Schema Therapy Scotland is pleased to introduce a 1-day ZOOM interactive workshop on Enhancing Experiential Techniques.
This masterclass is suitable for anyone interested in using Imagery Rescripting and Chairwork as part of their clinical practice.
This training provides participants with an opportunity to deepen their practice imagery rescripting and chairwork skills. The success of experiential techniques relies upon providing the optimal corrective emotional experience. Participants will learn skills to enhance emotional attunement, increase the specificity of their interventions and manage difficult and challenging situations typically observed in clinical contexts. The workshop will utilise live demonstrations and newly developed imagery re-scripting and chairwork video teaching resources, allowing participants the opportunity for practical experience and guidance. Participants will receive handouts that they can use in their clinical work. This workshop will be suited to those with some familiarity with experiential techniques within their therapeutic modality of choice.
Participants will receive handouts that they can use in their clinical work.
Dr Kirsty Gillings: Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Advanced Level Certified Schema Therapist & Supervisor
Kirsty currently works full time in the NHS and provides private supervision in schema therapy. Her areas of special interest are complex trauma, addictive behaviour and psychosis. She maintains an active research profile through collaborations with the University of Dundee and NHS partners. In addition to schema therapy, she uses cognitive-behavioural and body-focused approaches in her clinical work, including mindfulness and sensorimotor psychotherapy. To see more of Kirsty’s work, see the “Fine Tuning Chair Work” 3- disk training DVD. For more information, please visit: http://www.schematherapyscotland.com/training-dvds/
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