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Eva Frank-Noyon

Eva Frank-Noyon

  • Biography

    Eva-Frank-Noyon, PhD, Advanced Level Schema Therapist and Supervisor-trainer (ISST e.V.) for ST- individual and ST-C, trained in CBT (2003 – 2007) and systemic marital- and sexual therapy (2006-2008). Worked from 2006-2014 in an institution specialized on couple and sexual therapy. Treats couples and individuals in her practice for individual and couple therapy. She lectures on schema therapy, and the subject of sexuality and couple therapy.
    She is author and Co-author of several books and articles on couple therapy and sexuality, f.e.
    Rödiger, E. Frank-Noyon, E. & Behary, W.. (2022). Passt doch. Paarkonflikte lösen und verstehen mit der Schematherapie. Weinheim: Beltz.
    Frank-Noyon, E. (2022). Sexualität im therapeutischen Gespräch. In: Zarbock, G., Wilcken, P.-S., Semmler, N. Biografisch-Systemische Verhaltenstherapie: Tools für die psychotherapeutische Praxis. Heidelberg: Springer.
    Roediger, E. & Frank-Noyon, E. (Hrsg.). (2021). Paare bewegen. Schematherapie mit Paaren in der Praxis. Tübingen: dgvt-Verlag.
    Roediger, E. & Frank-Noyon, E. (Hrsg.). (2020). Die schematherapeutische Praxis mit Paaren in schwierigen Therapiesituationen. Verhaltenstherapie und Psychosoziale Praxis, 4/2020.
    Roediger, E. & Frank-Noyon, E. (Hrsg.). (2020). Das Modulsystem der Schematherapie mit Paaren. Verhaltenstherapie und Psychosoziale Praxis, 3/2020.
    Roediger, E., Zarbock, G., Frank-Noyon, E., Hinrichs, J., & Arntz, A. (2020). The effectiveness of imagery work in schema therapy with couples: a clinical experiment comparing the effects of imagery rescripting and cognitive interventions in brief schema couples therapy. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 35(3), 320-337.
    Frank-Noyon, E. & Noyon, A. (2016). Schwierige Situationen in der Arbeit mit Paaren. 20 Probleme und Lösungsvorschläge. Weinheim: Beltz.

  • Healing Relationships: Schema Therapy for Couples - The modular approach

    Co-presenting with Eckhard Roediger

    Working with couples is a challenging and complex issue. To reduce the complexity and make the interpersonal dynamics in the therapy room manageable, based on the book “Schema therapy with couples” (DiFrancesco, C., Roediger, E., & Stevens, B. (2015). Oxford-New York: Wiley) we developed a module based, strategic approach providing the therapist with a road map to stay on track when going gets tough. The pivotal idea is to focus on the mode cycle the couple displays in the therapy room. The setting combines conjoint and individual sessions.

    The key steps are stopping the cycles, connect them with the model, access underlying hidden needs and bring them on stage for a more balanced and functional behaviour. To deepen emotional bonding we use imagery techniques and connection dialogue skills support perspective change, mutual understanding and problem solving.

    Learning objectives: We will introduce the interactional theory model, the intervention modules and the outline and first results of the ongoing couples study. The participants will get a vivid impression about the module-based approach including a video snip of a conjoint imagery rescripting session. We will do two small exercises in triads too. After the workshop, participants will be able to decide if they want to deepen their knowledge in this Schema therapy-specify.

    Target Audience: Beginners interested in understanding, how interpersonal interaction patterns (so called mode cycles) work, can be identified and changed in a goal-directed and easy-to-apply way.

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