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Mon, 04 Mar


Drummoyne Oval Pavilion

Distinguishing Between Complex trauma & BPD: implications for Schema Therapy

A 2 day masterclass on Schema Therapy for developmental trauma. Topics include differentiation between complex trauma & BPD diagnoses, working with the underlying schemas of each, the Polyvagal theory and phases of intervention and ST techniques for dissociation, nightmares & avoidant coping modes.

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Distinguishing Between Complex trauma & BPD: implications for Schema Therapy
Distinguishing Between Complex trauma & BPD: implications for Schema Therapy

Time & Location

04 Mar 2019, 9:30 am – 05 Mar 2019, 4:30 pm

Drummoyne Oval Pavilion, Bayswater St, Drummoyne NSW 2046, Australia


About the event




2 Days: March 4th-5th 2019 $550.00 + GST


    Rita Younan, ISST Certified Supervisor-Trainer in Scema Therapy for Groups and Individuals

    Dr Younan is also the program director of the Schema Therapy and department at The Victoria Clinic which provides an extensive Group Schema Therapy Program for Complex Trauma in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.

    Dr Younan has worked closely with The Schema Therapy Institute Midwest, (the authors of the Group Protocol in Schema Therapy, namely Professor Joan Farrell & Ms Ida Shaw) in developing the group programs offered at The Victoria Clinic. Dr Younan is also involved in a number of research projects to test the efficacy of the Group Schema Therapy Programs in collaboration with the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest. These results were presented at The World Congress for Cognitive Behavioural Therapies in 2016 and as an Honorary guest at the ISST conference in Vienna, Austria, 2016.

    Lynda Parry, ISST Certified Supervisor-Trainer in Schema Therapy for Individuals

    Lynda has specialised in using Schema Therapy with Complex Trauma under the supervision of Dr Joan Farrell, Training Co-Ordinator of ISST and Clinical Psychologist, Research and Training Director of the Center for Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment and Research, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Joan is the author of a number of books on Schema Therapy including The Schema Therapy Clinician’s Guide, Wiley Blackwell, 2014.


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