Description

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a severe mental illness associated with significant morbidity and mortality, yet clinicians remain cautious and unclear of the rationale for early intervention in this population, and find these young people challenging to work with.

This two day online workshop will review the current evidence about BPD in young people, and present a best practice model of early intervention for young people with BPD and associated problems.

This event will cover:

  • understand the evidence and rationale for Early Intervention for BPD
  • be familiar with the principles of Relational Clinical Care
  • understand how to assess for BPD in young people
  • understand the essentials of psychoeducation about BPD in young people
  • understand the principles for working with families and friends of young people with BPD

Trainers

  • Assoc. Prof. Louise McCutcheon (Senior clinical psychologist, Co-ordinator) — Orygen clinical training team
  • Elisabeth Morley (Senior clinical psychologist) — Orygen clinical training team

Eligibility criteria

Victorian public mental health workers
Non Victorian mental health workers
Private mental health practitioners

Categories: Younger persons mental health
Disciplines: Allied Health, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Intermediate, Advanced
Lifespans: Youth

Tuesday 22 September 2020
09:30 to 16:30
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Wednesday 23 September 2020
09:30 to 16:30
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Via Zoom

Specific location and venue confirmed by provider upon registration.
$50

Clinicians in private practice, or who are not Victorian public mental health professionals will be charged $220 per day of training.

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Provided by Orygen Clinical Training
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