Remco v.d.Wijngaart

Geestelijk gezondheidskundige, GZ-psycholoog | psychotherapeut en supervisor VGCt, verbonden aan Virenze RIAGG Maastricht | Zertifizierter Schematherapeut (advanced, Trainer & Supervisor ISST certification)  >> Kontaktieren <<


"As a result of this involvement and my passion for the schema therapy model, I have spent years actively working to train and supervise therapists all over the world as they take their first steps with schema therapy. In recent years, I have become aware of a growing desire to actively contribute to the ISST Board. The results of recent elections offer me a chance to take that active role and help the ISST grow further into the healthy adult organisation it is more and more becoming."


Vice President for the board of the ISST 2016-2018


Fine Tuning Imagery Rescripting
Remco van der Wijngaart & Chris Hayes

Imagery rescripting is a powerful experiential technique that uses the power of imagination and visualisation to identify and change meaningful and traumatic orders in the past, resulting in transformation in the present. The approach seeks to provide a corrective emotional order to assist in changing a client’s beliefs, emotions, and recollections. It has been a central feature of Schema Therapy, however more recently imagery rescripting has developed into a stand alone treatment for childhood trauma and other specialist areas such as social anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and clinical nightmares.

This DVD series aims to provide a solid foundation of dvd-content for those beginning to use imagery work in their practice. Furthermore, it provides more orderd therapists with examples of managing difficult and challenging situations typically observed in clinical contexts.

The DVD centres around two fictional clients: “Nicky” presenting with borderline personality disorder and a complex trauma background; and “Greg” presenting with chronic depression and PTSD.

DVD 1 - shows the typical use of imagery exercises in various situations.

DVD 2 - shows challenging situations for therapists as well as ways to bypass challenging situations that may block the use of imagery exercises.

DVD 3 - shows the use of imagery in “specialist” areas. It also contains scenes showing common pitfalls for therapists completing imagery work.