Working with Borderline Personality Disorder

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ACT Counselling Services

Suite 7, 279 Abercromby Business Centre

Abercromby Street, Bridgeton

Glasgow

G40 2DD

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Borderline Personality Disorder or Emotional Regulation Disorder; to be provided with this diagnosis can cause upset and uncertainty for the person receiving it. Furthermore, many mental health clinicians report not feeing equipped enough to treat it due to lack of understanding and treatment interventions. This workshop will equip participants with knowledge of BPD, a practical framework to explain the presentation and straightforward, practical, interventions that can increase the client's quality of life.

Aims of the event
To explore the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.
To highlight treatment options that are effective in the treatment of BPD.
To develop an appreciation of the value of schema modes in the treatment of BPD.
To discuss the priorities with regards to treatment.
To explore the impact that the therapeutic alliance may have on the efficacy of treatment.
To examine interventions that improves quality of life.

About the Facilitator
The event will be delivered by Andy Gray. Andy has close to 20 years of experience in various roles in the helping professions including Social Work, Substance Use/Abuse, Trauma Recovery, Hospital Management (locked rehab and low secure) and Complex Presentations.

Andy is an Integrative Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor, Shareholder and Academic Director at ACT Counselling Services Limited. He continues to develop, direct and deliver training from 1 day CPD events to PG Dip level incorporating a unifying approach in relation to psychotherapeutic modalities. He is passionate about training and events are delivered in an informative, laid back and humorous style. Andy has a huge wealth of knowledge and resources that he is keen to impart to those who are seeking to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to enhance their personal or professional development.

Cost
Early Bird £85, £95 after 20 July 2019
Please note that a delegate space is not guaranteed until payment is received.
Refreshments, snacks, handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.
Note – lunch is not included.


How do I register?
Online above through Eventbrite. Please note that there is an admin charge made by Eventbrite.
Or by BACS, Cheque or Invoice by emailing audrey@greenwoodevents.co.uk.

Minimum and Maximum numbers: Min 10 – Max 16 Please note that these workshops are subject to cancellation if we do not reach the minimum numbers required to make them viable.

What others have said ...

'Amazing, informative and enriching to my practice. So much so that I have recommended to colleagues. Can't wait to attend the next one in my area.'

'Absolutely fantastic event - well worth while.'

'Andy presented the information in an interesting and engaging manner and gave lots of thought provoking insights into the topic of BPD.'

'Well paced, interactive, very informative with an appropriate amount of humour.'

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ACT Counselling Services

Suite 7, 279 Abercromby Business Centre

Abercromby Street, Bridgeton

Glasgow

G40 2DD

United Kingdom

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