|Healthcare Training Institute - Quality Education since 1979CE for Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, & MFT!!
Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss three myths regarding anger and borderline personality disorder.
-Explain three sources of aggression in borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss three aspects of self-criticism and dependency in borderline personality disorder.
-Describe three interventions for borderline personality disorder.
-Describe three types of implusive aggression.
-Discuss three types of blame attribution.
-Discuss two techniques regarding stress disorder in patients with borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss three helpful steps regarding hostile irritability in borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss three techniques regarding emotion control in borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss three characteristics of negative affect in borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss four coping strategies in responsive treatments for borderline personality disorder.
-Discuss three triggers regarding borderline personality disorder and self-conscious affect.
-Explain three active responses in borderline personality disorder.
-Explain three assessments of emotional response to borderline personality disorder.
-Explain the most common trap for therapists with a borderline client.
-Explain why some psychiatrists refuse to see borderline patients.
-Explain what technique may easily be used with a borderline client by an untrained therapist as an excuse to permit a flattering kind of worship and massage for the narcissism of the therapist.
-Explain the difference between aggressive and assertive behavior.
-Explain the difference between anger cycle one and anger cycle two.
-Name the three clusters that provide a framework for deciding on the appropriateness of couple therapy and the approach to utilize.
-Name the four types of support for an anger management client.
-Name the four triggers of self-mutilation and suicidal gestures in a BPD client.
-Name two imagery techniques used with anger management clients.
-Explain the positive effects of anger.
-Explain self-mutilation associated with, that causes self-mutilating borderline clients to manifest more primary process aggression.
-Explain some things to remember when working with someone who has co-occurring BPD and SUDs.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."