Introduction to Schema Therapy - Two day Workshop
|Presenters||Dr Mari Molloy|
|Description||Introduction to Schema Therapy - Two day Workshop
Schema therapy is particularly well-suited for difficult, resistant clients with entrenched, chronic psychological disorders, including personality disorders (such as Borderline Personality Disorder and narcissism), eating disorders, intractable couple's problems, and criminal offenders. It is also effective for relapse prevention in depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.
Schema therapy is an innovative, integrated therapeutic approach, originally developed as an expansion of traditional cognitive-behavioural treatments. The schema approach draws from cognitive-behavioural therapy, attachment theory, psychodynamic concepts, and emotion-focused therapies.
In comparison to cognitive-behavioural therapy, schema therapy emphasises lifelong patterns, affective change techniques, and the therapeutic relationship, with special emphasis on limited reparenting.
The workshop will cover theoretical issues and background however, the focus will be predominantly on practical skills associated with schema-focussed work.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have gained knowledge in:
- Schema Therapy, including theory and background
- The goals of Schema Therapy
- The basis of Schema Therapy for treating and managing complex clients
- When to use Schema Therapy and why
- Practical techniques for how to effectively apply Schema Therapy
About Dr Mari Molloy
Dr Mari Molloy is a registered Clinical Psychologist currently working at the University of Ballarat where she holds the position of Clinic Director and Clinical Program Supervisor within the Psychology Discipline. She is a full member of both the Australian Psychological Society and the College of Clinical Psychologists, and has worked in a variety of public and private health settings throughout her career. Dr Molloy currently operates a private clinic in Geelong which specialises in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder. She also has considerable experience working in the areas of anxiety and depression, domestic violence, sexual abuse, trauma and suicide. Dr Molloy has received training in Schema Therapy from its developer, Dr Jeffrey Young.
|Location||VIC Regional, Australia|
|Venue||Geelong Conference Centre
Adam Court - Eastern Park Gardens, Geelong
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||2 Nov 2012 to 3 Nov 2012|
|Time||9:00 - 4:30 Registration 8:45 am|
|Cost||$320 APS members; $450 Non-APS members; $250 Full-time students/semi retired|
|Organiser||Barwon Branch (Vic)|
|Contact Name||Jane Reynolds|
|Telephone||03 52 294 294 or 52 208 341|