About the Event
Cognitive Behavior Institute is excited to welcome William C Sanderson, PhD, for a live interactive webinar on: An Introduction to Schema Therapy
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm EST
Credit Hours: 3 Clinical CEs
Schema therapy was developed by Jeffrey E. Young, PhD (2003) for use in treatment of personality disorders (Bamelis el al,. 2014) and chronic DSM Axis I disorders (Carter et al., 2013), such as when patients fail to respond or relapse after having been through other therapies (for example, traditional cognitive behavioral therapy). Schema therapy is an integrative psychotherapy combining therapy and techniques from previously existing therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychoanalytic object relations theory, attachment theory, and Gestalt therapy. Early maladaptive schemas are self-defeating, emotional and cognitive patterns established from childhood and repeated throughout life. Early maladaptive schemas can have different levels of severity and pervasiveness: the more severe the schema, the more intense the negative emotion when the schema is triggered and the longer it lasts; the more pervasive the schema, the greater the number of situations that trigger it.
Schemas therapy can be used in conjunction with standard CBT and has demonstrated clinically effective outcomes in several research studies (e.g. Masley et al,. 2012) with complex client groups (e.g., borderline personality disorder).
9:00-9:15 INTRODUCTION TO SCHEMA THERAPY AND COMPARISON TO STANDARD COGNITIVE THERAPY.
9:15-9:45 SCHEMA ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES
9:45-10:15 UTILIZING THE THERAPY RELATIONSHIP IN SCHEMA THERAPY
10:15-10:45 SCHEMA EDUCATION
10:45-11:15 COGNITIVE INTERVENTIONS TO ADDRESS SCHEMA
11:15-11:45 EXPERIENTIAL STRATEGIES
11:45-12:00 Q & A
*Program does not include breaks
1- Participants will determine the value of using schema therapy for patients with personality disorders as well as those not responsive to standard CBT.
2- Participants will identify commonly seen early maladaptive schema.
3- Participants will apply schema therapy strategies to target early maladaptive schema.
4- Participants will integrate schema therapy strategies into standard CBT to address dysfunctional beliefs.
Dr. William C. Sanderson is Professor of Psychology at Hofstra University (Long Island, NY) where he teaches and conducts research on the nature and treatment of anxiety disorders and depression. Dr. Sanderson is a clinical psychologist with expertise in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, an evidence-based type of psychotherapy.
Dr. Sanderson received his Ph.D. in 1987 working under the mentorship of Dr. David Barlow at the Center for Stress and Anxiety Disorders, University at Albany. He then completed a Fellowship in Cognitive Therapy with Dr. Aaron T. Beck (the founder of Cognitive Therapy) at the Center for Cognitive Therapy, University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Sanderson is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and is presently a Board Member. He has participated on numerous national committees, including the American Psychiatric Association's DSM-IV Anxiety Disorders Workgroup, served as Editor of The Clinical Psychologist, and was the Chair of the American Psychological Association Division of Clinical Psychology's Committee on Science and Practice (a Task Force aimed at identifying and promoting the practice of evidence-based psychological interventions).
Dr. Sanderson has published more than 100 articles (including 7 books), primarily in the areas of anxiety, depression, personality disorders, evidence-based treatments, and cognitive behavior therapy. During the past decade he has been been interested in applying an evolutionary framework to human nature and clinical psychology.
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Bamelis, L. L., Evers, S. M., Spinhoven, P., & Arntz, A. (2014). Results of a multicenter randomized controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness of schema therapy for personality disorders. The American journal of psychiatry, 171(3), 305–322. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2013.12040518
Bishop, A., Younan, R., Low, J., & Pilkington, P. D. (2022). Early maladaptive schemas and depression in adulthood: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 29(1), 111–130. https://doi.org/10.1002/cpp.2630
Dadamo, H., Panzeri, M., Caponcello, D., Carmelita, A., Grecucci, A. (2018). Schema therapy for emotional dysregulation in personality disorders: A review. Current Opinion in Psychiatry: 31(1), 43-49. doi: 10.1097/YCO.0000000000000380
Edwards, D. J. A. (2022). Using schema modes for case conceptualization in schema therapy: an applied clinical approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.763670
Gülüm, I. V., & Soygüt, G. (2022). Limited reparenting as a corrective emotional experience in schema therapy: a preliminary task analysis. Psychotherapy Research : Journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, 32(2), 263–276. https://doi.org/10.1080/10503307.2021.1921301
Renner, F., Arntz, A., Peeters, F. P., Lobbestael, J., & Huibers, M. J. (2016). Schema therapy for chronic depression: Results of a multiple single case series. Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, 51, 66-73.
Tan YM, Lee CW, Averbeck LE, Brand-de Wilde O, Farrell J, Fassbinder E, et al. (2018) Schema therapy for borderline personality disorder: A qualitative study of patients’ perceptions. PLoS ONE 13(11): e0206039.https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206039
van den End, A., Dekker, J., Beekman, A. T. F., Aarts, I., Snoek, A., Blankers, M., Vriend, C., van den Heuvel, O. A., & Thomaes, K. (2021). Clinical efficacy and cost-effectiveness of imagery rescripting only compared to imagery rescripting and schema therapy in adult patients with ptsd and comorbid cluster c personality disorder: study design of a randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.633614
Young, J. E. & Klosko, J. S. (2003). Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide. NY: Guilford Press.
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