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DAY 2 SCHEDULE

PLEASE NOTE: AFTER YOU HAVE MADE YOUR SELECTIONS with your tier group, your choices WILL BE LOCATED ON YOUR QR CODE ON YOUR NAME TAG. 

DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE CONFERENCE, EACH PARTICIPANT MUST ATTEND THE CHOICES LISTED ON THEIR NAME TAG (NO SWITCHING IS POSSIBLE AFTER april 2, 2020). 

you must check-in to receive your name tag, enter your selections, and to receive your certificate of attendance.

MORNING ACTIVITIES

Sports

6.30 AM - 7.30 AM

Running or Swimming

LOCATION TBA

Join US FOR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MORNING ACTIVITIES: RUNNING (5k or 10K), OR Swimming.

Morning Yoga

7.00 AM - 8.15 AM

AcroYoga
TBA
 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Join us for this light, no-sweat morning exercise, focused on team-building and connection. A change of clothes or shower after is not needed. Bring your own yoga mat. 

CHECK-IN

7.00 AM - 8.30 AM

Coffee/Tea and Check-in

IF YOU DIDN'T PICK UP YOUR NAME TAG previously, YOU MAY DO SO AT THE REGISTRATION DESK. YOUR name tag contains your QR code with a list of your conference selections, and will be scanned to enter and depart each selection.

WELCOME

8.30 AM - 8.45 AM

Welcome from ISST Vice President
by Susanne Vind

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

8.45 AM - 9.30 AM

Keynote Presentation by ISST President

The Power of Limited Reparenting: Complexities and Challenges

by David Edwards

9.30 AM - 10.15 AM

Keynote Presentation
Corrective Emotional Experiences in Schema Therapy: Reflections on Research Findings and Clinical Impressions
by Arnoud Arntz & Joan Farrell

FRIDAY MORNING BREAK

10.15 AM - 10.45 AM

Break
Coffee/Tea/Refreshments

FRIDAY MORNING SELECTIONS (F1)

THREE OPTIONS 

CHOOSE ONE SYMPOSIUM, A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION, A case presentation, OR a HOT TOPIC series

FRIDAY MORNING OPTION 1: CHOOSE A SYMPOSIUM, ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION, OR CASE PRESENTATION (F1)

10.45 am - 12.15 Pm 

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

Symposium 1: ST for Children & Adolescents F1SP1

by Christof Loose, Lard Wockel, Melanie Acherman, Ursula Neumann, Martin Knollman and Margitta Krahmer READ MORE

Symposium 2: SafePath for Teams & Organizations F1SP2

by David Bernstein, Bo Bach, John Louis, Robert Brockman, Dr. Marjolein van Wijk-Herbrink and Theodoor De Kraker  READ MORE

Symposium 3: Part 1: "Playing" in the Therapeutic Relationship: Impact Technique in Schema Therapy; Part 2: Limited Reparenting in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Clients: Spontaneity and Play in the Therapeutic Relationship F1SP3

by Harold Dadomo and Filippo Tinelli  READ MORE

Symposium 4: New Developments in Schema Therapy Part 1 F1SP4

by Marleen Rijkeboer Chair, Christopher Lee, Arnoud Arntz, Duygu Yakin, Johannes Kopf-Beck and Eshkol Rafaeli   READ MORE

Round Table 1: Ethical Implications of Limited Reparenting F1RT1

by Poul Perris, Peregrine Kavros, Vartouhi Ohanian and Lynda Parry  READ MORE

Case Presentation 1: Chair Work and the Four Dialogues F1CP1

by Eckhard Roediger and Scott Kellogg  READ MORE

Case Presentation 2: ST Dreamwork for Complex Trauma F1CP2

by Samantha Flores and Maira Tiscornia Fortunato  READ MORE

FRIDAY MORNING OPTION 2: SKILLS CLASS (F1SC)

