'Personalities in Disorder': Introduction to MBT
An introduction to Mentalization-Based Treatment for people diagnosed with borderline and antisocial personality disorder.
During this one-day workshop, you will learn about Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT). This is a relatively new evidence-based approach for working with people who have been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD).
During the day we will cover the following areas:
- Diagnostic Criteria for BPD and ASPD from DSM as well as the ICD11.
- The rationale for MBT.
- What is mentalizing?
- Why is mentalizing important?
- Attachment theory and mentalizing
- Poles of mentalizing.
- What is good mentalizing?
- What is poor mentalizing?
- MBT treatment - what does it look like in practice, linking theory to practice?
- MBT for working with other treatment populations.
About the trainer:
Malcolm Peterson is a UKCP registered Psychotherapist, he is also on the BPC roster of MBT practitioners. He currently works as a specialist psychotherapist in the NHS working with people diagnosed with BPD and ASPD. He also works for another NHS trust as an Adult Group Psychotherapist, working within a Sexual Health and HIV clinic as well as having a small private practice.
Bookings can be made by emailing me directly or via Eventbrite.