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SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON SKILL CLASS 4 (S3SC4): 4.15 PM - 5.45 PM

Cluster C Playful Child Mode To Tackle Shame 

by Ruth McCuctheon, Wisette Krol




Aims:

To provide schema therapists with schema therapy interventions around the playful child mode to deepen the relationship with cluster C clients and tackle their shame

Teaching Methods:

1) Background theory on shame and play
2) Conceptualisation in a Schema Therapy framework using clinical cases 3) Videos
4) Role-play demonstrations
5) Role-play/imagery exercises for the participants
6) Guided silent imagery for the participants
7) Imagery exercises to do in pairs (participants)

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this workshop, participants will:
understand better the importance of play and joy in the developing child
understand better how cluster C clients are affected by defectiveness and shame related to a lack of joy and play
be able to bring out the happy child mode in various ways to better connect with their cluster C clients to tackle shame have a better understanding of their own playful child mode and how to work with it with regards to their own shame

Workshop Intended For:

Intermediate (Participants have had basic ST training)

Relevant Background Readings on Topic:

Bettelheim, B. (1987). A good enough parent: A book on child-rearing. New York, NY, US: Alfred A. Knopf.
Lockwood, G., Shaw, I. (2012). Schema therapy and the role of joy and play. In van Vreeswijk, M. J. Broersen, & M. Nadort (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of schema therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 209-229). Wiley-Blackwell.
Schoenleber, M., & Berenbaum, H. (2010). Shame aversion and shame-proneness in Cluster C personality disorders. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 119(1), 197-205.


About the Presenters:


Ruth McCuctheon:

coming soon


Wisette Krol:

coming soon




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