10.45 AM - 12.15 PM

SKILLS CLASS 1: REINVENTING The Therapeutic Relationship in Supervision  F1SC1

by Zsolt Unoka and Tunde Vanko  READ MORE

SKILLS CLASS 2: Right Brain to Right Brain Psychopathology: The Neurobiology of Limited Reparenting  F1SC2

by Rita Younan and Ruth Holt  READ MORE

SKILLS CLASS 3: Schema Therapy In Clinical Leadership  F1SC3

by Bas Van Oosterhout and Caroline Truijens  READ MORE

SKILLS CLASS 4: DIFFICULT COUPLES F1SC4

by Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco  READ MORE

SKILLS CLASS 5: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN PATIENT AND THERAPIST SCHEMAS AND MODE MAPS F1SC5

by Galit Goren Gilad  and Itay Shuva-AmiREAD MORE

FRIDAY MORNING OPTION 3: HOT TOPICS (F1HT)

10.45 AM - 12.15 PM

HOT TOPIC SERIES: ATTEND the following SIX

Session 1 - Early maladaptive schemas as predictors for depression severity and treatment response to an ambulant psychiatric rehabilitation programme

by Alexandra Schosser, Gabriele Riedl, Nicole Pritz and Birgit Senft READ MORE

Session 2 - A randomised controlled trial examining the impact of treating core schema memories with trauma focused therapy for individuals with depression 

by Chris Lee  READ MORE

Session 3 - Family Cohesion as a Mechanism Perpetuates Schemas and affects the perception of social support in the relationship between parental conflict and depression level

by Gizem Kavalci READ MORE

Session 4 - Acceptability, Usability and Early Outcomes of a Schema Therapy Based Self-Help Mobile Application for Depressive Symptoms 

by Paola Strolan and Daniel David READ MORE

Session 5 - Working with the sexualized child coping mode

 by Lisa Wright READ MORE

Session 6 - The Role of Early Maladaptive Schemas and Coping Modes in Burnout Amongst Mental Health Nurses: A Replication Story

by Tanya Petersen and Chris Harrop READ MORE

FRIDAY LUNCH

12.15 Pm - 1:30 PM 

Lunch

Onsite: Included for participants.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

by Lars Madsen

1.30 PM - 2.00 PM

PP01: From Negative Parenting to Adult Aspects of Anger: The Mediating Role of Early Maladaptive Schemas 

by Gregoris Simos, Meropi Simou, Sofia Vasileiadou

PP02: Schema Therapy-Informed Social Interaction (STISI) Training for Adults with High-Functioning Autism 

by Elisabeth Friess

PP03: Associations between Early Maladaptive Schemas and Mindful Attention-Awareness 

by Niko Flink, Sanna Sinikallio, Matti Kuittinen, Petri Karkkola, Kirsi Honkalampi

PP04: Reliability and Validity of the Italian version of the Young Schema Questionnaire (YSQ-L3) 

by Marta Panzeri, Chiara Busà, Lucia Ronconi, Alessandro Carmelita, Harold Dadomo

PP05: Schema Therapy in Challenging Populations: Investigating an Innovative Treatment Approach in Treatment-Resistant Comorbid Personality- and Anxiety Disorder Patients 

by Judith Appel, Rosa Pranger

PP06: Eating Behaviors and Maladaptive Schema: A Survey in a Non-clinical Sample 

by Silvia Perrone, Silvia Rosafio, Alessandro Carmelita

PP07: The "Life-trap-Group"  in a psychiatric Day-Clinic: A six session psycho-educational group 

by Matthias Krueger

PP08: Prediction of the Course of Depression with both Early Maladaptive Schemas and Personality Disorder Symptoms 

by Lawrence P. Riso

PP09: Connection between Child Modes and Basic Personality Dimensions, Affective Attachment and Empathy 

by Tijana Mirovic and Daniel Meskovic

PP10: Basic Needs and Schemata in Relation to one another 

by Chino Jose Offurum

PP11: Discriminative Profile of Individuals with a History of Marital Violence: The Role of Early Maladaptive Schemas 

by Kelly Paim, Paula Guths and Gabriela Baldisserotto

PP12: Maternal Schemas and their Relation to Early Maladaptive Schemas (EMSs) in Childhood 

by Leonardo Mendes Wainer, Ricardo Wainer, Amanda Borges Fortes, Cíntia Pacheco e Maia, Elisa Steinhorst and Lissia Ana Basso

