Set your calendars for August 9th from 11 – 1 PM. As it turns out, I have more information to share about how to approach personality disorders in a way that works more effectively, using an integration of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Jungian Typology. Over the past 8 years, I have been using and refining this method, which has turned out to be an effective way of helping clients identified as having Borderline Personality Disorder. This method helps clients to understand themselves and claim/reclaim their lost identity. I’ve seen this approach engage clients in therapy by giving them hope for something more than just a set of coping skills. When the “why” questions of the personality can be effectively answered, clients can see beyond the immediate pain and understand that it’s possible to build a life worth living. If you cannot make it to the lecture, I will be posting an online presentation that will cover both Parts I and II.
Shannon will be presenting a workshop to LCSWs that will offer another way of approaching personality dis-order with an emphasis on Borderline Personality Disorder.
Friday, June 14, 2013 11-1 PM
1385 S State St, room 157A
Salt Lake City
Water and fruit provided.
Bring your lunch.
Free to NASW members
$10.00 for non-members seeking credits