Starting from Within: Scheme Therapy

Published on October 8, 2019

Schema Therapy Workshops conducted by Dr Rita Younan

June 2020

for mental health practitioners and students only

Annabelle Psychology is excited to share with you a series of Schema Therapy workshops organised by Annabelle Psychology and conducted by Dr Rita Younan.

Dr Rita Younan is the only accredited practitioner in the Southern Hemisphere to run this training. Those that attend accrue 3 hours of Individual Supervision that counts towards certification in Individual Schema Therapy OR is the fourth day of the basics for those pursuing certification in Group Schema Therapy. Dr Younan has assisted Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw in facilitating this training and has been supervised directly by Joan and Ida for over 10 years.

This series of workshops aim to

  1. ​Facilitate schema therapists’ understanding of their own schemas and modes through guided self-therapy.
  2. Provide an introduction to the theory & techniques typical of Individual & Group Schema Therapy with an emphasis on Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
  3. Demonstrate the techniques and skills used in schema therapy on Chronic Axis 1 Disorders.
  4. Facilitate detailed discussions and to develop an advanced understanding of the application of schema therapy in session.

Starting from Within: Schema Therapy

Date: 12th & 13th June 2020 (Friday - Saturday)

Time: 9.00AM - 5.00PM

This is a self-therapy/ self-reflection workshop for therapists and psychologists.

An important part of training for Schema Therapists is self therapy to understand one’s own schemas and modes, and the role they play in being a schema therapist and the impact of patients’ in triggering schemas and modes.

If you would like to find out more about this workshop or would like to register, visit https://www.annabellepsychology.com/  for more information.

Please e-mail us at appointments@apsy.sg if you no longer wish to receive any communication on our groups therapy, workshop or seminars schedules. 


Category(s):Mental Health in Asia, Mental Health Professions, Support Groups

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