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Self-Practice Self-Reflection Workshop with Joan Farrell & Ida Shaw

  • 20 Jun 2015
  • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM (UTC-04:00)
  • The Schema Therapy Institute, London, The Courtyard, Fulham Palace Bishop’s Avenue, London SW6 6EA

This workshop is appropriate for both new and more experienced Schema Therapists, this workshop aims to deepen the therapist’s knowledge of their own Schemas and Modes and understand their operation in the treatment room. This self awareness will help move the therapist towards the genuine, open presence required for limited re-parenting. Schema Self-therapy offers personal benefits in terms of self awareness and healing for the therapist’s own Vulnerable Child mode. What we learn from our own experiences cannot be taught by classroom teaching and for this reason Schema Training in a group is a requirement for ISST Group Schema training certification, and this workshop fulfills that requirement. It can also be used to meet the three supervision hours credit to meet individual Schema Training certification supervision requirements.

Trainers: Joan Farrell,Ph.D. & Ida Shaw, M.A.  

Both Joan Farrell, PhD and Ida Shaw, M.A are advanced level International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) Certified Trainer/Supervisors in individual and group Schema Therapy. Ida holds the same in Child and Adolescent Schema Therapy. Together they direct the Indianapolis Centre of Schema Therapy Institute, Midwest  Joan is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, an adjunct professor of clinical psychology, at Purdue University (IUPUI) and was a faculty member of the Indiana University School of medicine (IUSM), in Psychiatry for 25 yrs. She is Research director and Ida is Training Director of the Centre for BPD Treatment and Research of the Indiana University School of Medicine/Midtown CMHC. Ida’s expertise in experiential psychotherapies and her graduate degree in developmental psychology add critical elements to their work. Joan is a member of the ISST Executive Board and the Coordinator for Training and Certification. 

They have written numerous book chapters and two books on ST and are currently working on: Learning Schema Therapy from the Inside –Out: A Self-practice Self-reflection Workbook for Guilford, June 2016 release date

For more information:Dr. Agnes Sullivan, Director

Telephone 020 7384 9155

Email: info@schemainstitute.co.uk

Website: www.schemainstitute.co.uk 

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