Friday – March 28, 2014 | 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Registration: $60 | Students: $50 | 3 CE Credits
Over the last several decades psychotherapists have used different titles to describe clients who fail to change. This presentation will explore the concepts used to identify these clients and what they tell us about the clients and psychotherapists. The outcome research for CBT with personality disorders that supports as well as challenges the concept will be reviewed. Changes in diagnoses in DSM-5 will be highlighted. A new model of personality awareness, acceptance, and adaptation will be presented that integrates concepts from both CBT and temperament.
Leader: Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D. Director, Professional Education and Clinical Supervisor, Albert Ellis Institute Professor and Chair, Psychology Department, St. John’s University Past President, ABCT