Workshops

ESSPD Workshops on Personality Disorders
Skills Training for Effective Treatments

More detailed information regarding the registration process will follow shortly.

Date

June 3–5, 2021

Faculty & general topics

  • Anthony Bateman – Structured Clinical Management
  • Arnoud Arntz – Schema Therapy
  • Bo Bach – PD diagnosis in ICD-11/DSM-5
  • Michaela Swales – Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Svenja Taubner – Mentalization-Based Treatment
  • Stephan Doering – Transference-Focused Psychotherapy

Participation Fees

For the workshops the following participation fees will apply.
Full program (6 workshops / 3,5 hours each):

  • Eastern-European participants or mental health nurses or students: 120€
  • All other participants: 240€
  • Single workshop: 50€

Note

The Workshops will be organized as a virtual event with on-line participation of speakers and participants.

Organizers

ESSPD in collaboration with University of Latvia Faculty of Medicine, Latvian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies, Latvian Association of Medical Psychotherapists and The Baltic Schema Therapy Institute.

Preliminary Programme

9:00–12:30

Workshop 1:

Arnoud Arntz – Imagery Rescripting as a transdiagnostic technique

12:30–13:30

Lunch and virtual social gathering

13:30–17:00

Workshop 2:

Anthony Bateman – Principles of Structured Clinical Management for borderline personality disorder

Note

There are short breaks throughout workshops

9:00–12:30

Workshop 3:

Svenja Taubner – Mentalization-Based Treatment for adolescents and young adults

12:30–13:30

Lunch and virtual social gathering

13:30–17:00

Workshop 4:

Michaela Swales – Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: Treating Complexity and Risk

Note

There are short breaks throughout workshops

9:00–12:30

Workshop 5:

Bo Bach – Clinical application of the ICD-11 classification of personality disorders

12:30–13:30

Lunch and virtual social gathering

13:30–17:00

Workshop 6:

Stephan Doering – Introduction to Transference-Focused Psychotherapy

Note

There are short breaks throughout workshops