Cambridge Guide to Schema Therapy

Cambridge Guide to Schema Therapy

 
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ISBN13:9781108927475
ISBN10:1108927475
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:350 pages
Size:234x155x19 mm
Weight:650 g
Language:English
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Short description:

A practical guide providing the knowledge and skills needed in the practice of Schema Therapy for novice and experienced therapists.

Long description:
The book provides the reader with a thorough understanding of the model of Schema Therapy, methods and techniques used throughout the process of Schema Therapy treatment. Experienced trainers in Schema Therapy, the authors provide a unique understanding of the questions, challenges, and points of issue experienced by practitioners learning the model. Designed for the practitioner with a specific focus on the theory and practice of modern schema therapy, the book discusses the powerful techniques and cutting-edge developments of the Schema Therapy model, with step-by-step guidance and clinical examples. A comprehensive resource for both students and experienced practitioners providing valuable examples of the model in clinical practice and solutions to the challenges and questions practitioners face in applying the model. Part of the Cambridge Guides to the Psychological Therapies series, offering all the latest scientifically rigorous, and practical information on a range of key, evidence-based psychological interventions for clinicians.

'Besides being a very practical handbook covering all fields of Schema therapy in great detail and in a very structured way, this book has some 'unique selling points': an updated and critical view on the model, a comprehensive overview about the latest research, a detailed description on the spectrum of overcontrolling coping modes. Another strength are the concise instructions on how to build up Healthy Adult mode and how to deal with all kinds of interfering coping modes challenging the therapist - including verbal transcripts - and how to manage the therapy over the course of time. According to their fields of expertise, the authors address specific disorders not sufficiently addressed before in comparable books on chronic depression and anxiety, eating disorders, complex trauma and dissociation and forensic clients. All together a significant and helpful guide for beginners and experienced colleagues. Definitely worth reading!' Eckhard Roediger, M.D., Director, Frankfurt Schema Therapy Institute Germany
Table of Contents:
Part I. Overview of the Schema Therapy Model: 1. From core emotional needs, to schemas, coping styles and schema modes: the conceptual model of schema therapy; 2. Research support for schema therapy; Part II. The Model of Schema Therapy into Practice: 3. Schema therapy assessment; 4. Case conceptualization and mode mapping in schema therapy; 5. Envisioning the road ahead: a model for the course of schema therapy; 6. Intervention strategies for schema healing 1: limited reparenting; 7. Intervention strategies for schema healing 2: cognitive strategies; 8. Intervention strategies for schema healing 3: experiential techniques; 9. Intervention strategies for schema healing 4: behavioural-pattern breaking techniques; 10. Building connection to healthy modes: the healthy adult and happy child modes; 11. Bypassing maladaptive coping modes and working with roadblocks to change; 12. Preparing for termination and the end-phase of schema therapy; Part III. Application and Adaptations for Mental Health Presentations: 13. Schema therapy for chronic depression and anxiety disorders; 14. Working with complex trauma and dissociation in schema therapy; 15. Schema therapy for eating disorders; Part IV. Application of Schema Therapy in Different Populations and Settings: 16. Schema therapy for forensic populations; 17. Group schema therapy; 18. Schema therapy for the schema therapist: improving therapist wellbeing and enhancing client outcomes through the awareness and healing of therapist schemas; 19. Supervision and the supervisory relationship in schema therapy; 20. Schema therapy in the online world; Epilogue: continuing the journey afterword from Jeffery Young, Ph.D., founder of schema therapy; Index.