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Schema therapy for self-help and self-improvement

Schema therapy for self-help and self-improvement – Experience Schema Therapy first hand and set yourself free from your Lifetraps and Modes

 

Requirements

  • Willingness to learn and practice.

Description

Schema therapy for self-help

Experience Schema Therapy first hand set yourself free from your Lifetraps and Modes

What you will learn:

  • Principles of success in psychotherapy and self-improvement.
  • What coping mechanisms, how those influence our life and how to replace them with healthier behavioral alternatives.
  • Schema domains-How unmet needs shape our behavior, relationships and overall interaction with the external world.
  • Lifetraps-What lifetraps are, how to detect origins, how lifetraps correlate with certain modes and how to change them.
  • Modes of dysfunctional child and parent modes and how to treat it.
  • Types of interventions and techniques in Schema therapy.
  • Learn how to practice self-improvement and how to use Schema therapy for your self-growth in most effective way.

If you are eager to learn about schema therapy, self-help practitioners.

Coaches, counsellors, parents, teachers, therapists of different modalities of psychotherapy.

According to Psychology Today Schema therapy is a type of therapy that targets schemas, a term used clinically to describe maladaptive patterns of thinking that could cause someone to engage in unhealthy behavior, or to struggle to maintain adult relationships. Schemas are thought to develop during childhood, particularly in children whose emotional and physical needs weren’t met; they may also develop in children who were overindulged or whose parents did not maintain proper boundaries. In adulthood, these schemas are thought to influence an individual’s thoughts and actions in negative ways—leading to behaviors such as avoidance, overcompensation, or excessive self-sacrifice. These behaviors, in turn, can negatively affect relationships and emotional well-being.

The aim of schema therapy is to help the individual recognize their behavior, understand the underlying cause(s), and change their thoughts and behaviors so that they’re better able to cope with relationship challenges or emotions in healthy, productive ways. Schema therapy combines elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychoanalysis, Gestalt therapy, and related approaches. Though it is a relatively new therapeutic modality, small studies conducted so far suggest that schema therapy can be effective, especially for individuals with personality disorders. Because the literature is still fairly limited, however, some researchers caution that more research—especially that which uses randomized controlled trials—is needed to determine schema therapy’s efficacy and the conditions that make it more or less effective.

Who this course is for:

  • Everyone eager to learn about schema therapy, self-help practitioners.
  • Coaches, counsellors, parents, teachers, therapists of different modalities of psychotherapy.

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