Personality Disorders: Support through Knowledge


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Terms such as "personality disorders" and "challenging presentations" are often used to describe clients in social service settings. When used arbitrarily or out of context, this vocabulary can be harmful and potentially hamper therapeutic and supportive bonds. In this session, health and helping professionals will acquire tools and skills to navigate tricky relational variables when working with clients. Dr. Anderson will analyze characteristics of various personality disorders and explain why the language used to summarize a person's "being" is so important.

This is a professional development course designed for health professionals, including, but not limited to, front line workers in shelters and clinics, social workers, counsellors, outreach and support workers, first responders, nurses and health care aides.

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