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HYBRID CONFERENCE ONLINE AND AT THE TIVOLI HOTEL IN COPENHAGEN

Tap each date below for a specific schedule for June 16 - 18, 2022

To see the conference schedule, tap: SCHEDULE

For a listing of selections, tap: LISTING


DAY 3 SCHEDULE

VIRTUAL SESSIONS NOTED IN BLUE

IN-PERSON SESSIONS NOTED IN RED

IN-PERSON AND LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY IN PURPLE

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. 

YOU MUST CHECK-IN TO RECEIVE YOUR NAME TAG, to ENTER YOUR SELECTIONS, AND TO RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE.

SATURDAY MORNING ACTIVITIES

SPORTS

6.30 AM - 7.30 AM

5K Run

Join US FOR OUR 5K RUN: LOCATION TO BE ANNOUNCED

 READ MORE

MORNING YOGA

7.00 AM - 8.15 AM

AcroYoga

join us for this light, no-sweat morning exercise, focused on team-building and connection. A change of clothes or shower is not needed after. Bring your own yoga mat. Find out more about the exhilarating experience of acroyoga. LOCATION: TIVOLI HOTEL 

SATURDAY MORNING COFFEE/TEA

7.30 AM - 8.30 AM

Coffee/Tea/Refreshments and Check-in 

Check-in is needed to receive a certificate of attendance. LOCATION: TIVOLI HOTEL

KEYNOTES: IN-PERSON AND LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY

SATURDAY MORNING KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

8.45 AM - 9.30 AM

Keynote Presentation

Deliberate Practice for Schema Therapy: An Innovative Method for Training Students and Clinicians

In-person and live streaming virtually

by Wendy Behary & Joan Farrell   READ MORE

9.30 AM - 10.15 AM

Keynote Presentation

On Autonomy

In-person and live streaming virtually

by Jeff Conway READ MORE

SATURDAY MORNING BREAK

10.15 AM - 10.30 AM

Break

Coffee/Tea/Refreshments

SATURDAY MORNING SELECTIONS (S1)

Choose one of two options: one 90-minute selection or the hot topic series.

OPTION 1: One Symposium (SP), Round Table Discussion (RT), Case Presentation (CP), or Skills Class (SC)

10.30 AM - 12.00 PM

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Symposium 1: Schema Therapy for Depression (S1SP1) 

by Arnoud Arntz, Alexandra Schosser, Eckhard Roediger, Marit Kool, Samy Egli & Martin Rein READ MORE

Symposium 4: Cross Cultural Issues related to Schemas and Modes among Iranian Society (S1SP4)

by Amir Askari, Golafrooz Gholamy & Nazanin Honarparan  READ MORE


Case Presentation 1: When the Vulnerable Child is a Different Gender (S1CP1)

by Xi Lui and Ben Callegari   READ MORE


Case Presentation 3: A Schema Model of Induced Child-Parent Attachment Suppression (I-CPAS) aka "Parental Alienation Syndrome" (S1CP3)

by Florian Ruths & Tara Cutland-Green    READ MORE


Skills Class 1: Empathic Confrontation in the Supervisor-Supervisee Relationship (S1SC1)

by Michiel van Vreeswijk, Michiel Boog & Klaartje van Hest  READ MORE


Skills Class 5: A Deeper Look At Cultural Vulnerability (S1SC5)

by Poul Perris READ MORE


Skills Class 6: Trauma Map to Enhance Schema Conceptualization (S1SC6)

by Chris Lee   READ MORE

IN-PERSON & LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY OPTION 1: One Symposium (SP)

Symposium 3: Positive Schemas or EASs: Its Identification and Use in Clinical Settings (S1SP3)

In-person and live streaming virtually

by David Bernstein & John Louis  READ MORE

VIRTUAL OPTION 1: One Symposium (SP), Round Table Discussion (RT), Case Presentation (CP), or Skills Class (SC)

10.30 am - 12.00 Pm

virtual participants may CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Symposium 2: From Vulnerable Child to Vulnerable Infant: Promoting Corrective experiences in very early maladaptive schema patterns (S1SP2)

 by Galit Goren Gilad, Diana Berindei, David Edwards & Maria Nulty   READ MORE



Round Table 1: Multicultural Application of Schema Therapy Concept (S1RT1)

by Kaia Kastepoid-Tors READ MORE


Round Table 2: Gender Differences in Mode Work in Forensic Settings (S1RT2)

by Chris Harrop, Tanya Petersen and Claire Gately  READ MORE


Case Presentation 2: Schema Therapy with Trauma (S1CP2)

by Patricia Escudero Rotman, Chris Hayes and Astrid Ingham Brooke  READ MORE


Skills Class 2: Do Schemas Design a Future Life Script - How Do We Decide Our Future from Childhood and How Can We Change It? (S1SC2)
by Cristina Sterie READ MORE


