3 CEUs available (Ethics is not included)
Diagnose and identify functional difficulties
Learn the current research on the epidemiology of BDP and therapy approaches
Develop objectives to therapy and consultations with family members
Learn communication techniques used during therapy
Develop a plan to avoid and respond to high risk situations
Learn effective collaborative approaches when working with psychiatrists
Descriptive State of Workshop:
Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most challenging diagnoses to treat and manage due to the high risk behaviors and emotional struggle. This workshop will equip the therapist with information and preventive strategies to help proactively address concerns as well as respond to emergency situations.
Linda Dakwar, Ph.D.
Dr. Dakwar graduated with a B.A. in Psychology at UCLA with a M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology at Case Western Reserve University. She is a licensed psychologist with academic training and experience in teaching and research, as well as clinical training and experience serving clients with various mental health issues and developmental disabilities in both the public and private setting. Dr. Dakwar has been teaching college and graduate students for over 11 years, including psychology, statistics, and epidemiology. She also has her own clinical practice, New Hope Christian Counseling, LLC in Kirtland, Ohio.
Her passion is to help others experience a new perspective, hope, and truth found in God’s Word. She has a personal, saving relationship with Jesus Christ, and desires that her life reflects His glory.
Early Registration ends Jan. 29, 2014