Training DVDs

Fine Tuning Imagery Rescripting DVD series: Trailer 1

Training DVDs

"Fine Tuning Imagery Rescripting" 3- disk DVD. 

This DVD is now available to purchase at or Susan Simpson also has copies available for purchase in the UK. We also hope to also be able to provide a video download later in the year.  35 imagery-based scenes are included in the DVD set, displaying the skills of three experienced therapists- Remco van der Wijngaart (Netherlands); Chris Hayes (Australia); and Susan Simpson (Australia).

"Fine Tuning Chair Work" 3- disk DVD. 

This DVD is now available to purchase at or Susan Simpson also has copies available for purchase in the UK.This series demonstrates various forms of chair-work that could be readily integrated and utilized within schema therapy practice. In addition, several scenes demonstrate the use of chair work in non-schema therapy situations, such as within cognitive behaviour therapy and working with addictions. This resource aims to provide those beginning to use chair work in Schema Therapy a solid foundation to develop skills. It addition, it provides more experienced therapists with methods to manage more difficult and challenging situations that are typically observed in clinical contexts. 34 chair work based scenes are included, displaying the skills of four experienced Schema Therapists: Chris Hayes (Australia); Remco van der Wijngaart (The Netherlands); Sally Skewes (Australia); and Kirsty Gillings (United Kingdom)


"Schema Therapy Step-by-Step" USB

This production follows the whole process of schema therapy from the first to the last session. Although in the course of the curriculum you do learn what the various components of schema therapy are, the application of these components in the different phases of therapy often raises questions. The purpose of this production is to familiarize novice therapists with all aspects of schema therapy. The treatment of a client with a Borderline Personality Disorder is shown in 91 scenes. All steps of the schema therapy process are shown. It starts by making a case conceptualization, introducing schemas and modes, discussing the results from the questionnaires and using experiential techniques in this phase. To teach therapists how to recognize schemas and modes, scenes are demonstrated in short fragments. Methods and techniques are then shown in the different phases of the treatment; from the beginning to the end of therapy. The application of these methods and techniques at the end of the therapy and the strengthening of the Healthy Adult are also demonstrated.

Finally, there are various exercises in which the viewer is invited to consider how he/she would better deal with the session which was shown. This production can be used as an integral part of a course on schema therapy or as a supplement to supervision.