Chester County

DHS - Drexel - Borderline Personality Disorder: Issues and Intervention - 11/28/23 - VIRTUAL-LIVE Online Registration

Virtual-Live Training
Borderline Personality Disorder: Issues and Intervention
Training offered by Drexel University
Continuing Education Credits              No Cost              5 hrs
When:   Tuesday, 11/28/23
Time:    9:00am - 3:30pm              Registration Deadline:  Tuesday, 11/21/23 at Noon
Where:    Virtual Live
Presented by:  Chris Owens, MA, LPC, CCTP, C-DBT
Maximum Capacity:  50
Description: Boarderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a serious mental illness generally characterized by instability in affect, relationships, self-image, and behavior.  This course will provide a general overview of BPD including information on: DSM criteria, etiology, suicidality and parasuicidality, therapeutic approaches, and theoretical orientations.  Treatment challenges are discussed; of primary importance is the need to maintain empathy and rapport. 
Learning Objectives: 
  1. Summarize basic diagnostic criteria for BPD, including recognizing common COD's 
  2. Describe the role of trauma and abuse in the development of BPD
  3. Discuss the role of self-injury and suicide in BPD
  4. Review the basis therapeutic approaches, as well as specific theoretical orientations, notably DBT
  5. Recognize the importance of counter-transference issues in treating a person with BPD
**Training link will be emailed to registered participants after 1:00pm on Monday, 11/27/23
In order to receive continuing education credits at no cost to you for this course:
  • You must pre-register
  • You must be a Chester County Provider
  • You must complete the post-test and the evaluation form at the end of the session

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