Date26th March 2024, 9.30am - 12.30pm (UK Time)
This training focuses on the ICD-11 conceptualisation of personality disorder, which is notably different from the categorical approaches used in DSM and ICD-10.
ICD-11 was launched in 2022 and is expected to now be in full use. The training will capture how an ICD-11 personality disorder diagnosis is made. It will include the application of this to a case study, so that attendees have full opportunity to practice applying the criteria. The training will also make reference to the Alternative Model to Assessing Personality Disorder outlined in the new DSM-5, to illustrate how this is now the overlapping system to ICD-11. Focus is firmly on ICD-11 application however. For those who are already familiar with ICD-11 personality disorder diagnosis this training serves as another opportunity to apply this to a new case study to calibrate your ratings.
The cost includes provision of handouts, reading material and CPD certificate. There are limited places on this course. Please email email@example.com for more information.
For those seeking to apply a personality disorder diagnosis in a clinical (non research) setting, you are expected to already be trained in a formal method of personality disorder diagnosis. Consequently, this training is focused on psychiatrists, psychologists who work with adults (as personality disorder is an adult orientated diagnosis), advanced nurse practitioners who hold the required qualifications, and researchers seeking to apply the criteria for research purposes. If you do not fit these requirements, your attendance is for CPD/non-diagnostic purposes only.
The training commences at 9:30am and ends by 12:30pm.