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Schema Therapy combines proven cognitive behavioral therapy techniques with elements of interpersonal, experiential, and psychodynamic therapies in order to help people with long-term mental health problems including personality disorders and chronic depression. Schema Therapy suggests that many negative cognitive conditions are based on past experiences, and therefore provides models for challenging and modifying negative thoughts and behaviors in order to provoke change. In this book, Eshkol Rafaeli, David P. Bernstein and Jeffrey Young -- pioneers of the Schema Therapy approach -- indicate the 30 distinctive features of Schema Therapy, and how the method fits into the broader CBT spectrum. Divided into two parts, Theoretical Points and Practical Points, this book provides a concise introduction for those new to the technique, as well as a discussion of how it differs from the other cognitive behavioral therapies for those experienced in the field. "This book provides an excellent overview of schema therapy and covers all the key areas of new development in schema therapy with authority and brevity." --George Lockwood, Director, Schema Therapy Institute Midwest, USA




Schema Therapy: Distinctive Features


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Roediger, E., Stevens, B.A., & Brockman, R. (2018). Contextual schema therapy: An integrative approach to personality disorders, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal functioning. (pp. 39-54). Context Press, New Harbinger Publications.


Roediger, E., Stevens, B.A., & Brockman, R. (2018). Contextual schema therapy: An integrative approach to personality disorders, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal functioning. (pp. 179-197). Oakland, CA: Context Press, New Harbinger Publications.


Roediger, E. (2012). Why are mindfulness and acceptance central elements for therapeutic change in schema therapy too? An integrative perspective. In M. van Vreeswijk, M., J. Broersen, & M. Nadort (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of schema therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 230-239). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.


Farrell, J., Shaw, I., & Reiss, N. (2012). Group schema therapy for borderline personality disorder patients: Catalyzing schema and mode change. In M. van Vreeswijk, M., J. Broersen, & M. Nadort (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of schema therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 341-358). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.


Arntz, A. (2012). Schema therapy for cluster C personality disorders. In M. van Vreeswijk, M., J. Broersen, & M. Nadort (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of schema therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 397-414). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.


Atkinson, T. (2012). Schema Therapy for couples: Healing partners in a relationship. In M. van Vreeswijk, M., J. Broersen, & M. Nadort (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of schema therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 323-336). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.


Roediger, E., Stevens, B. A., & Brockman, R. (2018). Contextual schema therapy: An integrative approach to personality disorders, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal functioning. New Harbinger.


Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw developed group schema therapy, a very distinctive form of group therapy for patients with borderline personality disorder. This manual provides guidelines on how to do it.


Carr, S.N., & Francis, A.J.P. (2010). Early maladaptive schemas and personality disorder symptoms: An examination in a non-clinical sample. A preliminary investigation in a non-clinical sample. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 83, 333-349.


Hulbert, C.A., Jennings, T.C., Jackson, H.J., & Chanen, A.M. (2011). Attachment style and schema as predictors of social functioning in youth with borderline features. Personality and Mental Health, 5, 209-221.


Mason., O., Platts, H., & Tyson, M. (2005). Early maladaptive schema and adult attachment in a UK clinical population. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 78, 549-564.


Cecero, J.J., Beitel, M., & Prout, T. (2008). Exploring the relationships among early maladaptive schemas, psychological mindedness and self-reported college adjustment. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 81, 105-118. 041b061a72


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