CANCELED Practice Update: Borderline Personality Disorder: Where are We? May 1, 2020
This course has been canceled possible re-schedule is pending.
Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder can be challenging for clinicians and health care systems. They often have high medical resource utilization, comorbidities, and impulsive behaviors. Lack of available resources for appropriate treatments in many areas, especially in Central Wisconsin, can accentuate the dilemmas of treatment.
This activity is designed to provide foundational knowledge in identification, treatment, and interaction with/for those with Borderline Personality Disorder. The program is interactive with breakout sessions to practice proven therapy approaches. Education on the predisposing and perpetuating factors which lead to ongoing maladaptive behaviors and responses often seen in the clinical setting will allow for more productive patient engagement and treatment. Etiology, proven therapy modalities, and psychopharmacology will be discussed.
This event is intended for healthcare providers who work with patients with Borderline Personality Disorder including physicians, nurses, APN's, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.
- Discuss the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
- Describe the biological and environmental factors which lead to the development of BPD
- Analyze the challenging behaviors associated with this diagnosis
- Review the general purpose, goals, and structure of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- List assumptions of DBT and how maintaining these assumptions facilitates effective treatment
- Identify strategies for working effectively with patients experiencing BPD
8:00-8:15am OVERVIEW AND PRETEST Edward J. Krall, MD
Amanda J. Gregas, PhD, LP, and Beth Shaw, PhD
This program will feature a half-day interactive seminar with breakout sessions designed to give participants experience in learning and practicing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy techniques.
10:00-10:15am BREAK AND POSTER REVIEW
12:00- 12:30pm LUNCH
12:30-1:00pm POSTER SESSION
1:00-2:30pm MCW CENTRAL WISCONSIN PSYCHIATRY RESIDENCY FACULTY AND RESIDENT PANEL
- PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR PERSONALITY DISORDERS Ryan Stever, MD, and Robert Gouthro, MD
- PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS FOR PTSD IN ADULTS Amy Butterworth, MD, and Dileep Borra, MD
- CO-MORBIDITIES IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDERS Tsarina VanWieren, DO, and Philip Sweet, MD
2:30-2:45pm BREAK AND POSTER REVIEW
2:45-3:45pm MCW CENTRAL WISCONSIN PSYCHIATRY RESIDENT PANEL
- PATHOGENESIS OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY Brittney Harding, MD, and Edward J. Krall, MD
- PROVIDER BURNOUT IN WORKING WITH BPD CLIENTS Dileep Borra, MD
3:45-4:00pm POST-TEST/EVALUATION Edward Krall, MD
All persons in control of content have NO relevant financial relationships to disclose.
In accordance with the ACCME policy on relevant financial disclosure, all planners were asked to reveal any relevant financial relationships. Drs. Gouthro and Krall have nothing to disclose.
- 7.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
- 7.00 Hours of ParticipationHours of Participation credit.
A $3.00 non-refundable processing fee is assessed on all registrations.
Registration fee Includes light breakfast, lunch, break snacks, and CE credit.
The billing address entered at check out must match the address associated with the credit card used or your credit card will be declined.
(Fee waived for MCW Medical Students and MCW/Aspirus Residents—electronic registration is required with special student registration code.)
CONTACT: CENWISpsychiatry@mcw.edu or 715-870-0906 for Student Registration Code/Questions/Special Accommodation Requests.
Refunds: Refunds may be obtained in full if request is received before Friday, April 24, 2020. There will be no refunds thereafter.