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Thu, 20 Sept


The Connection

Schema Therapy & Dreams: Accessing The Vulnerable Child Mode

Dreams have been shown to play a crucial role in memory consolidation. These 2 days will enable participants to utilise dreams as part of their Schema Therapy work with patients. Includes a focus on recurring dreams and nightmares. Basic knowledge of Schema Therapy and modes essential.

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Schema Therapy & Dreams: Accessing The Vulnerable Child Mode
Schema Therapy & Dreams: Accessing The Vulnerable Child Mode

Time & Location

20 Sept 2018, 9:30 am – 21 Sept 2018, 4:30 pm

The Connection, 30 Shoreline Dr, Rhodes NSW 2138, Australia


About the event




2 Days: September 20th & 21st, $550.00

Early bird (until June 30th) $500.00

There will be a half day workshop in May on Schema Therapy and Dreams at The Retreat in Byron Bay. Go to for details


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

    Lynda Parry is a Clinical Psychologist who has been in private practice for 33 years. Originally an early childhood educator she has a passion for developmental psychology which led to 4 years post graduate study and accreditation in contemporary psychotherapy. She has always included patients' dreams in her treatment approach and kept up to date with current research in this area. Lynda presented her paper on Dream Analysis: Is It Obsolete? at the International Psychotherapy Conference in 2010. She is the director of the Schema Therapy Centre of NSW.


    • Schema Therapy & Dreams

    • ST & Dreams Early Bird

      Until June 30th




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