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Human Rights, Dilemmas & Solutions in Personality Disorder

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The management of individuals with personality disorder is both a challenging and controversial area of psychiatry. Personality disorders are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed and despite the evidence for a range of effective approaches personality disorder service provision remains patchy and of uncertain quality with the commissioning of services fragmented between CCGs, local authorities and NHS.

This event will take a close look across existing guidance and promote, share and introduce current best practice in the treatment of personality disorder.

The delivery of evidence-based health-based treatments for personality disorder is necessary, but not sufficient, to tackle the issue. New organisational structures and theoretical frameworks are emerging, but this requires effective leadership and funding.

With this event, we intend to open up that wider debate about ‘what is it about the whole system that we need to change?’ in order to make the care of those with difficulties associated with personality disorder services effective, holistic and acceptable.

Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 07 May 2019
Start time 8:30am
Venue Address St Alban’s Centre, Leigh Place, Baldwin’s Gardens, London EC1N 7AB
Amount £295
Organiser Forums and Events
Contact No. 020 8144 2944
Keywords Psychological, Psychology, Psychotherapy
Regions Greater London