Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy Certification
The ISST Executive Board has approved a separate certification in Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy based upon the recomendations of a work group of experts in this area. They are listed here: Christof Loose, Peter Graaf, Gerhard Zarbock and Petra Baumann-Frankenberger from Germany, Maria Galimzyanova, Paul Kasyanik and Elena Romanova from Russia, Ida Shaw from the US.
The approved curriculum and requirements can be found in the attachments below. The same academic and licensing requirements of the ISST for individual ST certifiction apply to applicants for any of the specialty area certifications including ST-CA.
Applications for ST-CA Certification first go to the Certification Committee Chair: Ida Shaw and after review and referral to the full committee as needed they are sent to the Certification Coordinator of the ISST Executive Board for approval. Applications must be submitted in English. If you need help with translation contact the certification reviewer for your country listed on the individual ST certification page of this website.
Grandparenting closed l September 2014. Those who missed this deadline and have reason to ask for an exception should contact the Chair of the ST-CA Workgroup, Ida Shaw. Please contact her for questions on the ST-CA certification that are not answered here.
Here are links to CA Schema Therapy details:
Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy Trainer-Supervisors
Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy Supervisors
Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy Advanced Level Certified
Child-Adolescent Schema Therapy Standard Level Certified
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Why Schema Therapy?
Schema therapy has been extensively researched to effectively treat a wide variety of typically treatment resistant conditions, including Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Read our summary of the latest research comparing the dramatic results of schema therapy compared to other standard models of psychotherapy.