SCHEMA THERAPY LEVEL 1

"THE MODEL, METHOD, AND TECHNIQUES"

Early Bird Pricing:  S$1,099 (until 31 July)

Standard Pricing:   S$1,199

Dates:  21st - 23rd October 2020 (9am -5pm)

Venue: Copthorne Kings Hotel, 403 Havelock Road, 169362

Focus of the course:

This introductory workshop will help attendees gain an understanding of the Schema Therapy model and provide an extensive platform for learning new skills and techniques used in Schema Therapy. The workshop will address both the schema and 'mode' models. The training is skills based, with multiple opportunities to learn complex techniques for working with difficult-to-treat clinical populations, with a particular focus on Borderline Personality Disorder and its treatment. It will provide you with a good platform for learning and practicing skills, as well as direct coaching of skills therapists often feel less confident in applying.

This workshop presented by STTA is accredited by the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) as a 3-day introductory workshop that can be used for the purpose of accreditation as a schema therapist. For more information on the ISST accredited training program see www.schematherapytraining.com. Places are strictly limited to 20 participants to allow for better supervised practice and feedback and we expect this workshop to quickly reach full capacity so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Bookings can only be confirmed upon full payment

If you are not able to book online with a credit card or PayPal, please contact us at admin@elephant.com.sg and we will be able to issue a manual invoice

Presenter Biography:

Dr Robert Brockman has extensive experience teaching and supervising on clinical psychology masters programs in Sydney since 2010. His clinical experience is drawn from both public (e.g. Hospitals, community mental health) and private health sector positions (private practice) in Sydney.

Dr Brockman is accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy (ISST) as a schema therapy supervisor and trainer. He currently holds a senior research fellowship with Australian Catholic University (ACU) where his clinical research focuses on extending the schema model into novel populations (e.g. GAD, Eating Disorders, Psychosis). (with model originators Joan Farrell, Ida Shaw, and James Bennett-Levy).

Since 2015, Rob has trained over 200 Singaporean therapists in schema therapy (Level 1 & Level 2), and he is currently a consultant clinical supervisor for the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) Singapore, and Changi General Hospital (CGH).