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Psychologically informed responses to personality disorder difficulties print version | course feedback

 
 
     
Duration: This is a one day course

Tutor(s): Suzanne Pearson.

Dates:

   
01/02/2018    
     
Notes:Please contact us for a detailed course outline with full agenda    


Course Outline

   
Develop practical strategies and frameworks to work effectively with people with personality disorder life difficulties. With a focus on Borderline Personality Disorder, explore the impact of attitudes, responses to interpersonal challenges and key psychological theories and models that can be applied in practice in order to provide services and support that can make a positive difference to people’s lives.

   

Aims

   

This one day training aims to provide staff with psychologically informed, practical strategies and frameworks to work effectively with people, with personality disorder life difficulties.

   

Objectives

   
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • clarify what personality disorders are with a specific focus on Borderline Personality Disorder
  • gain information about the CBT model and personality disorders, and how it can be used by staff
  • consider how to understand and respond to common challenges including: boundaries; attachment and endings; potential for ‘team splitting’ and managing ‘acting out’ emotions, using case studies from staff
  • consider risk and personality disorder life difficulties i.e. self harm and suicidal thinking and evidence based safety support responses
  • think about how to apply the recovery approach to people with personality disorder issues
  • recognise the importance of individual and service reflective practice and looking after ourselves when supporting people with personality disorder difficulties
   

Agenda

   
Please contact us for an up to date course outline.    
     
Competences - MH14.2013, NHS KSF HWB2