CE Training Programs
JSSA is pleased to offer mental health professionals in the community access to monthly in-house Category 1 staff CE training sessions.
The 3-hour sessions are presented by a variety of mental health professionals from the Washington metropolitan area who are experts in their fields.
Schema Therapy: Breaking Through with the Treatment Resistant Client
Schema therapy is an innovative, integrative therapeutic approach, originally developed (by Dr. Jeffrey Young) as an expansion of traditional cognitive-behavioral treatments. Schema therapy is particularly well-suited for difficult, resistant clients with entrenched, chronic psychological disorders, including personality disorders (such as BPD and narcissism), eating disorders, intractable relationship problems, and criminal offenders. It is also effective for relapse prevention in depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. This workshop will provide an overview of schema therapy and its key components, including how to identify early maladaptive schemas and dysfunctional modes, how to explore with clients the origins of schemas and modes, how to identify one’s own schemas, and how to apply schema therapy through case examples.
Presenter: Paul DelGrosso, LCSW-C, LICSW
Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: JSSA|200 Wood Hill Road|Rockville, MD |20850
Training Institute Policies
Refunds for JSSA’s 3-Hour CE training program cancellations are provided up to 5 days prior to the training date. After that time, a credit can be issued if JSSA receives a registrant’s cancellation up to two business days prior to the training date. This credit can be applied towards a future 3-Hour CE training, symposium or post-graduate course up to one year from the issue date.