Studies at Charles Sturt University/St Marks Canberra. He is an advanced trainer and supervisor in both individual and couples therapy with the International Society of Schema Therapists. He has written ten books with the most recent: with the most recent Contextual Schema Therapy (2018) with New Harbinger. He has seen patients at Canberra Clinical and Forensic Psychology for over 25 years and has given professional workshops throughout Australia including regional areas. The workshop topics include Marketing Forensic Practice, Cross-examination in Court, Mindfulness with Personality Disordered, Therapy with Difficult Couples and Schema Therapy for Couples. He was convenor of the clinical psychology training program at the University of Canberra from 2010-2014 with over 60 graduate students
Registration fee: $199
Recorded version available to view for 3 months after event.
Attendance Certificate for 6 hours of interactive training.
Additional viewer: $99
Watch the event with the Primary Participant as part of a group (on same device)
Attendance Certificate for 6 hours of interactive training.
This seminar provides 6 hours for CPD points.
Reminders will be sent prior to your live webcast event with a link to your account at https://www.pdp-catalogue.com.au where you will see your purchased webcasts.
You will need a steady internet connection, and a device such as a computer, tablet or phone upon which to view and participate.
“Helping difficult people requires powerful techniques - Schema therapy offers a range of techniques and interventions that can be used within existing clinical practice.” Professor Bruce A Stevens
Benefits of this training:
Morning Session (includes a short morning tea break)
Afternoon Session (includes a short afternoon tea break)
Evaluation and quiz - your payment includes a quiz which when completed with a minimum of 80% correct answers, will enable you to download your Attendance Certificate.
To complete the quiz, please log into your account at pdp-catalogue.com.au and click the orange "Certificate" button under the program's title.
For live webcasts, post-tests must be completed within one month of viewing the program.
This seminar has been designed to extend the clinical knowledge and applied skill of Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Coaches, Psychologists, Hypnotherapists, Social Workers, Community Workers, Mental Health Nurses and Psychiatrists.
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