"a new case conceptualization approach: supervisor / trainer skills building"
panel discussion BY jeffrey conway, susanne vind, joan farrell, jeffrey young, david edwards, vartouhi ohanian & Poul perris
Report on New Developments in Schema Therapy Training & Supervision
Chair: Joan Farrell
This presentation will summarize the work of three of the committees of ISST Training and Certification:
1. Development of a revised Case Conceptualization format
2. Development of a ST Supervision Skills Workshop
3. The ISST Quality Assurance Committee
The Case Conceptualization Committee consists of Jeff Young, Jeff Conway, Dave Edwards, Vartouhi Ohanian, Poul Perris and Susanne Vind. They will present the new Case Conceptualization form and report on its piloting.
The Supervisor Skills Development Committee is chaired by Jeff Conway and includes: Elizabeth Lacy, Vartouhi Ohanian, Guido Sijbers, Robin Spiro, Agnes Sullivan, Susanne Vind and Christine Zens. They will present the new ISST Supervisor Skills Workshop, which was developed for the added requirements to become a supervisor-trainer after 2014.
The Quality Assurance Committee is chaired by Susanne Vind and includes Wendy Behary, Vartouhi Ohanian, Yvonne Reusch, Ida Shaw and Agnes Sullivan They will present the projects they are developing, which include the evaluation form for the biannual conference, the continuing education program for certified schema therapists, evaluation of training programs and supervision
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