An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Schema Modes in a Single Case of Anorexia Nervosa: Part 1- Background, Method, and Child and Parent Modes

@article{Edwards2017AnIP,
  title={An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Schema Modes in a Single Case of Anorexia Nervosa: Part 1- Background, Method, and Child and Parent Modes},
  author={David J. A. Edwards},
  journal={Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology},
  year={2017},
  volume={17},
  pages={1 - 13}
}
  • D. Edwards
  • Published 2 January 2017
  • Psychology
  • Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology
Abstract Within the schema therapy model, schema modes are the shifting experiential states that individuals experience, and identification of these is central to case conceptualization and the planning of interventions. Differences in the naming and descriptions of modes in the literature suggest the need for systematic phenomenological investigation. This paper presents the first part of an interpretative phenomenological analysis of schema modes within the single case of Linda (20), a young… 

An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Schema Modes in a Single Case of Anorexia Nervosa: Part 2 - Coping Modes, Healthy Adult Mode, Superordinate Themes, and Implications for Research and Practice

Abstract In schema therapy, the identification of schema modes is central to case conceptualization and the planning of interventions. Differences in the naming and description of specific modes in

An exploration of schema modes in bipolar disorder

Schema Therapy (STB Young et al., 2003) was developed for working with individuals who experienced complex psychological difficulties and patterns of relating, and who were not responding to

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 85 REFERENCES

An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Schema Modes in a Single Case of Anorexia Nervosa: Part 2 - Coping Modes, Healthy Adult Mode, Superordinate Themes, and Implications for Research and Practice

Abstract In schema therapy, the identification of schema modes is central to case conceptualization and the planning of interventions. Differences in the naming and description of specific modes in

Schema therapy for borderline personality disorder.

Schema therapy draws on the cognitive-behavioral, attachment, psychodynamic, and emotion-focused traditions and conceptualizes patients who have borderline personality disorder as being under the sway of five modes or aspects of the self.

Netherlands Journal of Psychology, 2007, number 3 Shedding light on schema modes: a clarification of the mode concept and its current research status

While the schema mode construct is one of the main concepts of schema-focused therapy (SFT) for personality disorders (Young, 1990; Young & Klosko, 1994; Young, Klosko, & Weishaar, 2003), the mode

Unmet needs and maladaptive modes: A new way to approach longer-term problems.

Flanagan (2010) proposed an approach to longer-term problems that targets core psychological needs. Unmet needs were causally linked to early maladaptive schemas and faulty modes of coping. Here a

Imagery rescripting within cognitive behavior therapy for bulimia nervosa: an illustrative case report.

  • V. Ohanian
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The International journal of eating disorders
  • 2002
Imaging rescripting appears to be a valuable adjunct to conventional CBT in working with cases where there is an early history of trauma, and Implications for treatment of eating disorders using this technique are considered, and relevant research designs are discussed.

An Integrative Schema-Focused Model for Personality Disorders

THEORY Overview In treating patients with personality disorders, many cognitive therapists have encountered difficulties that necessitate modification of the short-term cognitive techniques outlined

The maturational processes and the facilitating environment : studies in the theory of emotional development

The collection of papers that forms The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment brings together Dr. Winnicott's published and unpublished papers on psychoanalysis and child

The dialogical self in psychotherapy

Part I: General Theory. Hermans, The Dialogical Self: Between Exchange and Power. Bertau, Some Considerations About the Development of the Dialogical Self. Lewis, Todd, Toward a Neuropsychological

Group Schema Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Pilot Study

Self-report feedback suggests that group factors may catalyze the change process in schema therapy by increasing perceptions of support and encouragement to take risks and try out new behaviors, whilst providing a de-stigmatizing and de-shaming therapeutic experience.

Schema Therapy for Personality Disorders—A Review

Schema therapy (ST) with the schema mode approach is currently one of the major developments in CBT for personality disorders. The schema mode model includes both a general approach to treatment as
...