Schema Therapy - Beyond the Basics" in Auckland, New Zealand

Date/s: August 14th-16th 2019

Venue: Quality Hotel Parnell, 10-20 Gladstone Rd, Parnell, Auckland 1052

Course Presenter: Dr Robert N. Brockman (Clinical Psychologist; ISST Accredited Supervisor & Trainer)

Course Fee: 749AUD (Lunch, Morning/Afternoon tea provided)

Focus of the course: This workshop will assist those with some background in Schema Therapy in developing and fine-tuning their skills and overcoming treatment roadblocks. The workshop will specifically cover challenging issues in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) as well as Narcissistic and Cluster C personality disorders. This will include time allocated to difficult presentations of detached protector and Inner-Critic parent modes. Participants will also have extensive opportunity to practice experiential exercises including imagery rescripting and chair-work. This training is accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy as three days advanced schema therapy training for the purpose of individual accreditation.

Places are strictly limited to 18-20 participants per trainer to allow for better supervised practice and feedback. Our New Zealand workshops have always reached full capacity so please book early to avoid disappointment.

You can also request an invoice from admin@schematherapysydney.com.au . If you would require us to hold you a place while you negotiate with your employer please let us know via the email above.

Presenter Bio:

Robert has extensive experience teaching and supervising on clinical psychology masters programs in Sydney since 2010. His clinical experience is drawn from both public (e.g. hospitals, community mental health) and private health sector positions (e.g. private practice) in Sydney. Robert is accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy (ISST) as a schema therapist, supervisor, and trainer. He is co-author of the recent schema therapy book “Contextual Schema Therapy” published in 2018. Robert currently holds a research fellowship with Australian Catholic University (ACU) where he researches psychological approaches to well-being. He has a major clinical and research interest in formulation and intervention with complex presentations that prove difficult to treat via standard evidence-based protocols. He is currently engaged in clinical research focusing on extending the schema model into novel populations (e.g. GAD, Eating Disorders, HIV Sufferers, Problem Gamblers, Forensic Patients, and Psychosis.

 

 

For detailed handout regarding the workshop click here

 

 

Registration -Please click on the link below or if you wish to register and hold a place (whilst negotiating with employers etc.) please email Rob Brockman at admin@schematherapysydney.com.au

This workshop will assist those with some background in Schema Therapy in developing and fine-tuning their skills. The workshop will also specifically look at the implementation of treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) as well as Narcissistic and Cluster C personality disorders. Participants will have extensive opportunity to practice experiential exercises such as imagery and chair-work. In addition, time will be allocated to commonly experienced difficulties such as working with the detached protector and parent modes. This training is accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy as three days advanced schema therapy training.

We aim to have 1 presenter for every 18 attendees, allowing participants to have optimum coaching, observation and adequate supervision of skills- places are limited. 

Presenter Bio

Robert has extensive experience teaching and supervising on clinical psychology masters programs in Sydney since 2010. His clinical experience is drawn from both public (e.g. Hospitals, community mental health) and private health sector positions (e.g. private practice) in Sydney. Robert is accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy (ISST) as a schema therapist, supervisor, and trainer. Robert currently holds a research fellowship with Australian Catholic University (ACU) where he researches psychological approaches to well-being. He has a major clinical and research interest in formulation and intervention with complex presentations that prove difficult to treat via standard evidence-based protocols. He is currently engaged in clinical research focusing on extending the schema model into novel populations (e.g. GAD, Eating Disorders, HIV Sufferers, Problem Gamblers, Forensic Patients, and Psychosis).