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Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists

This unique resource helps therapists build their skills in schema therapy (ST) by applying ST techniques to themselves and reflecting on the experience. Designed for use by individuals or groups, the book harnesses the power of self-practice/self-reflection (SP/SR), an evidence-based training strategy. Twenty modules take therapists step by step through using ST to address a professional or personal problem--from establishing safety and creating a self-conceptualization to implementing mode change work, including cognitive, experiential, and behavioural pattern-breaking interventions. In a convenient large-size format, the book is illustrated with vivid therapist examples and features numerous reproducible worksheets and forms for doing the SP/SR exercises. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.

AUDIENCE: Therapists of all levels of experience, including clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, counsellors, and psychiatric nurses.

COURSE USE: May serve as a text in graduate-level courses on schema therapy.

Contents:

  • 1. Introducing Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out
  • 2. The Conceptual Model of Schema Therapy
  • 3. Guidance for Participants
  • 4. Guidance for Facilitators
  • Introduction to the Workbook Modules
  • I. Connection and Safety: Setting the Stage for Doing Self-Practice/Self-Reflection
  • Module 1. Connection and Safety
  • Module 2. Establishing Your Baseline
  • II. Understanding Your Identified Problem Using Schema Therapy Concepts
  • Module 3. Understanding the Development of Your Early Maladaptive Schemas
  • Module 4. Understanding the Development of Your Schema Modes
  • Module 5. Your Schema Therapy Self-Conceptualization
  • III. Planning Change: Self-Monitoring, Problem Analysis, and Goals
  • Module 6. The Operation of Modes in Your Current Life
  • Module 7. Your Schema Therapy Change Plan
  • IV. The Beginning of Change: Mode Awareness and Mode Management
  • Module 8. Awareness of Your Maladaptive Coping Modes
  • Module 9. A Management Plan for Your Maladaptive Coping Modes
  • Module 10. Awareness of Your Dysfunctional Critic Modes
  • Module 11. A Management Plan for your Dysfunctional Critic Modes
  • Module 12. Strengthening Your Healthy Adult Mode
  • Module 13. Reviewing Progress and Planning Further Change
  • V. Experiential Mode Change Work
  • Module 14. Awareness of Your Angry and/or Impulsive/Undisciplined Child Modes
  • Module 15. Awareness of Your Vulnerable Child Mode
  • Module 16. A Management Plan for Your Vulnerable Child Mode
  • Module 17. Fighting Your Dysfunctional Critic Modes
  • Module 18. Healing Your Vulnerable Child Mode
  • VI. Maintaining and Strengthening Change
  • Module 19. Finding and Strengthening Your Happy Child Mode
  • Module 20. Strengthening Your Access to the Healthy Adult Mode
  • VII. Summary Self-Reflection
  • References

Author Bio:

Joan Farrell, PhD, is Co-director of the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest–Indianapolis Center and Research Director of the Center for Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment and Research, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She is Adjunct Professor of Psychology at IUPUI and served for 25 years as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine, where she developed and directed an inpatient schema therapy (ST) program for borderline personality disorder (BPD). Dr. Farrell is co-principal investigator of an international study of ST for BPD underway in five countries and was principal investigator of a study of group ST for BPD, for which she was awarded a National Institute of Mental Health grant. A Certified Schema Therapist Trainer/Supervisor in individual and group ST, she is the Coordinator for Training and Certification on the Executive Board of the International Society of Schema Therapy. Dr. Farrell is the co-developer of group ST with Ida Shaw, with whom she has worked since the 1980s. They provide ST training and self-practice/self-reflection workshops nationally and internationally and have written two prior books as well as numerous book chapters and research articles.

Ida Shaw, MA, is Co-director of the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest–Indianapolis Center and a Certified Schema Therapist Trainer/Supervisor in individual, group, and child/adolescent ST. She is Training Director of the Center for Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment and Research, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, and a member of the Training and Certification Advisory Board of the International Society of Schema Therapy. With a background in experiential psychotherapy and developmental psychology, Ms. Shaw is the co-developer of group ST with Joan Farrell, with whom she has worked since the 1980s. They provide ST training and self-practice/self-reflection workshops nationally and internationally and have written two prior books as well as numerous book chapters and research articles. Ms. Shaw is the main clinical supervisor of an international multisite trial of group ST and supervises the practice component of additional research projects on avoidant personality disorder, dissociative disorders, complex trauma, and child/adolescent treatment.

Review:

“Leading schema therapists Farrell and Shaw draw on their great depth of experience to provide this comprehensive, authoritative guide. As psychotherapists, when our own maladaptive schemas are triggered and we switch into defensive coping modes, our capacity to help our clients becomes significantly limited. Self-practice and self-reflection are fundamental activities for anyone who wants to develop and mature as a schema therapist. The authors offer a clear and accessible account of ST theory and practice that makes it easy to apply, whether we are working with our own process or that of our clients. This lucid book is a valuable resource for therapists seeking to develop their skills as well as trainers and supervisors offering guidance to others.” — David Edwards, PhD, Department of Psychology, Rhodes University, South Africa; President, International Society of Schema Therapy

Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists

Author: Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw

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