You know that feeling of tension and anxiety that creeps in after looking down at your schedule and you see THAT client coming in today? The one you secretly dread and hope is a no-show, though here they are, ready and waiting to see you. Or what about the agony of a session that seems to go in circles, leaving you frustrated with no idea what just happened?
How do you differentiate between mental health symptoms and a personality disorder? How do you get past the fear and self-doubt of diagnosing a personality disorder?
In this recording, renowned personality disorders expert, Dr. Gregory W. Lester, answers these questions and guides you through the dramatically different ways necessary to effectively work with personality disordered individuals. You’ll discover everything you need to breakthrough with your most difficult clients.
Imagine the feeling of success the next time that frustrating client is in your office and you’re able to keep the session on track. The empowerment of being equipped with a psychological toolkit of practical interventions that allow you to make clinical gains, rather than putting out fires. The confidence of making an accurate personality disorder diagnosis and knowing you are on the right path with treatment.
Don’t get blindsided or caught up in the drama of difficult clients – gain clarity and confidence in this intensive training with cutting-edge techniques to diagnose, treat, and manage all 10 personality disorder types.
Don’t miss out – this practical, hands-on certificate course is a must-have training for all clinicians!
This online program is worth 18.5 hours CPD.
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Gregory W. Lester, Ph.D., is a clinical, consulting, and research psychologist with practices in Colorado and Texas. Dr. Lester has presented over 2,000 personality disorders trainings to over 200,000 professionals in every major city in the United States, Canada, and Australia.In his nearly 40 years of clinical practice, Dr. Lester has treated over 1,000 personality disorder cases and has performed psychological evaluations on over 2,500 individuals.
Dr. Lester has served on the graduate faculty of The University of St. Thomas and as a special consultant to The United Sates Department of Justice. Dr. Lester’s office served as one of the original research sites for the DSM-5® revision of the personality disorders section where he collaborated with Emory University, the New York State Psychiatric Group, The University of Missouri, The University of Kentucky, and the late Dr. Robert Spitzer, chairman of the DSM-3 committee.
Dr. Lester is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Texas Psychological Association, and the Colorado Psychological Association. He is the author of nine books, including Power with People, a manual of interpersonal effectiveness, Shrunken Heads, an irreverent memoire of his graduate school training, and Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of Personality Disorders, which is the largest-selling front-line clinical manual on diagnosing, treating, and managing personality disorders.
Dr. Lester’s research and articles have appeared in publications including The Journal of the American Medical Association, The Western Journal of Medicine, The Yearbook of Family Practice, The Journal of Behavioral Therapy, The Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, The Handbook of Depression, Transactional Analysis Journal, Living Word Magazine, The Priest Magazine, and The Houston Lawyer.
Financial: Gregory Lester is in private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Gregory Lester is a member of the American Psychological Association; the Colorado Psychological Association; and the Texas Psychological Association.
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