PP13: Mindfulness Based Schema Therapy for Eating Disorder: A Case Study 

by Silvia Perrone and Laura Beccia

PP14: Are Schemas Passed on? A Study on the Association Between Early Maladaptive Schemas in Parents and Their Offspring and the Putative Translating Mechanisms 

by Johanna Sundag, Christine Zens, Jürgen Kempkensteffen, Leonie Ascone, Susanne Thome and Tania M. Lincoln

PP15: 3 Easy Steps to Support Vulnerable Child Mode.  Healthy Adult Training 

by Natalia Dikova

PP16: Efficacy of Imagery with Rescripting in treating OCD: A Single Case Experimental Design (Preliminary results) 

by Katia Tenore, Barbara Basile, Teresa Cosentino, Brunetto De Sanctis, Stefania Fadda, Andrea Gragnani, Olga Ines Luppino, Claudia Perdighe, Giuseppe Romano, Angelo Maria Saliani and Francesco Mancini

PP17: Schemas, Modes and Coping Styles in Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 

by Barbara Basile and Olga Ines Luppino

PP18: Schema Therapy Model Applied to Depressed Individuals 

by Barbara Basile, Katia Tenore and Francesco Mancini

PP19: The Effectiveness of Schema Therapy in Treatment of Patients with Emotiogenic Overeating 

by Maria Skryabina

PP20: Dealing with Perfectionism with Schema Therapy: A Case Report 

by Bahar Köse Karaca

PP21: Schema Group for Individual Schemas in Primary Care in the UK 

by Dr Gill Aspin, Dr Sharon Keane, Dr John Owen

PP22: Early Maladaptive Schemas in Borderline Personality Disorder

by Zahraa Almousawi

PP23: Shifting the Judgement-Lifting Self Care: Homework Exercises for Clients that Make a Difference 

by Vanda Brink

PP24: The Effectiveness of the Combination Schema and Imago Therapy on Personal Growth and Couples Stability Marriage 

by Nazanin Honarparvaran

PP25: Understanding the 'Un-understandable': A case study of the use of schema therapy with a psychopathic man in a high secure context

by Lars Madsen

PP26: A Comparison of the Model Between Individuals With Obesity and Normal Body Mass Index: Awareness of Childhood Maltreatment, Early Maladaptive Schemas, and Feeling of Inferiority

by Berkay Çakmak

PP27:  Outside the walls: Implementing forensic schema therapy in an outpatient center

by Michel Schulte Ostermann, and Marie Grützmacher

PP28:  Connect-Talk®, a Schema Therapy Application for Organizational Development & Multicultural Dialog.  

by Multi-Cultural, Multi-Religious & Minority Inclusive Special Interest Group Members:  Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco, Mandy Walsh, and Christian Eigner.


FRIDAY AFTERNOON KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

2.00 PM - 2.45 PM

Keynote Presentation

Beyond Empathy: the Therapeutic Relationship in Forensic Schema Therapy

by David Bernstein

READ MORE

FRIDAY EARLY AND LATE AFTERNOON SELECTIONS (F2 + F3)

THREE OPTIONS

Choose ONE 180 - MINUTE IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP OR two 90-minute SELECTiONS.

