JUNE 24 - 26, 2021 / WORLDWIDE
This is a live follow-up from the 2020 ISST Virtual Summit's selection on online therapy, with updates on developments since May 2020.
Breaking the Virtual Wall - Part 1: Delivering Online Schema Therapy:
Online Therapy has been rapidly expanding during the last few years as technological advancements allow for more stable and secure platforms for online communication. However, as the world is socially distancing due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Online Therapy has become the only way to provide therapy. The shift from in person traditional therapy setting to the online environment, not only involves technological adjustments, but also many clinical adjustments in order to ensure therapeutic alliance is maintained. Schema Therapy strategies provide therapists a wealth of opportunity to bypass the virtual wall and physical distance. In our webinar we will cover the following topics:
1. Highlights for keeping the therapeutic frame
2. Clients' Modes and Schemas activations due to the online environment, and the opportunity to address them through limited reparenting interventions.
3. Adapting the experiential strategies and creating a real sense of connection in the virtual setting
Breaking the Virtual Wall - Part 2: Enhancing awareness of therapist barriers in Online Schema Therapy
Since the onset of Covid 19, therapists around the world have taken up telehealth at lightning speed. However, we have seen significant variations in therapist willingness and comfort in the use of telehealth, particularly for an emotionally focused therapy such as Schema Therapy. In this webinar, we will cover these topics:
1. Explore individual therapist schemas activated when delivering telehealth
2. An experiential exercise to identify therapist schemas and understand how they impact on confidence and delivery of telehealth
About the Presenter
Hagara Feldman is an accredited Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) specialist and an Advanced Schema Therapist and Supervisor. Since 2009 she has been practicing schema therapy and has received the ISST certification in 2013. Over time schema therapy became the solid foundation of her therapeutic practice, integrating with CBT and with some ideas and interventions from additional experiential focus therapies (EFT, AEDP).
She has practiced CBT in both the public and the private sectors, in mental health and in bariatric services. Since 2007 she has been providing therapy in her private practice based in Kfar-Saba, Israel. She specializes in Axis I disorders, personality disorders, work with holocaust survivors and LGBT related issues. Hagara supervises clinicians and students from varied training programs for Schema Therapy and CBT in Israel. She has extensive experience with a wide range of patients from different cultures, in and outside of Israel (on-line).
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Why Schema Therapy?
Schema therapy has been extensively researched to effectively treat a wide variety of typically treatment resistant conditions, including Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Read our summary of the latest research comparing the dramatic results of schema therapy compared to other standard models of psychotherapy.