64. Clinician's Corner: Contextual Schema Therapy with Dr. Eckhard Roediger
Join Us In Our First Clinician’s Corner Segment For A Deep Dive Into Contextual Schema Therapy With Dr. Eckhard Roediger!
Discover how schema therapy fits into the broader market of evidence-based treatments.
Learn about schemas, modes, and mode awareness, and how these concepts are utilized in contextual schema therapy.
Hear about some of the core strategies employed in contextual schema therapy.
In this episode, Yael talks with expert and author Dr. Eckhard Roediger about the ins and outs of contextual schema therapy. In his recent book, Contextual Schema Therapy: An Integrative Approach to Personality Disorders, Emotional Dysregulation & Interpersonal Functioning, Dr. Roediger describes an integrative approach to schema therapy that incorporates the latest advances in contextual behavioral psychology. This episode offers an introduction to many of the concepts and practices employed in contextual schema therapy.
About Dr. Eckhard Roediger
Dr. Roediger is the director of the Schema Therapy Training Center in Frankfurt, Germany, and was President of the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) from 2014-2016; he is currently the ISST treasurer. Dr. Roediger has been a schema therapy trainer and supervisor and has authored numerous books, book chapters, and articles on schema therapy.
Link here to a access recordings from a contextual schema therapy workshop with Dr. Roediger
Books by Dr. Roediger
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