Mental Health

Schema therapy


Schema Therapy is a special type of therapy that combines elements of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Psychoanalytic Therapy and Attachment Theory. 


It is offered to people with long-standing difficulties that originated in childhood. 


It aims to identify and heal unhelpful life patterns (known as ‘schemas’) which have occurred throughout a person’s life. 


Some examples of common schemas include: 


  • Emotional deprivation – a sense that no-one will ever understand you, or care about your needs 
  • Mistrust – a sense that other people will hurt, betray or reject you 
  • Social isolation – a sense that you don’t fit in, or don’t belong. It is believed that schemas develop when childhood needs are not met, and this leads to unhealthy life patterns

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