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Self-Sacrifice in the Therapist and it's affect on Emotion Recognition in Patients

by Andrew Phipps, Naiha Seepaul, Craig Gonsalvez, and Emily Rooleht

Andrew Phipps: 

Andrew is a Clinical Psychologist from Sydney, Australia. Andrew runs a schema therapy focussed private practice in the Inner-West of Sydney. He also maintains and research and teaching role within the Western Sydney University Clinical Psychology Training Program. Andrew’s current clinical interests includes the application of schema therapy to chronic depression and anxiety presentations. Andrew also has a research and clinical interest in therapist schemas. Andrew is an accredited Schema Therapist, Trainer and Supervisor. Andrew works with Schema Therapy Training Australia, as well as Schema Therapy Sydney and provides accredited training and supervision.As part of this role he works as a consultant for several mental health services in Sydney


Naiha Seepaul:

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Craig Gonsalvez:

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Emily Rooleht:

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