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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: rfes@ra.dk. WPA Educational Programs.

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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: rfes@ra.dk


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

  • Teaching and learning about Schizophrenia

  • WPA/PTD Program on Depressive Disorders

  • Social Phobia

  • ICD-10 Training kit


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 Disorders

  • Module I (general overview)

  • Module II (specific disorders)

  • Module III (vignettes)


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)

  • 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)

  • Therapeutic management

    Psychodynamic therapies

    Cognitive therapies

    Biological treatemnt

    Combining pharmatherapy and psychotherapy


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

Clinical presentations of the specific personality disorders


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

Real cases presented following given format:

presenting complaints

history of illness

mental status

family and social history

medical history

treatment course

differential diagnosis


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: rfes@ra.dk


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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