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Continuing Professional Development Certificates
PsychOz Publications, in collaboration with PESI in the USA, offers quality online continuing professional development events from the leaders in the field at a standard recognized by professional associations including psychology, social work, occupational therapy, alcohol and drug professionals, counselling and psychotherapy. On completion of the training, a Professional Development Certificate is issued after the individual has answered and submitted a quiz and course evaluation. This online program is worth 6.25 hours CPD.
Kristina Hallett, PhD, ABPP, is a licensed board certified clinical psychologist, speaker, and professor. She works for Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, where she is an associate professor in the graduate psychology department, as well as the coordinator of Clinical Training for the Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Dr. Hallett has a private practice in Suffield, Connecticut, where she specializes in the treatment of dissociative disorders, trauma, women’s issues and working with adolescents and young adults. Dr. Hallett is an expert in the field of positive psychology. She employs the tenets of positive psychology in all of her work settings, as well as in her personal life. In addition to her clinical work and teaching, she offers training, consultation and supervision to therapists on working with complex clinical presentations.
Dr. Hallett’s clinical experiences have spanned a broad range of settings, including child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric hospitals, community mental health clinics, medium and maximum security correctional institutions and her current work at Bay Path University. She has a passion for assisting others in living their best life and has provided numerous trainings and workshops on the integration of positive psychology techniques and interventions into everyday life. She is devoted to teaching and engaging with health and mental health professionals to promote high quality clinical services within the greater context of professional self-care.
Financial: Kristina Hallett is an associate professor of psychology and coordinator of clinical training at Bay Path University. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Kristina Hallett is a member of the American Psychological Association.
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- Select therapeutic methods for neural repair based on the neuroscience of implicit traits and temperamental characteristics of 5 personality disorders.
- Teach clients with Antisocial Personality Disorder how to manage impulsivity and high-risk behavior through training of the “wise mind.”
- Develop dialectical constructs to enhance awareness and motivation in narcissistic clients.
- Incorporate techniques that help the Obsessive-Compulsive Personality identify and express emotion.
- Determine how borderline clients should use journaling techniques to discover and work through implicit memories that create mood and behavioral instability.
- Integrate tools from EMDR to help all clients move past obstacles posed by histories of trauma or abuse.
Part 1: The Development of Personality Disorders
Part II: Treatment Strategies
I. Antisocial Personality Disorder
- Biology and temperament
- Agency and a desire to be affiliated
- Anxiety and harm avoidance
- Interpersonal Neurobiology – The concept of neural repair and neural integration
II. Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Anxiety and APD
- Develop harm avoidance
- Utilize active relaxation
- Anxiety in disguise: Find anxiety and tame Anger with the anger diary
- Anger escalator tools for anger management
- Depression and the Antisocial PD
- The hidden emotion
- Cost-benefit analysis of behaviors
- Use HALT tips to modulate expression
- Interpersonal Relationship and APD
- Turn agency into positive paths
- Journaling to identify implicit memory to increase awareness
- Train the “wise mind” for better self-control
- Storytelling for attunement and empathy
III. Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
- Anxiety and NPD
- Diminish the intensity of harm avoidance
- Teach appropriate assertiveness
- Worry management strategies
- Energy therapies and self-soothing
- Dispute irrational fears of humiliation
- Depression and NPD
- Increase agency
- Accept responsibility for vicious circles of grandiosity and loss
- Battle grandiosity by increasing achievement
- Improving awareness of and attunement to others
- Mindfulness techniques and cost-benefit analysis
- Interpersonal Relationships and NPD
- Using desire for affiliation
- Reframe indifference to others and motivate connection with dialectical constructs
- Genuine contributions: The path to legitimate self-worth
IV. Borderline Personality Disorder:
- Anxiety and OCPD
- Breaking the rule of harm avoidance
- Identify the conflict with inner values
- CBT to change worry and rumination
- Real self-focusing techniques to find feelings
- Discharging anger – the underlying trigger of anxiety
- Learning to tolerate anxiety of making mistakes
- Breaking free from “technology slavery”
- Depression and OCPD
- Increase positive agency
- Change derogatory self-talk
- Interrupt and dispute compulsive behavior
- Prescribe fun!
- Interpersonal relationships and OCPD
- Affiliation and anger
- Mindfulness practices to increase attunement to others
- ”I” statements and negotiation skills
- Deflate resistance to increase self/other honesty
- Systems therapy strategies
- Eliminate passive aggression
The Quest for Connection
Limitations of the Research and Potential Treatment Risks
- Anxiety and BPD
- The forgetfulness of harm avoidance
- Fill in skills deficits: Teach and practice conflict resolution skills
- Ground techniques to increase emotional stability
- Journaling techniques
- Depression and the BPD
- The forgetfulness of agency
- Interrupt self-injurious behavior
- EMDR practices to loosen the grip of the past
- Minimize catastrophic rumination w/CBT
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Craving affiliation and its destructive impact
- Improve therapeutic relationships
- Relationship histories
- Practice assertiveness vs aggression
- RCT’s, efficacy studies and related research
- Thinking outside the box, while maintaining a scientific basis
- Tried and true treatment strategies
Please Note: PESI is not affiliated or associated with Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, ABPP, or her organizations.
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