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October 12, 2021

Understanding and Working with Individuals with Personality Disorders

Stephen Saeks
Stephen Saeks
 

Understanding and Working with Individuals with Personality Disorders

with Stephen Saeks

October 12, 2021

5pm PDT, 8pm EDT

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Overview

The topic of this live presentation will cover the description and understanding of different Personality disorders and clinical treatments. This discussion will cover types/characteristics of Personality Disorders, discussion of advanced clinical knowledge and applications, overview of clinical materials, including presentations and discussion of participants’ cases.



Outline

  • October 12, 2021 - 5pm PDT, 8pm EDT (3 hrs)
    Definition/Description of Personality Disorders
    Types/Characteristics of Personality Disorders
    Cluster Model of Personality Disorders and their characteristics
    Focus on Cluster B Personality Disorders (Most commonly seen in clinical Acupuncture practice)
    How do individuals with Cluster B personality disorders manifest them in clinical setting and what is the clinician’s experience of these individuals
    Presentation and Discussion of Cases

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Stephen Saeks

Stephen Saeks

Dr. Saeks became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in 1975, and over the years he expanded his study of TCM to explore the role it could play in the treatment of stress, addictive behaviors, and other psychological conditions.


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Acupuncture



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Psychological Symptoms
Psychology
Personality


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