Schema Therapy

Read a LINK client's guide to schema-focused cognitive therapy

Schemas

Emotional deprivation, Abandonment, Mistrust / Abuse, Social isolation, Defectiveness, Failure, Dependence, Vulnerability, Enmeshment, Subjugation, Self-sacrifice, Emotional inhibition, Unrelenting standards, Entitlement, Insufficient self-control, Approval-seeking, Negativity / Pessimism, Punitiveness 

Assessment

You can buy up-to-date materials from the Schema Therapy website, but they also have older materials available to view:

Young Schema Questionnaire - L2 (YSQ-L2) LINK Link to YSQ-L2 on schematherapy.com

Schema Mode Inventory 1.1 DOC Download from schematherapy.com


 

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