ISST-approved online 40 hrs training program Schema therapy

Organised by Remco van der Wijngaart & Hannie van Genderen


The previous editions of this online training have been extremely well evaluated with positive comments on the roleplayed demonstrations and the amount of practice of methods and techniques. 

The present course aims to familiarize participants with the core elements of schema therapy. This training will be presented online, using Zoom as an interactive platform that allows for practical demonstrations, exercises in breakout rooms and sharing clips and videos displaying some of the core elements of schema therapy. At the end of 40 hrs, the students will be able to detect schemas and schema modes and make a case conceptualisation of the patient in terms of basic needs, schemas, coping styles and modes. Students  are also able to use the therapeutic relationship of Limited reparenting as the main tool in the re-working schemas and schema modes. Ultimately, students will be able to use the foremost methods and techniques, such as cognitive techniques and experiential techniques as guided imagery rescripting, chair work and historical role playing. To achieve this, use is made of a diverse and vibrant curriculum in which short introductions to topics are interspersed with demonstrations (role playing or audio-visual clips) after which the students practice the skills demonstrated by themselves and then discuss these experiences in the group. Great importance is attached to a safe and pleasant learning environment in which students learn the basics of schema therapy. At the end of the course participants will be able to, supported by peer review and supervision, perform schema therapeutic treatments.



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€1000 for 40 hours

Participants are required to have access to certain books and audiovisual productions. These costs are not included in the price for the training. 


This training can count for certification for the InternationalSociety for Schema Therapy (ISST)


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Remco van der Wijngaart