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WPA/ISSPD Educational Program on Personality Disorders. WPA Regional Meeting in Athens March 12-15, 2004 Erik Simonsen Chair, Section on Personality Disorders E-mail: [email protected] WPA Educational Programs.

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Wpa isspd educational program on personality disorders

WPA/ISSPD Educational Program on Personality Disorders

WPA Regional Meeting in Athens March 12-15, 2004

Erik Simonsen

Chair, Section on Personality Disorders

E-mail: [email protected]


Wpa educational programs

WPA Educational Programs

WPA provide international support to national and regional efforts to educate psychiatrists, general practitioners and other health professionals


Wpa educational programs examples

WPA Educational programs- examples

  • Teaching and learning about Schizophrenia

  • WPA/PTD Program on Depressive Disorders

  • Social Phobia

  • ICD-10 Training kit


Wpa isspd educational program on personality disorders1

WPA/ISSPD Educational program on Personality Disorders

under development by the steering committee:

Theodore Millon

Elsa Ronningstam

Erik Simonsen (chairman)

will be availabe on the website 2006


Wpa isspd educational program on personality disorders2

WPA/ISSPD Educational Program on Personality Disorders

  • Module I (general overview)

  • Module II (specific disorders)

  • Module III (vignettes)


Wpa isspd module i a

WPA/ISSPD module I (a)

  • Introduction

    Scope of problem

    Social costs

  • Definition

    Differentiating normality and abnormality

  • Historical review

  • Classification

    Current official systems

    Alternaltive models


Wpa isspd module i b

WPA/ISSPD module I (b)

  • Developmental pathogenesis

    biogenic influences

    psychogenic influences

    sociogenic influences

  • Diagnostic assessment

    Clinical observation

    Rating scales and checklists

    Selfreport inventories

    Projective techniques


Wpa isspd module i c

WPA/ISSPD module I (c)

  • Therapeutic management

    Psychodynamic therapies

    Cognitive therapies

    Biological treatemnt

    Combining pharmatherapy and psychotherapy


Contributors to module i

Contributors to module I

Ted Millon, Allan Frances, Joel Paris, Renato Alarcon, Robert Ruegg, Juan J. Lopez-Ibor, G.E.Berrios, Erik Simonsen, Vincent Caballo, Drew Westen, Michael Rutter, Peter Tyrer,

Irving Weiner, Judith Beck, Seth Grossman,

Glen O. Gabbard, W. John Livesley

Mel Sabshin (reviewer)


Wpa isspd module ii

WPA/ISSPD module II

Clinical presentations of the specific personality disorders


Contributors to module ii

Contributors to module II

  • Larry Siever, US (Paranoid)

  • Henning Sass & Reinhild Schwarte , Germany (Schizoid)

  • Svenn Torgersen, Norway (Schizotypal)

  • Stephen Hart, US (Dyssocial)

  • Anthony Bateman, England (Borderline)

  • Bruce Phohl, US (Histrionic)

  • Elsa Ronningstam, US (Narcissistic)

  • Yutaka Ono, Japan (Avoidant)

  • Robert Bernstein, US (Dependent)

  • Vincent Caballo, Spain (Obsessive-Compulsive)

  • Michael Stone, US (Sadistic)

  • Chris Perry, US (Passive-aggressive)


Module iii

Module III

Real cases presented following given format:

presenting complaints

history of illness

mental status

family and social history

medical history

treatment course

differential diagnosis


Vignettes

Vignettes

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, England, Holland, Italy, Norway, Romania, Serbia-Montenegro, Spain, USA, Uruguay

WE NEED VIGNETTES FROM OTHER COUNTRIES !!! Africa? Asia?

Please contact: Erik Simonsen: [email protected]


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Assessment and treatment of Personality Disorders is an underdeveloped service within General Psychiatry

  • There is a lot of stigma and lack of knowledge

  • Education is needed, both in primary care and in secondary care

  • WPA/ISSPD Educational Program will be an important step forward


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