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The Schema Therapy Bulletin

The Official Publication of the 

International Society of Schema Therapy

The latest issue is available only to active ISST members who are enrolled on the website. Past issues are accessible to the general public.


August 2019

Schema Therapy Bulletin

The latest in Schema Therapy

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Topics: Imaginative Family-Constellation; Schema Coaching for Parents; Schema Mode-Based Family Therapy; Interview with Susanne Vind

December 2018

Schema Therapy Bulletin

The latest in Schema Therapy

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Topics: Schema Therapy and Dreams; Parental Alienation Syndrome; Secure Nest; Narcissism, Shame and Intimacy

July 2018

Schema Therapy Bulletin

The latest in Schema Therapy

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Topics: the Four Dialogue Matrix; Temperament and Attachment in Schema Therapy with Families; Schema Therapy and Autism

April 2018

Schema Therapy Bulletin

The latest in Schema Therapy

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Topics: Gender-Affirming Schema Therapy; Schema Therapy and Latino Populations; Treating Military Populations with Schema Therapy

November 2017

Schema Therapy Bulletin

The latest in Schema Therapy

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Topics: Schema Therapy to Treat the Avoidant Coping Mode in Adolescent; Schema Therapy for Adolescent Anxiety; "Meet the Board: Travis Atkinson"

June 2017

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Latest in Schema Therapy - check out now

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Topics: Working with the Over-Controller Mode; Navigating the Angry Protector Mode in Forensic Clients; Handling Overcompensation Modes; Working with the Self-Soother Mode Temperament and Attachment in Schema Therapy with Families; Schema Therapy and Autism

February 2017

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Latest in Schema Therapy - check out now
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Topics: Cluster-C: From Addiction to Connection; Working on the Healthy Modes and Cluster-C Personality Disorder; Pathological Worry and Rumination; The Problem with Modes and their Measurement; Trauma Special Interest Group; "Meet the Board: David Edwards"

October 2016

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Review of INSPIRE 2016 Vienna World Conference
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Topics: Highlights of INSPIRE 2016 in Vienna: Treating Dissociation; Secure Nest; Enmeshment and the Undeveloped Self; Identifying and Handling Overcompensation Modes; Empathically Attuned Caregiving Mode

June 2016

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Experiential Elements in Schema Therapy
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Topics: Confrontational Interventions; Schema Therapy for Children and Adolescents; Experiential Strategies in Group Schema Therapy; 

March 2016

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Schema Therapy for Couples and Relationships
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Topics: Mode Tracking with Couples; Schema Therapy for Affairs; Extending the Mode Model into an Interpersonal Perspective; Therapeutic Ruptures in Schema Couples Therapy 

October 2015 

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Schema Therapy in Healthcare Settings

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Topics: Using Schema Therapy for Patients with a Cancer Diagnosis; Schema Therapy in Medical Settings; Working with Patients who have a Chronic Illness; Schema Therapy in Dermatology

May 2015 

Schema Therapy Bulletin

Mode work in Schema Therapy

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Topics: Self-Pity/Victim Surrenderer Mode; Strengthening the Healthy Adult Mode; Anger Modes; Dysfunctional Parent Modes

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Schema therapy has been extensively researched to effectively treat a wide variety of typically treatment resistant conditions, including Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Read our summary of the latest research comparing the dramatic results of schema therapy compared to other standard models of psychotherapy.

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