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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Schema Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice / Edition 1

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Schema Therapy provides a comprehensive overview of developments in the theory, diagnosis, treatment, research, implementation, and management of schema therapy.

  • Presents a comprehensive overview of schema therapy - goes far beyond all previous books on the subject to cover theoretical, research and practical perspectives
  • Covers the latest developments, including work on mindfulness and borderline personality disorder, as well as new applications of schema therapy beyond personality disorders
  • Includes chapters by leaders in the field including Wendy Behary and Arnoud Arntz, as well as a foreword by Jeffrey Young, the founder of schema therapy

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470975619
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 03/27/2012
Series: Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks Series
Pages: 674
Product dimensions: 6.80(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Michiel van Vreeswijk is a Clinical Psychologist and CEO of the private practice G-Kracht Psychomedisch Centrum BV. He is also a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, ISST certified supervisor in Schema Therapy, and an expert on Schema Group Therapy.

Jenny Broersen is a mental health care Psychologist and Psychotherapist, as well as a supervisor in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and ISST certified supervisor Schema Therapy.

Marjon Nadort is a Psychotherapist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist who is also an ISST certified Schema Therapist and supervisor.

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors ix

Foreword xxiii
Jeffrey Young

Acknowledgments xxv

Part I An Introduction to Schema Therapy 1

Chapter 1: Schema Therapy in Historical Perspective 3
David Edwards and Arnoud Arntz

Chapter 2: Theoretical Model: Schemas, Coping Styles, and Modes 27
Hannie van Genderen, Marleen Rijkeboer, and Arnoud Arntz

Chapter 3: A New Look at Core Emotional Needs 41
George Lockwood and Poul Perris

Part II The Indication Process in Schema Therapy 67

Chapter 1: The Case Formulation Process in Schema Therapy of Chronic Axis I Disorder (Affective/Anxiety Disorder) 69
Asle Hoffart

Chapter 2: Schema Therapy for Narcissism – A Case Study 81
Wendy Behary

Chapter 3: Assessment for Schema Therapy 91
Anoek Weertman and Hilde de Saeger

Chapter 4: The Use of Experiential Techniques for Diagnostics 101
Anoek Weertman

Chapter 5: Clinical Use of Schema Inventories 111
Alexandra Sheffield and Glenn Waller

Chapter 6: Case Conceptualization in Schema Therapy 125
Hannie van Genderen

Part III Schema Therapy Techniques 143

Chapter 1: Schema Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Case Study Illustration of the Mode Approach 145
Susan Simpson

Chapter 2: Treating OCD with the Schema Mode Model 173
Ellen Gross, Nicola Stelzer, and Gitta Jacob

Chapter 3: Techniques within Schema Therapy 185
Michiel van Vreeswijk, Jenny Broersen, Josephine Bloo, and Suzanne Haeyen

Chapter 4: On Speaking One's Mind: Using ChairWork Dialogues in Schema Therapy 197
Scott Kellogg

Chapter 5: Schema Therapy and the Role of Joy and Play 209
George Lockwood and Ida Shaw

Chapter 6: Schema Therapy, Mindfulness, and ACT – Differences and Points of Contact 229
Erwin Parfy

Chapter 7: Why Are Mindfulness and Acceptance Central Elements for Therapeutic Change in Schema Therapy Too?: An Integrative Perspective 239
Eckhard Roediger

Chapter 8: Mindfulness and ACT as Strategies to Enhance the Healthy Adult Mode: The Use of the Mindfulness Flash Card as an Example 249
Pierre Cousineau

Chapter 9: Teaching Mindfulness Meditation within a Schema Therapy Framework 259
David Bricker and Miriam Labin

Chapter 10: Schema-Focused Mindfulness: an Eight-Session Protocol 271
Michiel van Vreeswijk and Jenny Broersen

Chapter 11: The Impact of Measuring: Therapy Results and Therapeutic Alliance 283
Michiel van Vreeswijk, Jenny Broersen, and Philip Spinhoven

