Working with Borderline Personality Disorder
This intensive course aims at helping delegates understand the nature of Borderline Personality Disorder and introduces the BPD Toolkit to create simple, 'do-able' techniques to work successfully with a group of people often rejected or discarded by services.
We'll also be working hard to dispel a few myths, introduce the key treatment and support pathways, and look at how front line workers can play a key role in improving the lives of service users diagnosed with BPD.
This 1-day course is also available as a shortened 3 hour workshop with consecutive AM and PM sessions for separate delegate groups. This version will have reduced Learning Objectives and more intensive input. Please contact us for further details.
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Read Connor Kinsella and Sian Lacey-Taylder's BPD Trilogy Blog
Describe the meaning of Borderline Personality Disorder
Discuss some of the key ramifications of this diagnosis to the individual and those around them
Explore our own and others attitudes to BPD
Develop workable strategies to support clients with Borderline Personality Disorder
This course is suitable for:
Mental Health Professionals
Residential Care Workers
Supported Housing Workers