Skills Class 3: Working with The Soldier Mode (S1SC3)

 by Megan Fry READ MORE


Skills Class 4: Relighting the Fire: Using Chair Work to Reconnect Couples In Schema Therapy (S1SC4)

 by Mathias Valente READ MORE


SATURDAY LUNCH

12.00Pm - 1.15 PM 

Lunch

Onsite: Included for IN-PERSON Participants

IN-PERSON & LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

1.15 PM - 2.00 PM

Keynote Presentation

A Contextual View on the Schema Therapy Relationship

In-Person and Live Streaming Virtually

by Eckhard Roediger READ MORE

2.00 PM - 2.15 PM

Transition Break

SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON SELECTIONS (S2) 

TWO OPTIONS

Choose One of TWO options: ONE 180 - MINUTE WORKSHOP OR TWO 90 - MINUTE SELECTIONS

SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON IN-PERSON OPTION 1 (S2W)

2.15 PM - 3.45 PM: saturday EARLY afternoon WORKSHOPs

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SELECTIONS FOR 90 MINUTES -- PLEASE NOTE SOME WORKSHOPS ARE 90 MINUTES, AND OTHERS ARE 180


Workshop 2: Addiction & Intimacy Disorders: Conceptualization and Connection in the Therapeutic Relationship (S2W2) 90 Minutes 

by Elizabeth Lacy & Christopher Shea READ MORE

Workshop 5: Enhancing Schema Therapy using Body Focused Techniques Part 1 of 2 (S2W5-180)
by Janis Briedis READ MORE


Workshop 6: Schema Therapy with Dreams: An Introduction -- 90 Minutes (S2W6-90)
by Lynda Parry READ MORE


Workshop 7: Learning Healthy Adult Sexuality: Creating a Therapy Relationship Safe Enough to Explore Sexuality (for both the therapist and patient) Part 1 of 2 -- 180 Minutes (S2W7-180)
by Ruth Holt and Mandy Walsh READ MORE


Workshop 11: Mastering the Inner Skills of Schema Therapy: Don’t Be Nice, Be REAL Part 1 of 2 -- 180 Minutes (S2W11-180)

by Wendy Behary & Joan Farrell  READ MORE


Workshop 13: Playtime, Not Shame Time! Tackling Shame for Cluster C with a Phase-Oriented Approach Part 1 of 2 -- 180 Minutes (S2W13-180)

by Ruth McCutcheon, Saskia Ohlin, Wiesette Krol & Rosi Reubsaet READ MORE


SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON VIRTUAL OPTION 1 (S2W)

2.15 PM - 3.45 PM: saturday early afternoon 90-MINUTE of 180-MINUTES SELECTION

virtual participants may CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

Workshop 4: Reparenting & The Therapeutic Relationship: Layers within Layers (S2W4-90)

Available online virtually

by David Edwards  READ MORE


SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON IN-PERSON OPTION 2 (S2)

2.15 PM - 3.45 PM: saturday EARLY afternoon SELECTIONS

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SELECTIONS FOR 90 MINUTES:


Skills Class 2: When the Going Gets Tough: Schema Therapy with Couples. An introduction into a Module-Based, Strategic Approach (S2SC2)

by Eckhard Roediger, Matias Valente, Eva Frank-Noyon & Julia Hinrichs   READ MORE 

SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON VIRTUAL OPTION 2 (S2)

2.15 PM - 3.45 PM: saturday early afternoon 90-MINUTE SELECTIONS

virtual participants may CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

Symposium 2: How to Connect with Self and Others: A Prevention Program Based on Schema Therapy for Children and their Parents in School Settings (S2SP2)

by Roza Laious    READ MORE


Skills Class 5: Building the Happy Child: A ‘Play Temperament’ Focussed Approach (S2SC5)

by Andrew Phipps  READ MORE 


IN-PERSON & LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY (S2)

Skills Class 6: The Healthy Adult in chairs (S2SC6)

In-person and live streaming virtually

by Remco van Der Wijngaart, Hélène Bögels & Julie Krans   READ MORE


SATURDAY EARLY AFTERNOON VIRTUAL OPTION 3: HOT TOPIC SERIES (S2HT)

2.15 PM - 3.45 PM

HOT TOPIC SERIES: ATTEND ALL five sessions VIRTUALLY


Session 1 - Relationship between Early Maladaptive Schemas, Anger, and Aggression (S2HT1)

by Iman Askari  READ MORE


Session 2 - A Qualitative Survey: Schema Therapist's Perceptions of the Influence of their Early Maladaptive Schemas and Modes on Therapy  (S2HT2)

by Pam Pilkington READ MORE


Session 4 - Destined for The Dark Side? Early Maladaptive Schemas as Predictors of Dark Triad Traits and Workplace Dysfunction (S2HT4)

by Simone Ray  READ MORE


Session 5 - Using Patient-Made Videos to Illustrate Modes in Schema Therapy (S2HT5)

by Tarja Koffert READ MORE

SATURDAY AFTERNOON BREAK

3.45 PM - 4.15 PM 

Break
Coffee/Tea/Refreshments Break

SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON IN-PERSON OPTION 1 (S3)

