This DVD-series show 4 experienced Schema Therapis work with schema modes in 4 patients with different personality disorders; Borderline Personality Disorder with Antisocial Traits; Narcissistic PD with Paranoid Traits; Obsessive-Compulsive PD with Avoidant traits; and Dependent PD. The DVD’s illustrate various schema modes in these patients, and show how the therapists use some of the most important Schema Therapy interventions.
This specialized three-disc DVD series solely on Imagery Rescripting aims to provide a solid foundation of skills for those beginning to use imagery work in their practice. In addition, it provides more experienced therapists with examples of managing difficult and challenging situations typically observed in clinical contexts.
This 3 DVD series aims to provide an overview of the specific methods and adapted techniques that are suitable for treating the Avoidant, Dependent and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder patients and to emphasise the differences in therapy style pertaining to each specific disorder. By showing interventions both at the start and at the end of therapy, the viewer can see how the therapist also changes his/her style and technique over the course of the therapy.
This three-disk DVD 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).