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Experience Lasting Change with
Schema Therapy

What is Schema Therapy?

Schema Therapy is an integrative and evidence-based therapeutic approach that combines elements of cognitive-behavioural therapy, attachment theory, and psychodynamic principles. Developed to address long-standing patterns of maladaptive thoughts and behaviours, Schema Therapy is particularly effective in treating chronic and pervasive emotional issues.

Core Components of Schema Therapy:

Early Maladaptive Schemas:

  • Identify and explore deep-seated, unmet emotional needs and early life patterns that contribute to current challenges.

Schema Modes:

  • Understand different states of being or "modes" that individuals may experience in response to stressors.

  • Develop strategies to manage and shift between different modes effectively.

Cognitive Restructuring:

  • Challenge and reframe negative thought patterns that reinforce maladaptive schemas.

  • Cultivate healthier ways of thinking and responding to life events.

Experiential Techniques:

  • Utilise experiential and emotion-focused techniques to access and process emotions related to early life experiences.

How Schema Therapy Can Help:

Chronic Depression:

  • Address and transform long-standing patterns of negative thinking and self-perception

Personality Disorders:

  • Schema Therapy is highly effective in treating personality disorders, especially those rooted in early maladaptive schemas.


Relationship Issues:

  • Explore and modify schemas that contribute to difficulties in forming and maintaining healthy relationships.


Individual Therapy

Engage in personalised Schema Therapy sessions with a skilled therapist specialising in schema-focused approaches.

Begin Your Path to Healing

Embark on a transformative journey with Schema Therapy. Whether you're struggling with chronic emotional challenges, navigating complex relationship dynamics, or seeking personal growth, Schema Therapy offers a comprehensive and
individualised approach to create lasting change.

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