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Updated 04 may 2018

Schema-informed Time-limited CBT:

Formulation and Experiential Skills Masterclass

 

Two-day workshop: 25th and 26th June, 2018

BPS Building, London, EC2A 4UE

 

with Dr Helen Startup and Janis Briedis, Applied Psychologists

This is a unique workshop designed for clinicians with experience in cognitive behavioural approaches (or other allied modalities) who are interested in expanding their skills for working with individuals with complex needs and where there are significant relational challenges, or where the client does not respond to standard treatment. The workshop will cover the fundamental concepts and techniques of schema theory. There will be a practical emphasis on supporting attendees to feel confident in (1) formulating complex presentations via mode mapping, and (2) in the change techniques of: chair work, imagery work, limited reparenting and empathic confrontation.  We will also explore methods for enhancing the ‘Healthy Adult’ mode where individuals have limited positive internal dialogues. We will discuss strategies for their integration within time-limited CBT.

TRAINERS:

Dr Helen Startup is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Senior Research Fellow with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. 

She oversees personality disorder research for the trust and is a founder and co-director of the Sussex Parenting Clinic which is a recently commissioned service set up to support the parenting needs of adults who are seeking help for their own mental health difficulties. 

She is an accredited CBT therapist and Schema Therapy Supervisor and Trainer, and is passionate about improving outcomes for those with complex mental health needs. 

 

Janis Briedis is a Counselling Psychologist and Schema Therapy Supervisor and Trainer, working in private practice in London and having worked in a complex case service in the NHS for over a decade. He is a trained CBT, EMDR, compassion-focussed and sensorimotor therapist working with complex cases. Janis has taught Schema Therapy, CBT, trauma-focussed approaches and mindfulness in the NHS as well as the academic setting, and is a visiting lecturer at a number of universities.

 

 

£345 for two-day workshop (£315 early bird rate before 25th May 2018)

 

 

For more details see: www.brightonpsychologyservice.co.uk/workshops

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Telephone: +44 (0) 77 3493 1562 (Janis Briedis)

 

SCHEMA THERAPY FOR CBT PRACTITIONERS

INTRODUCTION TO SCHEMA-INFORMED CBT: THEORY AND PRACTICE –

two-day workshop in CROYDON

18-19th September 2017

with Dr Helen Startup and Janis Briedis, Applied Psychologists

This is a unique workshop designed for clinicians with experience in cognitive behavioural approaches who are interested in expanding their skills for working with individuals with complex needs and where there are significant relational challenges. The workshop will cover fundamental concepts and techniques of schema theory and therapy including the assessment of schemas, mode mapping, and experiential interventions including chair work and imagery techniques, and strategies for their integration within time-limited CBT.

Early bird rate (until end of August 2017) for the complete two day workshop £325 (£365 thereafter)

For more details see: www.brightonpsychologyservice.co.uk

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Telephone: 077 3493 1562 (Janis Briedis)

Schema Therapy Experiential Skills Masterclass

5-6th february 2018, London, EC2A 4UE

This experiential skills masterclass is designed for therapists with some understanding of the schema model who wish to enhance their clinical practice via the mastery of schema therapy experiential methods. Through live demonstration and group practice we will support attendees to feel confident with imagery work and chair work, as well as the relational aspects of limited reparenting and empathic confrontation.

TRAINERS:

Dr Helen Startup is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Senior Research Fellow with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. 

She oversees personality disorder research for the trust and is a founder and co-director of the Sussex Parenting Clinic which is a recently commissioned service set up to support the parenting needs of adults who are seeking help for their own mental health difficulties. 

She is an accredited CBT therapist and Schema Therapy Supervisor and Trainer, and is passionate about improving outcomes for those with complex mental health needs. 

 

Janis Briedis is a Counselling Psychologist and Schema Therapy Supervisor and Trainer, working in private practice in London and having worked in a complex case service in the NHS for over a decade. He is a trained CBT, EMDR, compassion-focussed and sensorimotor therapist working with complex cases. Janis has taught Schema Therapy, CBT, trauma-focussed approaches and mindfulness in the NHS as well as the academic setting, and is a visiting lecturer at a number of universities.

 

 

Cost: £345 for 2-day workshop (£315 early bird discount until 5th December 2017)

To find out more or to book:

www.brightonpsychologyservice.co.uk/workshops

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or call Janis Briedis on 07734931562

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