Schema Focused Therapy: Moving Beyond CBT

Date & time

9am–4.30pm 7 December 2018


Peter Baume Building 42A Room 2.01


Dr Mike Barry Clinical Psychologist

Schema Therapy is an integrative treatment that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioural, experiential, interpersonal, gestalt and psychoanalytic therapies into one unified model. Schema therapy was developed by Jeffrey Young for the treatment of personality disorders and chronic Axis I disorders after he identified people who had failed to repsond to traditional cognitive therapies, due to the long-standing patterns or themes in thinking, feeling and behaving that were resistant to change. This one-day workshop will introduce students to the concepts and practice of Schema Therapy and will include a brief introduction to the use of imagery and chair work to bring about change.

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