Severe personality disorder (PD) or borderline personality disorder (BPD) is 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

This event will cover:

  • describe the rationale for early intervention for PD in young people and apply evidence-based early intervention and relational
  • apply an evidence-based approach to working with families and friends of young people with PD
  • more effectively work with the challenges that can arise, such as managing interpersonal challenges, risk and chronic self-harm

Categories: Capability 9 - Delivering holistic and collaborative assessment and care planning, Working with infants, children, and younger persons
Disciplines: Allied Health, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Advanced
Lifespans: Youth

Wednesday 1 May 2024
09:30 to 16:30
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Thursday 2 May 2024
09:30 to 16:30
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