Fine Tuning Experiential Skills in Schema Therapy Live 1-Day Intensive
September 6, 2024

The use of experiential techniques is an essential component of schema therapy. Imagery Rescripting offers a structured yet flexible approach to confront and rewrite maladaptive beliefs, promoting enduring positive change and is an essential ingredient to schema therapy practice.

Many clinicians, however, wish to develop greater confidence in using such techniques.

This live intensive training will focus on ways to fine-tune and improve skills related to imagery rescripting techniques. It will be small (under 20 people) and have ample time for role-play and skill demonstration. The training can also be used towards certification in schema therapy.

Learning Outcomes

  • Improve Imagery rescripting skills.
  • Assist skills in managing impasses and difficult circumstances in imagery work.
  • Develop skills in schema mode

Develop skills in working with various antagonists in an imagery context

Skills Videos demonstrating skills in imagery, mode work & chair work will be available to view on demand for 16 weeks following the training.

Training can be used towards Schema Therapy Accreditation.

Training starts at 9 AM AEST (Melb/ Sydney), 7 am AWST (Perth, Singapore, HK)

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Presenter: Chris Hayes, Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Advanced Schema Therapist

International Society of Schema Therapy Board Secretary 2014-2018

Chris is based in Perth, Western Australia. Since 2005, he has been practicing as an advanced Schema Therapist, supervisor and trainer having completed certification in Schema Therapy at the Schema Therapy Institute in New York City (USA) with Dr Jeffery Young. He has presented workshops throughout Europe, Asia and Australasia. He is the Director of Schema Therapy Training Australia.

Presenter: Robert Brockman, Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Advanced Schema Therapist

Rob Brockman, PhD (Clinical Psychologist)
ISST Accredited Supervisor/Trainer

Robert is a clinical psychologist and researcher working out of Sydney, Australia. From 2010-2017 Rob's work life consisted of supervising and lecturing on Clinical Psychology Masters programs (Western Sydney University; University of Technology) and running a small private practice. This practice has evolved into Schema Therapy Sydney the first schema therapy focused private practice to be established in Sydney. In 2018, Rob co-authored the book 'Contextual Schema Therapy'. Rob has been affiliated with Schema Therapy Training Australia for the past 7 years and now regularly provides accredited schema trainings across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong.