A 3-Day Practitioner Workshop Accredited by the International Society for Schema Therapy

Date: 28, 29 February & 1 March, 2020
Location: Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai
Cost: $AUD999

Course Content: This introductory workshop will help attendees gain an understanding of the Schema Therapy model and provide an extensive platform for learning new skills and techniques used in Schema Therapy. The workshop will address both the schema and ‘mode’ models.

The training is skills-based with multiple opportunities to learn complex techniques for working with difficult-to-treat clinical populations, with a particular focus on Borderline Personality Disorder and its treatment. Implications for the treatment of a range of clinical issues (e.g. addictions, PTSD/Trauma, depression) will be addressed.

This workshop is accredited by the ISST as a 3-Day Introductory training for those interested in pursuing individual certification with the society. For more details on this course, trainer bio, and our ISST accredited training program ‘Schema Therapy Training Australia’ see

The Workshop is based on active learning with many chances to practice skills and receive feedback. Workshops are small in size allowing for adequate assistance and coaching.

We are proud to bring Schema Therapy Training to Thailand for the first time.

Lanna Rehab - Schema Therapy Training Thailand

Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Advanced Schema Therapist


Rob is a clinical psychologist and academic living and working out of Sydney, Australia. He is an ISST (International Society of Schema Therapy) accredited trainer and supervisor, and regularly provides schema therapy trainings across Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

In 2018, Rob co-authored a new schema therapy book Contextual Schema Therapy. Rob currently holds a senior research fellowship with Australian Catholic University where he is engaged in clinical research focusing on extending the schema model into novel populations (e.g. GAD, Eating Disorders, Psychosis), Schema Therapy Self-Reflection and Self-Practice for Therapists, and the cross-cultural application of schema therapy in Asia (with Hong Kong and Singapore colleagues).

This workshop is accredited by ISST.

Experience Thailand

We recommend delegates choose to stay at the hosting venue the Duangtawan Hotel, located in the Old City near the Night Bazaar. Attendees will be provided with a discount code they can use to achieve a discounted stay.

This is centrally located in Chiang Mai. In a single day you can choose to visit an elephant sanctuary, waterfalls or enjoy the culinary adventures this beautiful city has to offer.


Anne Lazarakis joined the Lanna Rehab team in 2019, from Sydney, Australia. She writes about addiction and mental health as a global issue, often focusing on our own client experiences and linking these to broader social trends. Before joining our team, she worked for several health services with a focus on equality of care, including the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Royal Hospital for Women Foundation. Mental health - particularly addiction - is often stigmatised. Stigmas associated with these areas prevent people from seeking help and recovering. Barriers can be gender, religion, or culturally-based. In some parts of the world mental health is not even recognised as a health condition. By sharing people's stories, and making information more readily available, Anne advocates for accessibility of care for all.

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