Workshops for psychotherapists and counselors who work with patients with Borderline Personality Disorder in medical settings and/ or in private practice.
This workshop offers the following curriculum for mental health professionals to develop comprehension of the particularly challenging conditions known as borderline disorders or borderline personalities. Many patients with these disorders struggle not only with symptoms such as depression, anxieties, obsessions or phobias for which help is typically sought, but also with control of emotion and aggression, understanding of self, and tolerance of the treatment process.
- You will learn:
- The Nature of Borderline Personality Disorder.
(Symptoms, defenses, reality testing, moral values, aggression)
The discussion leads you through diagnosis, focusing on history and symptoms, and possible causes, treatments and outcomes.
- Clinical approaches for treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder.
(Cognitive-behavioral approach, interpersonal psychotherapy, transference-focused, dialectical behavioral, supportive, and integrated psychodynamic psychotherapy)
Also, you will see:
Videos- how leading contemporary therapists conduct a first interview with middle-aged man suffering from personality disorder and how different schools apply different strategies and techniques in their approach to the same patient.
Workshop requires 7 sessions. (One session per week)
Register Early! The workshop will be limited to 8 participants due to the time constraints for viewing video sessions and discussions.
Location and Contact Information:
Office is located at
4450 Lexi Circle, Broomfield, CO, 80023