Official Course Start Date: December 6 2022
Imagery re-scripting is a key aspect of schema therapy and a powerful experiential tool for change. Furthermore, research over the last 4 years has focused on how Imagery Rescripting can be utilized as a standalone treatment for childhood trauma and related PTSD (Arntz, 2013, de Haan et al 2018).
The workshop will discuss ways to enhance imagery rescripting skills within a schema therapy context. Topics covered include; providing a rationale, therapeutic underpinnings of imagery rescripting, the practice of imagery rescripting, ways to improve imagery rescripting in treatment, ways to bypass avoidance and “roadblocks” to effective change. The workshop will allow attendees to observe and practice skills.
Designed and instructed by Chris Hayes, this workshop will focus specifically on how therapists can become skilled in developing strong corrective emotional experiences via Imagery Rescripting, The training will focus on Arnoud Arntz imagery rescripting protocols and discuss recent research findings in the treatment of childhood related post-traumatic stress and associated chronic mental health problems.
- To assist attendees to develop a rationale and therapeutic underpinning of imagery re-scripting
- To introduce imagery re-scripting skills for childhood related trauma
- Provide ways to improve imagery rescripting skills
- Troubleshooting commonly experienced difficulties in imagery work
- Enhancing clinician’s skills in overcoming avoidance and blocks to change.
The course can be conducted in your own time, however, we suggest you complete it over a 6-week period. The training constitutes 16-hours of Continuing Professional Development and will include a 1-hour zoom meeting mid-way through the course with Chris Hayes (conveniently taped for streaming for those that can't make it live). A certificate of completion will also be provided on completion of this course.
Access to this 6-week course will be given for either 16-weeks (standard access) or for 12 months (extended access) from the official start date of (December 6 2022) to allow you time to get through all of the material at your own pace. However, all course readings and materials (downloadable slides and practice scripts) are available and accessible immediately on purchase so you can get a 'head start'.
Extended Access also Available (see below): Some clinicians love to keep access to the learning materials for a longer period of time to be able to elaborate on the learning across time. An extended 12-months access option is also available - see below options for registration.