FRIDAY EARLY AND LATE AFTERNOON OPTION 1:

ONE 180-MINUTE IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP (F2W + F3W)

3.00 PM - 6.30 PM: CHOOSE ONE 180-minute SEGMENT

In-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS REQUIRE BOTH SEGMENtS (F2+F3)

Workshop 1: Overcoming Therapeutic Impasses in Schema Couples Therapy Part 1 F2W1 
by Travis Atkinson and Poul Perris READ MORE

Workshop 2: Preventing Burnout Part 1 F2W2
by Susan Simpson and Diana Kleijzen READ MORE

Workshop 3: Contextual Schema Therapy and the Four Dialogues:using Chair Work to Resolve Complex Emotions, Challenge Inner Critic Modes and Develop the Capacity for Self-Witnessing and Self-Compassion  Part 1 F2W3
by Scott Kellogg READ MORE

Workshop 4: Schema Coaching for Parents Part 1 F2W4
by Christof Loose READ MORE

Workshop 5: Group Schema Therapy for Unspecified Personality Disorders Part 1 F2W5
by Annemieke Koppeschaar, Maria Rocher and Kasper Nikkels READ MORE
 

Workshop 6: Complex Trauma and Dissociation Part 1 F2W5

by Robin Spiro and Judith Margolin READ MORE 


FRIDAY EARLY AFTERNOON OPTION 2:

ONE SYMPOSIUM (F2SP), CASE PRESENTATION (F2CP) OR SKILLS CLASS (F2SC)

F2: 3.00 PM - 4.30 PM: FRIDAY EARLY AFTERNOON 90-MINUTE SEGMENT

Symposium 1: Improving Healthy Modes F2CP1

by Barbara Basile, Alessandra Manchini, Olga Ines Luppino, Eckhard Roediger and Rafaella Calzoni READ MORE

Symposium 2: New Development in Schema Therapy part 2 F2CP1

by Marleen Rijkboer Chair, Robert Brockman, Michiel Boog, Marjolein Van Wijk-Herbrink and Richard Vuyk   READ MORE

Case Presentation 1: ST of children with conduct disorders, aggressive, & self-harming behaviors F2CP1

by Maria Gallimzyanova and Elena Romanova READ MORE

Case Presentation 2 : Schizophrenia and Schema Therapy in Forensic Work F2CP2

by Christian Eigner and Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco READ MORE

Skill Class 1: Reinventing the Therapeutic Relationship F2SC2

by Rosi Reubsaet, Wiesette Krol and Judith Vanhommerig READ MORE

Skill Class 2: Healthy Adult Qualities F2SC3

by David Bernstein and Limor Navot READ MORE

FRIDAY EARLY AFTERNOON OPTION 3: HOT TOPICS (F2HT)

3.00 PM - 4.30 PM: HOT TOPICS

 Session 1 - The Efficacy of Schema Therapy on Quality of Life,  Marital Satisfaction and General Wellbeing of patients with  Female Orgasmic Disorder (FOD)

 by Amir Askari, Golafrooz Gholamy READ MORE

 Session 2 - Early Maladaptive schemas and psychopathology  in a sample of health professionals compared to  professionals in other fields 

by Samantha Flores Reynoso READ MORE

 Session 3 - Disgust Sensitivity and Early Experiences: An  Observational Study using IWR

 by Olga Ines Luppino II and Alessandra ManciniREAD MORE

 Session 4 - Schema Therapy and Corrective emotional  experience in the context of shared trauma

 by Tijana MirovicREAD MORE

 Session 5 - Pilot Study on Early Maladaptive Schemas and  Personality pathology in substance use disorders (SUDs): An  Indian Perspective

 by Ratnesh Chopra, Gitanjali Narayanan and Pratima MurthyREAD MORE

 Session 6 - Improving The Assessment Of Early Maladaptive Schemas Using the Young Schema Questionnaire 

 by Ozgur Yalcin and Christopher Lee READ MORE

FRIDAY AFTERNOON BREAK

4.30 PM - 5.00 PM 

Coffee/Tea/Refreshments
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FRIDAY LATE AFTERNOON OPTION 1 (F3W)

