Mon, 10 Aug|
Schema Therapy with Dreams and Nightmares
This Zoom webinar is divided into two 3 hour sessions on consecutive days. Day 1 focuses on working with nightmares and Day 2 on dreams. Young suggested there are two classes of schemas - primary and secondary. Dreams can give access to primary schemas when they are not present in the therapy room.
Time & Location
10 Aug 2020, 12:00 pm – 11 Aug 2020, 3:00 pm
About The Event
Nightmares of PTSD and Complex Trauma often call for a different treatment approach from the usual rescripting of ST. Dreams on the other hand are often a valuable resource for accessing the vulnerable child mode.
In addition dreams play a critical role in memory consolidation including clients' experience in therapy sessions.
Come and learn how to include this in your Schema Therapy practice.
"I didn’t realise that til I asked the questions how many people have bad nightmares. Anyway the really remarkable thing is in the past week I have had 2 clients give me feedback that after only one session that for one client she has ceased having nightmares and for another she was able to gain control over her nightmare so that within it she said she was able to get up and drive away from her assailants. Other clients who have been rehearsing had reported decreased levels of anxiety around sleep."
Daniela Ho Tan - previous workshop participant
Note familiarity with the schema therapy model is essential to gain benefit from this workshop
The webinar will be via Zoom to allow participant interaction and break out rooms to enable skills devlopment. Numbers are restricted to 8 to allow for optimum participation.
ST Dreams & Nightmares webinar