This VIRTUAL Q & A training session will provide an opportunity to raise questions regarding both practice and theory in relation to working with people with borderline personality disorder (BPD), and to participate in facilitated and informative consideration of the questions raised.
Questions and discussion will be on general practice concerns rather than about specific people.
The session is open to any mental health clinician who has practice or theory questions to raise, or who has an interest in participating in thoughtful consideration of issues related to practice (in working with people with BPD).
The session will be hosted by a panel of Spectrum workforce development clinicians: Peter Smith, Marianne Weddell, and Pip Bradley.
When: Tuesday the 23rd of June, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Presenters: Peter Smith, Marianne Weddell, and Pip Bradley
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