Part IV Schema Therapy Settings and Patient Populations 299

Chapter 1: Inpatient Schema Therapy for Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder – a Case Study 301
Neele Reiss, Gitta Jacob, and Joan Farrell

Chapter 2: Individual Schema Therapy: Practical Experience with Adults 311
Pien van den Kieboom and Daan Jonker

Chapter 3: Schema Therapy for Couples: Healing Partners in a Relationship 323
Travis Atkinson

Chapter 4: Introduction to Group Schema Therapy 337
Joan Farrell

Chapter 5: Group Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder Patients: Catalyzing Schema and Mode Change 341
Joan Farrell, Ida Shaw, and Neele Reiss

Chapter 6: Implementation of Schema Therapy in an Inpatient and Day Treatment Group Setting 359
Eelco Muste

Chapter 7: Schema Therapy in Groups: A Short-Term Schema CBT Protocol 373
Jenny Broersen and Michiel van Vreeswijk

Chapter 8: Schema Therapy in a Psychodynamic Group 383
Helga Aalders and Janie van Dijk

Chapter 9: Schema Therapy in Adolescents 391
Maryke Geerdink, Erik Jongman, and Agnes Scholing

Chapter 10: Schema Therapy for Cluster C Personality Disorders 397
Arnoud Arntz

Chapter 11: Schema Therapy for Personality Disorders and Addiction 415
Truus Kersten

Chapter 12: Schema Therapy in Forensic Settings 425
David Bernstein, Marije Keulen-de Vos, Philip Jonkers, Ellen de Jonge, and Arnoud Arntz

Part V The Therapist: Training, Supervision, and Self-Care in Schema Therapy 439

Chapter 1: Training for and Registrations of Schema Therapists 441
Marjon Nadort, Hannie van Genderen, and Wendy Behary

Chapter 2: Training and Supervision in Schema Therapy 453
Marjon Nadort, Hannie van Genderen, and Wendy Behary

Chapter 3: The Schema Mode Model in Personal Therapy 463
Gitta Jacob

Chapter 4: Therapist Self-Care in the Context of Limited Reparenting 473
Poul Perris, Heather Fretwell, and Ida Shaw

Part VI Research in Schema Therapy 493

Chapter 1: Effectiveness Studies 495
Lotte Bamelis, Josephine Bloo, David Bernstein, and Arnoud Arntz

Chapter 2: Experimental Studies of Schema Modes 511
Jill Lobbestael

Chapter 3: Experimental Studies for Schemas 519
Simkje Sieswerda

Chapter 4: Validation of the Young Schema Questionnaire 531
Marleen Rijkeboer

Chapter 5: Validation of the Schema Mode Inventory 541
Jill Lobbestael

Part VII Implementation and Public Relations in Schema Therapy 553

Chapter 1: Implementation of Schema Therapy in General Mental Healthcare Institutes 555
Marjon Nadort

Chapter 2: Using ST Principles to Increase the Therapeutic Effi cacy of the Forensic Care Team's Interactions with Personality Disordered Clients 569
Naomi Murphy, Des McVey, and Geoff Hopping

Chapter 3: Implementation of Schema Therapy in de Rooyse Wissel Forensic Psychiatric Center 579
Truus Kersten and Lieda van de Vis

Chapter 4: Cost-Effectiveness of Schema Therapy 585
Thea van Asselt and Josephine Bloo

Chapter 5: Public Relations for Schema Therapy 599
Michiel van Vreeswijk, Marjon Nadort, and Jenny Broersen

Chapter 6: Concluding Thoughts 609
Michiel van Vreeswijk, Jenny Broersen, and Marjon Nadort

Author Index 611

Subject Index – Schema Therapy 627

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From the Publisher

This book represents the next logical step in the development ofSchema Therapy: a state-of-the-art extension of the schema approachto new areas of theory, research, and clinical practice. There isno better way for readers to grasp the extent of the newtheoretical, research, and clinical work that has been done inrecent years than to study the chapters in this handbook. I believethat it should be required reading for anyone interested in thefield.
Jeffrey Young, Department of Psychiatry,Columbia University and Schema Therapy Institute of New York

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