The book provides the reader with a thorough understanding of the model of Schema Therapy, methods and techniques used throughout the process of Schema Therapy treatment. Experienced trainers in Schema Therapy, the authors provide a unique understanding of the questions, challenges, and points of issue experienced by practitioners learning the model. Designed for the practitioner with a specific focus on the theory and practice of modern schema therapy, the book discusses the powerful techniques and cutting-edge developments of the Schema Therapy model, with step-by-step guidance and clinical examples. A comprehensive resource for both students and experienced practitioners providing valuable examples of the model in clinical practice and solutions to the challenges and questions practitioners face in applying the model. Part of the Cambridge Guides to the Psychological Therapies series, offering all the latest scientifically rigorous, and practical information on a range of key, evidence-based psychological interventions for clinicians.
- Provides a thorough update on the most recent developments in schema therapy theory, practices, and research, complete with theoretical and clinical learning material and practical advice for the application of schema therapy techniques
- An overview of the application of schema therapy to a range of specific clinical groups (eating disorders, forensic populations and complex trauma) allows the reader to contextualise schema practice and learn how the principles and techniques can be applied in diverse practice settings
- Offers a level of depth and detail on key practice issues not covered elsewhere allowing for greater depth in knowledge and perspectives on how to approach many key issues novice schema therapists need to navigate