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Personality dysfunction and disorders

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  • NScience | Mental Health Seminars

    Video resource pack: Attachment Disruptions, Cumulative Trauma and Borderline Personality Disorders: Therapeutic Interventions

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    Personality Disorders and Affect Regulation: Video Course

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    Parenting and Personality Dysfunction: clinical implications: Video Course

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  • Worth Nothing: Bullying, Scapegoating & The Attrition of Self-Esteem

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About personality disorders and dysfunction training courses for therapists

The field of personality disorders and dysfunction is a constantly evolving one, and not everyone has the same understanding of what it means to have a personality disorder. It is therefore important for mental health professionals to be familiar with the latest thinking on personality dysfunction, and how someone with a personality disorder may think, feel and act very differently to the average person.

As we are aware, there are various types of personality disorders. The full range of recognised personality disorders – ranging from the likes of paranoid personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) to avoidant personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) – is associated with many different symptoms and diagnostic criteria.

In the event that someone is diagnosed with a personality disorder, they are likely to benefit from talking therapy as a treatment. If this is your own field of practice, you will most likely engage in a dialogue with your clients in order to gain a greater understanding of their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. This, in turn, may enable you to pinpoint strategies of use to your client, and support any necessary changes in attitudes and behaviour on their way to recovery.

Someone may be treated for a personality disorder over several months or even years, depending on their specific problems and the severity of their condition. This provides all the more reason for you to continually equip yourself with the latest knowledge and skills as a mental health practitioner pursuing the optimal results for your clients.

Whether you are an aspiring or current psychologist, psychotherapist, counsellor or another practitioner in a field that touches upon personality dysfunction and disorders, you are likely to appreciate the complete suite of training options nscience can provide.

As an organisation, we are continually enhancing and refining our range of both in-person and online-based courses and events, to help bring you greater insight into your professional practice and how you can gain improved outcomes from your work with clients. For continued professional development (CPD) programmes that you can trust, delivered by internationally respected experts, there is no need to look further than our workshops, seminars, webinars and conferences.

At the time of typing, our video courses and other training programmes address the following elements of personality dysfunction and disorders:

Whatever your present status may be within or outside the mental health fields that entail close consideration of personality dysfunction and disorders, our courses can be invaluable for giving you practical, actionable insights that benefit your knowledge in this field.

Psychotherapists and counsellors who work across modalities, and whose clients have received a personality disorder diagnosis, can gain from nscience courses that are delivered by renowned professionals and backed by the latest research, delivered online and in-person.

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