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schema-focussed therapy

Posted by CeeSea on May 24, 2004, at 0:35:35

Has anyone had experience with schema-focussed therapy used to treat depression? I know it is often used for BPD, but my psych is talking about it for me and i do not have BPD.
I am not a fan of CBT though I can see the point and the merit, I just think I am too utterly stuffed up on too deep a level to benefit from it at this point in time (yes i have tried it). And psychodynamic is not really focussed enough, I go and come home thinking well what was the point of that? I know there is a long term goal to establish what my thinking and behavioural patterns are, but i need results as well.
any info would be appreciated.




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