Schema therapy is widely used for both personality disorders and long-lasting clinical syndromes. Waiting lists for schema therapy are still increasing. So far research have focussed on long-term schema therapy, however not all patients do need long-term schema therapy. Currently research is also starts to focus on time-limited ST.
In this interactive workshop participants will learn to work with time-limited schema therapy ranging from 10 sessions to 50 sessions. Examples of questions which will be addressed: what is the need of the patient and can that be addressed in time-limited therapy? How to create a time-limited ST specifically for this patient (person-based time-limited schema therapy)? How to keep focussed? When to have more sessions? When is it enough and how to end schematherapy?
Aika: 8.-9.6.2023 klo 9.00–16.00
Paikka: Helsinki keskusta
* Becoming aware of how schemas and modes influence the way we work in time-limited ST
* Feeling able to give person-based time-limited ST versus using time-limited protocols
* Pitfalls, tips and tricks for time-limited ST
Suitable for anyone with a psychotherapist degree or equivalent.
Kouluttajat: Michiel van Vreeswijk, MSc is clinical psychologist and CEO of G-kracht Mental Health Care Institute, The Netherlands. He is a certified supervisor and personal therapist in cognitive behavioral therapy (VGCt), certified supervisor schematherapy individual and group schema therapy (ISST, Dutch society of ST) and specialist group therapy (Dutch society of group psychotherapie: NVGP). Michiel gives long-term and time-limited schema individual and group therapy. Michiel van Vreeswijk gives regularly schema therapy workshops/ supervision/ personal therapy in the Netherlands and worldwide. He is (co-) author/ editor of several schema books/ chapters/ articles.
Hinta: 360€ + alv 24% (yht. 446,40€)
Kognitiivisen psykoterapian yhdistyksen jäsenille 340€ + alv 24% (yht. 421,60€).
Teaching methods (Powerpoint/Keynote/Prezi presentation, video/digital demonstration, role play, etc.)
70% of the workshop will be focused on experienced based learning by the participants of the workshop via imagery exercises, role play and chair technique. 30% of the workshop will be used for Powerpoint and giving examples as role model.
Relevant background readings about the topic (Chapters, research papers, guidelines etc.)
Vreeswijk, van, M. F. & Skewes, S. (2020). Online Therapies for PD Patients: The use of Secure Nest in (blended) schematherapy: an online tool for limited reparenting and bridging the gap between the therapist’s room and the patient’s daily life. ESSPD Academy Newsletter, (June), 4-5.
Vreeswijk, van, M. F., Spinhoven, Ph., Zedlitz, A. M. E. E., & Eurelings-Bontekoe, E. H. M. (2019). Mixed results of a pilot RCT of time-limited schema mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and competitive memory therapy plus treatment as usual for personality disorders. Personality Disorders Theory Research and Treatment. doi: 10.1037/per0000361
Skewes, S. A., Samson, R. A., Simpson, S. G. & van Vreeswijk, M. (2015). Short-term group schema therapy for mixed personality disorders: A pilot study. Front. Psychol., 22 January 2015 | doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01592.
Simpson, S. G., Skewes, S. A., van Vreeswijk, M. & Samson, R. (2015). Commentary: Short-term group schema therapy for mixed personality disorders: an introduction to the treatment protocol. Frontiers in Psychology, section Psychology for Clinical Settings.
Vreeswijk, M. F., van, Spinhoven, Ph., Eurelings-Bontekoe, E. H. M., & Broersen, J. (2012). Changes in symptom severity, schemas and modes in heterogeneous psychiatric patient groups following short term schema cognitive behavioural group therapy. A naturalistic pre-post treatment design in an outpatient clinic. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, DOI: 10.1002/cpp.1813.
Simpson, S. G., Morrow, E., Vreeswijk, van, M. F., & Reid, C (2010). Group Schema Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Pilot Study.
Vreeswijk, van, M. F., Broersen, J. & Schurink, G. (2014). Mindfulness and Schema Therapy: A Practical Guide. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-118-75317-0