Part 2 of In-Congress Workshop

Workshop 1: Overcoming Therapeutic Impasses in Schema Couples Therapy Part 2 F3W1 
by Travis Atkinson and Poul Perris READ MORE

Workshop 2: Preventing Burnout Parts Part 2 F3W2
by Susan Simpson and Diana Kleijzen READ MORE

Workshop 3: Contextual Schema Therapy and the Four Dialogues:using Chair Work to Resolve Complex Emotions, Challenge Inner Critic Modes and Develop the Capacity for Self-Witnessing and Self-Compassion  Part 2 F3W3
by Scott Kellogg READ MORE

Workshop 4: Schema Coaching for Parents Part 2 F3W4
by Christof Loose READ MORE

Workshop 5: Group Schema Therapy for Unspecified Personality Disorders Part 2 F3W5
by Annemieke Koppeschaar, Maria Rocher and Kasper Nikkels READ MORE
 

Workshop 6: Complex Trauma and Dissociation Part 2 F3W5

by Robin Spiro and Judith Margolin READ MORE 

FRIDAY LATE AFTERNOON OPTION 2: SYMPOSIUM (F3SP) OR SKILLS CLASS (F3SC)

F3: 5.00 PM - 6.30 PM: FRIDAY LATE AFTERNOON 90-Minute SEGMENT

Symposium 1: Feasibility of imagery in psychopathology F3SP1

by Olga Luppino, Remco Van Der Wijngaart, Barbara Basile, Katia Tenore and Robert Brockman READ MORE

Skill Class 1: Treating Narcissists with Chair Work and the Mode Model F3SC2

by Matias Valente READ MORE

Skill Class 2: Diving into the Therapeutic Relationship F3SC2
by Guido Sijbers, Wiesette Krol and Judith Holland  READ MORE
Skill Class 3: Developing An Attachment Bond with Your Client In An Online Environment F3SC3
by Hagara Feldman, Xi Lui, Sally Skewes, Diana Kleijzen  READ MORE
Skills Class 4: ST for Adolescents and Young Adults after Peer Victimization F3SC5
by Eva DresbachREAD MORE

Skills Class 5: Good Enough Parenting F3SC6
by John Philip Louis READ MORE


FRIDAY LATE AFTERNOON OPTION 3: HOT TOPICS (F3HT)

Session 1: Validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Schema Mode inventory

by Elisa Steinhorst Damasceno and Felipe Goncalves Ferronato READ MORE

Session 2: Maladaptive Schemas in migrants and their stress perception through the questionnaire on stress in the migratory process (MP-MPSQ) and Maladaptive Schemas Questionnaire- Research Version (EMSQ-R)

by Leticia Marin READ MORE

Session 3: Conceptualization for Problem Behavior: Chain Analysis of Modes

by Natalia Dikova  READ MORE

Session 4: Relationship between Early Maladaptive Schemas, Anger, and Aggression

by Iman Askari  READ MORE

Session 5: The Efficiency of Treatment Binge Eating Disorder in Schema Therapeutic Online Groups

by Maria Borisova and Maria Skryabina READ MORE

Session 6: Schema Therapy for Personality disorders in inmates with co-occurring addictions:Differential Changes in Schemas, modes, and symptom distress

by Mads Kalludan KetscherBo Bach READ MORE

FRIDAY FEATURED PLENARY PANEL

6.45 to 7.45 PM

Topic and panelists to be announced.

FRIDAY EVENING SOCIAL EVENTS

EVENING social ACTIVITIES

8.00 to 9.00 PM Harbor Canal Cruise: 1 hour glass canopied boat sailing past the Little Mermaid, Royal Palace Amalienborg, Nyhavn, among other sites. Includes 1 beverage. 

9.00 to 11.00 PM Bistro-de-Luxe Dinner: 2-course dinner with 2 beverages + coffee/tea.

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