Working with Modes: Embracing Complexity & Achieving Integration

This one-day course will explain the concept of ‘modes’, which are different aspects of our personality that are activated in different situations and by particular triggers. Typical modes you will encounter in the consulting room include the Critic (a client’s self-critical thinking, which may be an ‘introject’ of a harsh or overly critical parent), Vulnerable Child (the emotional, developmentally young part of them that carries all of their early wounding) and Detached Protector (the part that protects them from overwhelming emotion by detaching, disconnecting or dissociating).

On this one-day workshop you will learn:

  • And introduction to the theory and practice of schema therapy, as well as how to assess and understand your clients’ schemas

  • How to assess and formulate your clients’ modes, as well as specific techniques such as imagery and chair work for working with key modes

  • Why schema therapy evolved from Jeffrey Young’s initial model, focusing on one core schema, to the more nuanced, complex and sophisticated mode model practised by schema therapists around the world today

  • How an understanding of modes will help you conceptualise and feel comfortable working with even the most complex presentations, such as Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, as well as problems with dissociation and dissociative disorders such as Dissociative Identity Disorder

  • Having completed the workshop, you will be able to apply all of these concepts and techniques in your practice and will gain increased confidence in working with even the most challenging and complex cases

Through a combination of didactic teaching, small group work, discussion, video/live demonstrations and skills practice, you will gain confidence in using these highly effective ways of formulating problems and key techniques to help your own clients, whichever setting or modality you work in. All of my Schema Therapy Skills workshops are taught to small groups (maximum six participants), which allows for plenty of time and space for questions, discussion or help with your most challenging problems and cases.

Cost: £180 including all refreshments, training materials and CPD certificate

Next date: 21st June 2019

Working with Modes
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