Short-Term Schema Therapy for ‘Personality Disorder’ and Complex Trauma: Group and Individual
Date – February 25-26th, 2021
CPD – 12 hours of active CPD
Venue – STEP Scotland, Stirling Enterprise Park, Scotland (TBC)
Cost: £320 (Early Bird Rate if paid by 31/9/20), then £350
Dr. Kirsty Gillings, Advanced Schema Therapy Trainer, Clinical Psychologist.
Dr. Susan Simpson, Advanced Schema Therapy Trainer, Clinical Psychologist.
Who is this workshop for? This workshop is suitable for a range of professionals who practice psychotherapy, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, nurse therapists, and anyone working in mental health. It is especially targeted at clinicians working in the NHS, those working with complex trauma and ‘personality disorders’, and those who are working within a time-limited model.
Over recent years session limits for psychotherapy in public & private insurance mental health care have reduced. In the UK, clinicians within the NHS are required to provide treatments for those with complex trauma and ‘personality disorders’ often within a limited time-frame. This workshop provides training on time-limited schema therapy treatment programs combining group with a limited number of individual sessions to meet these limits. There is growing evidence that using the mode model and the power of Group (&/or Individual) ST short-term treatment can be safely and effectively implemented. This workshop will provide hands-on training in the provision of group &/or individual therapy for mixed ‘personality disorders’ & complex trauma. Further, we will provide a summary of the growing evidence-base supporting Schema Therapy short term protocols for Complex Trauma and ‘Personality Disorders’.
About the trainers:
Dr. Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist and Accredited Schema Therapy Trainer based in Scotland. She recently led a large international study that investigated the role of schemas and modes as predictors of stress and burnout amongst clinical/counselling psychologists and trainee psychologists. Based on this data, several papers have been published in leading psychology journals. For details of her publications on this and other topics, please visit: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Susan_Simpson/contributions
Dr. Kirsty Gillings
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.
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*Please note that this workshop will proceed with a minimum of 6 participants. In the case of insufficient registrations, participants will be given a minimum of 3 weeks’ notice of cancellation or postponement.