Psychopathology: Theory and Practice

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With Module Speaker:
Alexandra RichmanAnna MotzRémy AquaroneLucy BivenDr David CelaniDr Ronald DoctorMary HaleyProfessor Onno van der HarProfessor Jeremy HolmesProfessor Brett KahrDr Jean KnoxDr Ruth LaniusGill McGauleyDr Susan MizenDr Phil MollonDr Clara MucciDr Adah SachsDr Allan SchoreProfessor Mark SolmsDr Celia TaylorDr Estela Welldon

This newly curated collection of presentations provides a glimpse into the field of psychopathology, ranging from severe manifestations of forensic psychological disorders to the more ordinary neuroses of everyday life. The collection combines 21 hours of edited audio or video material, which has been selected from our other online modules for its relevance to this theme. The package focuses on conditions that are described as mental illnesses, and which satisfy DSM diagnostic criteria but discussed via a range of different theoretical perspectives.

ONLINE BOOKING

Confer member: £144
Self-funded: £175
Organisationally-Funded: £200
Institutional account (4 or more): £80 per user
This account is for several post-qualified subscribers within an organisation. Use the continue shopping button to add one payment per person in your group. We will then contact you for their names and email addresses, and open a personal account for each one.
Teaching licence: (10 or more): £50 per student
This account is for using the module as a teaching aid for pre-qualified students. Use the continue shopping button to add one payment per person in your group. We will then contact you for their names and email addresses, and open a personal account for each one.
CPD Certificate of Attendance: £36 per user
You are purchasing here a certificate of attendance for up to a maximum of 21 hours CPD pro rata on the basis of correct answers in multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module. We recommend that you print your test form and consider the answers in advance as you view the videos.
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FEES

Confer member:
£140
(Click here to become a member)

Self-funded:
£175

Organisationally-funded:
£200

Institutional account (4 or more):
£80 per user

Teaching licence (10 or more):
£50 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
£36

Alternatively, this is included in our 30 week seminar programme Psychopathology: Theory and Practice (begins Sept 2019)

CPD level:
£495 (or 12 monthly payments of £45)

Certificate level:
£1,185 (or 12 monthly payments of £100)

Diploma level:
£1,895 (or 12 monthly payments of £160

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for up to 21 hours of CPD (pro rata on the basis of correct answers in multiple choice questionnaire. £36

MODULE
INCLUDES

  • 21 hours of video and audio presentations illustrated with captions, diagrams or images
  • Supporting notes, slides or references
  • Bibliography linked to relevant articles and books
  • Additional resources relating to each speaker
  • Discussion forum
  • A Certificate of Attendance through which you can acquire up to 21 hours CPD on the basis of a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the traditional taxonomy of psychopathology (e.g. neurodevelopmental disorders; personality disorders; paraphilic disorders; anxiety disorders).
  2. Compare and assess the psychoanalytical and psychotherapeutic alternatives to the study of aetiology and treatment.
  3. To be able to discuss the different ways in which developmental trauma neglect and abuse influence the aetiology of Narcissistic and Borderline Personality Disorder.
  4. To assess and describe the importance of carefully placed boundaries when working with forensic patients, the risk of triggers.
  5. To be able to analyse and design ways of working more effectively with psychotherapy patients who have fears of committing acts of violence, and to place those fears into the context of adverse childhood experiences and disturbed attachment relationships.
  6. To understand the neurobiological basis of anxiety, to be able to identify the two different patterns generated by fear and grief, along with appropriate treatment options.
  7. To be able to ethically interview and assess the fitness and suitability of severely traumatised people to stand trial or appear as witnesses in court.
  8. To be able to consider the impact of transference on treatment teams in a forensic setting and to understand which measures might mitigate this.
 

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