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Author Farrell, Joan M
Title The Schema Therapy Clinician's Guide : A Complete Resource for Building and Delivering Individual, Group and Integrated Schema Mode Treatment Programs
Imprint Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (351 pages)
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Note Intro -- The Schema Therapy Clinician's Guide: A Complete Resource for Building and Delivering Individual, Group and Integrated Schema Mode Treatment Programs -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- About the Authors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- About the Companion Web Site -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.2 The Chapters -- 2 The Basics of Schema Therapy -- 2.1 The Theoretical Model -- 2.2 Goals and Stages of Schema Therapy -- 2.3 Limited Reparenting -- 2.4 The Components of Schema Therapy -- 3 The Integrated Schema Therapy Treatment Program -- 3.1 The Patients: Who Are Good Candidates? -- 3.2 The Group Schema Therapy Sessions -- 3.2.1 The "Welcome" session -- 3.2.2 Schema Therapy Education sessions -- 3.2.3 Mode Awareness sessions -- 3.2.4 Mode Management sessions -- 3.2.5 Experiential Mode Work sessions -- 3.3 The Individual Schema Therapy (IST) Sessions -- 3.4 Options for the Delivery of the Treatment Program -- 3.5 Structural Aspects of the Group Sessions -- 3.6 Assessment and Orientation -- 3.7 The Milieu of the Treatment Program -- 3.7.1 Multidisciplinary teams in intensive settings -- 3.7.2 The physical environment -- 4 The Group Schema Therapy Sessions -- 4.1 General Therapist Tips for Group Schema Therapy -- 4.2 The Welcome Group Session -- 4.3 Five Schema Therapy Education (STE) Sessions -- 4.4 The 12 Mode Awareness Sessions -- 4.5 The 12 Mode Management Sessions -- 4.6 The 12 Experiential Mode Work Sessions -- 4.6.1 Maladaptive Coping Mode sessions (EMW 1&7) -- 4.6.2 Dysfunctional Parent Mode sessions (EMW 2&8) -- 4.6.3 Vulnerable Child Mode sessions (EMW 3&9) -- 4.6.4 Angry/ Impulsive Child Mode sessions (EMW-ACM 4&10) -- 4.6.5 Happy Child Mode sessions (EMW 5&11) -- 4.6.6 Healthy Adult Mode sessions (EMW 6&12) -- 5 The Individual Schema Therapy Sessions
5.1 The Schema Therapy Conceptualization and Goals -- 5.2 The Maladaptive Coping Modes (MCM) -- 5.2.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.2.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions -- 5.2.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 5.3 Dysfunctional Parent Modes (DyPMs) -- 5.3.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.3.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions (Handout: IST-DyPM3) -- 5.3.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 5.4 The Vulnerable Child Mode -- 5.4.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.4.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions -- 5.4.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 5.5 The Angry or Impulsive Child Mode (ACM, ICM) -- 5.5.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.5.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions -- 5.5.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 5.6 The Happy Child Mode -- 5.6.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.6.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions -- 5.6.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 5.7 The Healthy Adult Mode (HAM) -- 5.7.1 Schema Therapy behavioral pattern-breaking interventions -- 5.7.2 Schema Therapy cognitive interventions -- 5.7.3 Schema Therapy experiential interventions -- 6 Training, Supervision, Research, and Concluding Remarks -- 6.1 Training -- 6.2 Supervision -- 6.3 Research on Schema Therapy -- 6.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Index
The Schema Therapy Clinician's Guide is a complete clinical resource for psychotherapists implementing schema therapy, group schema therapy or a combination of both in a structured, cost-effective way. The authors provide ready-made individual and group sessions with patient hand-outs.   A unique resource providing ready-made individual and group schema therapy sessions, linked across schema modes, allowing clinicians to pick and choose what they need or adopt a full integrated individual and group program which can be delivered over a range of treatment lengths from a six week intensive program to a one year outpatient treatment Approaches treatment by targeting maladaptive Schema Modes rather than specific disorders, thus increasing clinical flexibility and ensuring shelf life through changes in diagnostic classification Provides step-by-step instructions and tips for therapists, along with a wealth of unique clinical resources including sample scripts, handouts, session exercises, assignment forms and patient materials Meets the current need for effective clinical treatments that can provide tangible effects on time and on budget
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Farrell, Joan M. The Schema Therapy Clinician's Guide : A Complete Resource for Building and Delivering Individual, Group and Integrated Schema Mode Treatment Programs Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118509173
Subject Psychotherapy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.;Personality disorders -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Electronic books
Alt Author Reiss, Neele
Shaw, Ida A
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