As a member of ISST, you can take advantage of the many features on the website. To do so, you must complete the "Double Opt-In" process to enroll on the website.
Outlined are four steps to complete, with details for each step below:
1. Enroll on the ISST website by completing the "Double Opt-In" process
2. Join the ISST listserv below. Please be mindful of two the listserv guidelines. First, never share identifying information about a patient or client. Second, only specific schema therapy events can be promoted or marketed on the listserv. Failure to follow guidelines may result in losing listserv privileges.
3. Post your member profile that will appear in "Find a Therapist or Supervisor" See: DIRECTIONS
4. Participate in Member Forums for Special Interest Groups in Schema Therapy: FORUMS
If you're a member, are you enrolled on the website? If not, please complete the "Double Opt-In" process
1. Have You Enrolled on the Website?
If you have already completed the "Double Opt-In" process, and have enrolled on the website, enter your email address and password below to login to the website.
If you have not yet enrolled, please follow the directions below to complete the three-step "Double-Opt In" process.
Directions to Enroll on the Website
We are required to have every member complete the "Double Opt-In" process before they can enroll on the website and login. If you are an ISST member, take a moment to follow three one-time steps to enroll on the website.
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Why Schema Therapy?
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.