4.15 PM - 5.45 PM: saturday late afternoon WORKSHOPS

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SELECTIONS FOR 90 MINUTES


Workshop 5: Enhancing Schema Therapy Using Body Focused Techniques Part 2

by Janis Briedis READ MORE

Workshop 7: Learning Healthy Adult Sexuality: Creating a Therapy Relationship Safe Enough to Explore Sexuality (for Both the Therapist and Patient) Part 2
by Ruth Holt and Mandy Walsh READ MORE

Workshop 10: Refining Supervision Skills in Schema Therapy 
by Randi Meier Øibakken READ MORE

Workshop 11: Mastering the Inner Skills of Schema Therapy: Don’t be Nice, be REAL Part 2

by Wendy Behary & Joan Farrell   READ MORE


Workshop 13: Playtime, Not Shame Time! Tackling Shame for Cluster C with a Phase-Oriented Approach Part 2

by Ruth McCutcheon, Saskia Ohlin, Wiesette Krol & Rosi Reubsaet   READ MORE

SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON VIRTUAL OPTION 1 (S3)

4.15 PM - 5.45 PM: saturday late afternoon 90-MINUTE SELECTION

VIRTUAL PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Workshop 8: Experiencing the Thunder from the Inside-Out Experiential Work with Children in Schema Therapy (S3W8)

by Gal Geffen & Janine Peckham READ MORE 


Workshop 9: Application of Positive Schemas in Clinical Practice in Schema Therapy (S3W9)

by Daniel Ceballos READ MORE 



SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON IN-PERSON OPTION 2 (S3)

4.15 PM - 5.45 PM: saturday late afternoon 90-MINUTE SELECTION

IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Skills Class 1: Take a Look at Yourself: Building Up a Positive Body Image and Training Self-Compassion in Front of the Mirror (S3SC1)

by Yvonne Reusch READ MORE


Symposium 2: Schema Therapy for Cluster C Personality Disorders: Clinical Trial Designs and Treatment Protocols in Practice (S3SP2)

by Arnoud Arntz, Martine Daniels, Jet Alberts, Katinka de Boer & Birre van den Heuvel   READ MORE 

SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON VIRTUAL OPTION 2 (S3)

4.15 PM - 5.45 PM: saturday late afternoon 90-MINUTE SELECTION

VIRTUAL PARTICIPANTS MAY CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:


Symposium 1: EMSs, Stress & Cardiovascular Diseases (S3SP1)

by Michal Kotian, Milos Slepecky & Antonia Kotianova READ MORE 

Skills Class 3: Dealing with Your Own Addictions as a Therapist (S3SC3)

by Michiel van Vreeswijk, Michiel Boog & Klaartje van Hest READ MORE

Skills Class 5: Draw your Modes! (S3SC5)

by Heleen Grandia READ MORE

IN-PERSON & LIVE STREAMING VIRTUALLY:

Hot Topics (Mini Keynotes)

4.15 PM - 5.45 PM:


Session 1: Codependency and Enmeshment: A Fusion of Concepts

by Jeff Conway & Ingrid Bacon 

Session 2: What are the key therapeutic processes in Schema Therapy?

by Eckhard Roediger 

Session 3: Neurobiological influences of Schemas and Modes

by Sarah Cohen-Woods 

In-person and live streaming virtually: READ MORE


INSPIRE 2022 CLOSING CEREMONY: IN-PERSON & LIVE STREAMING

6.00 PM - 6.45 PM

Join us for the INSPIRE 2022 Closing Ceremony to celebrate the incredible days of connecting, learning, and engaging. We will showcase some local Copenhagen talent to make it a goodbye to remember!

INSPIRE 2022 VIRTUAL DANCE PARTY


7.00 PM - 8.30 PM

Join us for the INSPIRE 2022 Virtual Dance Party, with special performers to help you celebrate your 3 Inspiring Days together with your new and old friends in Schema Therapy! Entertainment to be announced shortly.

INSPIRE 2022 GALA DINNER

7.30 PM - 9.30 PM

Tivoli Gardens

A GALA Dinner to remember at this buffet-style event that includes entrance into Tivoli Gardens.

INSPIRE 2022 DANCE PARTY

10.00 PM - 2.00 AM

Tivoli Hotel

Dance the night away at the INSPIRE 2022 Dance Party! All are welcome, within the beautiful Tivoli Hotel. A special mix of songs will bring you to new depths of connection with fellow INSPIRE 2022 participants!

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