Schema Therapy- The Model, Methods & Techniques

Hobart, Tasmania

February 12/13/14 2020

Presenter- Chris Hepworth, Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Advanced Schema Therapist (Perth)


Venue - Best Western Hobart

Catering Details - There will be tea, coffee, and water available throughout the day. Morning/afternoon tea and lunch will be served.

Timing - Workshops will run from 9am to 5pm. Registration from 8.30am on Day 1.

Detailed flyer for the Event

Cost - 3 Days $749 

This workshop will help attendees gain an understanding of the Schema Therapy model and provide an extensive platform for learning new skills and techniques used in Schema Therapy.  The workshop will address both the schema and mode models. The training is skills based, with multiple opportunities to learn complex techniques for working with difficult-to-treat clinical populations. The training will centre around Borderline Personality Disorder and its treatment.

This workshop will still provide you with a good platform for learning and practicing skills, as well as direct coaching of skills therapists often feel less confident in applying.

This training will be capped at 18-20 attendees, allowing participants to have optimum coaching, observation and adequate supervision of skills - places are therefore limited.

Workshops frequently sell out due to the small size of the workshops. If you are interested in registering please click the registration link, or email to hold a place.

About the Presenter

Chris Hepworth

Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Advanced Schema Therapist

Perth, Australia

Chris is a Clinical Psychologist and Advanced level Schema Therapist, Trainer and Supervisor. He has mainly worked for the government specialising in treating personality disorders and trauma, in addition to other mental health problems. He also has a depth of experience in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and has coordinated DBT programs for government services for the past few years. He has a small private practice in Perth, where he provides therapy and supervision. He has delivered training workshops in Australia as well as within South East Asia.