FRIDAY EARLY AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM 2 (F2SP2): 3.00 PM - 4.30 PM
New Developments in Schema Therapy Part 2
by Michiel Boog, Marjolein Van Wijk-Herbrink, & Richard Vuijk
Title: Schema therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder and Alcohol Use Disorder
Presenter's Name: Dr. Michiel Boog
Title: Schema Therapy in adolescents with externalizing behavior problems: Bridging theory and practice
Presenter's Name: dr. Marjolein van Wijk-Herbrink
Title: Schema therapy as treatment for adults with autism spectrum disorder and comorbid personality disorder: results of a concurrent multiple-baseline case series study
Presenter's Name: Richard Vuyck
Background: To our knowledge treatment of personality disorder (PD) comorbidity in adults with ASD is understudied and is still in its infancy. This study investigates the effectiveness of schema therapy for PD-psychopathology in adult patients with both ASD and PD.
About the Presenters:
Michiel Boog, PhD is clinical psychologist and is a certified advanced level schema therapist (Dutch society of ST) who works at Antes in the Netherlands. He is an expert in the treatment of patients with a substance use disorder. Michiel Boog has worked closely together with Hannie van Genderen and Arnoud Arntz on the development of a schema therapy program for patients with a substance use disorder.
Marjolein Van Wijk-Herbrink:
Marjolein van Wijk-Herbrink is a Dutch schema therapist who obtained her PhD in Schema Therapy with adolescents with severe behavior problems. She works in court-mandated, secure residential care, where she applies individual schema therapy, and trains and coaches youth care workers to work with Schema Therapy based principles and techniques. She is a member of the executive board of the Dutch Schema Therapy association.
Richard Vuijk is clinical psychologist at Sarr Autism Rotterdam, a health care institute for patients with autism spectrum disorders in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. His focus is treating mental health problems in adults with autism spectrum disorders. His research and publications adress the assessment, personality and treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. He is active in the training of psychologists and psychiatrist on diagnosing and treating autism and personality pathology in adults. He developed the NIDA (Nederlands Interview ten behoeve van Autismespectrumstoornis bij volwassenen – Netherlands Interview for Diagnostic assessment of Autism spectrum disorder in adults).
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