Human Rights, Dilemmas & Solutions in Personality Disorder

Human Rights, Dilemmas & Solutions in Personality Disorder

Human Rights, Dilemmas & Solutions in Personality Disorder Conference St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

Details

Conference Theme

The management of individuals with personality disorder is both a challenging and controversial area of psychiatry. Personality disorders are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed and despite the evidence for a range of effective approaches personality disorder service provision remains patchy and of uncertain quality with the commissioning of services fragmented between CCGs, local authorities and NHS.

This event will take a close look across existing guidance and promote, share and introduce current best practice in the treatment of personality disorder.

The delivery of evidence-based health-based treatments for personality disorder is necessary, but not sufficient, to tackle the issue. New organisational structures and theoretical frameworks are emerging, but this requires effective leadership and funding.

With this event, we intend to open up that wider debate about ‘what is it about the whole system that we need to change?’ in order to make the care of those with difficulties associated with personality disorder services effective, holistic and acceptable.

What to expect from this event

This event comprises sessions and talks given by professionals and experts in the field of personality disorder from a broad range of clinical backgrounds and expertise, offering different insights gained into best practice. The format also offers opportunities for delegates to participate.

The intended outcome of this event sees that delegates will be better informed about personality disorders; understanding how they arise, who gets diagnosed with them, what they really are and how to better identify them in the clinical setting. We also hope the delegates will have a better feel of the current debates in the field as well as developing their own networks.

By including the most up-to-date clinical guidelines and multiple well-established intervention strategies, this conference will help healthcare workers and other professionals to maximize their treatment impact by learning about these current evidence-based best practices and how to apply them in their own clinical setting.

Who is this conference suitable for?

This event will be useful to practitioners working in both secure and non-secure settings with patients who have personality disorders, learning how to support them while guaranteeing the continuation of professional development and ensuring a service that is both user and family/carer focused. It will also be helpful to policy makers and commissioners.

Registration space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

 

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Details

Conference Theme

The management of individuals with personality disorder is both a challenging and controversial area of psychiatry. Personality disorders are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed and despite the evidence for a range of effective approaches personality disorder service provision remains patchy and of uncertain quality with the commissioning of services fragmented between CCGs, local authorities and NHS.

This event will take a close look across existing guidance and promote, share and introduce current best practice in the treatment of personality disorder.

The delivery of evidence-based health-based treatments for personality disorder is necessary, but not sufficient, to tackle the issue. New organisational structures and theoretical frameworks are emerging, but this requires effective leadership and funding.

With this event, we intend to open up that wider debate about ‘what is it about the whole system that we need to change?’ in order to make the care of those with difficulties associated with personality disorder services effective, holistic and acceptable.

What to expect from this event

This event comprises sessions and talks given by professionals and experts in the field of personality disorder from a broad range of clinical backgrounds and expertise, offering different insights gained into best practice. The format also offers opportunities for delegates to participate.

The intended outcome of this event sees that delegates will be better informed about personality disorders; understanding how they arise, who gets diagnosed with them, what they really are and how to better identify them in the clinical setting. We also hope the delegates will have a better feel of the current debates in the field as well as developing their own networks.

By including the most up-to-date clinical guidelines and multiple well-established intervention strategies, this conference will help healthcare workers and other professionals to maximize their treatment impact by learning about these current evidence-based best practices and how to apply them in their own clinical setting.

Who is this conference suitable for?

This event will be useful to practitioners working in both secure and non-secure settings with patients who have personality disorders, learning how to support them while guaranteeing the continuation of professional development and ensuring a service that is both user and family/carer focused. It will also be helpful to policy makers and commissioners.

Registration space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

 

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Programme

 

08.30 - 09:00
Registration and Coffee

09:00 - 09:40
Chair's welcome and introduction "This is where we are now"
Dr Oliver Dale

Consultant Psychiatrist, Hammersmith & Fulham Personality Disorder Service Clinical Lead Cassel Hospital & Personality Disorder Pathway, West London NHS Trust Chair Cassel Hospital Charitable Trust
 
Dr Julia Blazdell
Network Coordinator for the Managed Clinical Network for Personality Disorders in WLMHT

09:40 - 10:20
Trauma-informed organisational change based on ACES
Dr. Karen Treisman

Clinical Psychologist, trainer, & author of Working with relational & developmental trauma in children & adolescents, London

 
Presentation Points
This presentation will provide attendees with a rationale for trauma-informed and trauma-responsive organisational change.

The presenter will draw on findings from her recent Winston Churchill Fellowship which saw her visit over 12 cities across America, and conduct over 100 meetings to research best practice in trauma-informed and trauma-responsive organisational change.

This presentation will briefly describe some of the key ingredients and components of trauma-informed and trauma-responsive organisational change; as well as some of the main implementation barriers and success factors

10:20 - 11:00
Safer Care for Patients with a Personality Disorder: "The Springbank Ward Experience”
Dr Jorge Zimbron

Consultant in General Adult and Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Springbank Ward Fulbourn Hospital

11:00 - 11:30
Morning Coffee Break and Networking

11:30 - 12:10
Belongingness and the role of Working alongside in Co-Produced Services
Dr. Steve Pearce

Consultant Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS
 

Ruth Eames and Stuart Whitelaw

Stars

12:10 - 12:40
Panel Discussion

12:40 - 13:40
Lunch Break and Networking

13:40 - 14:00
The Fall of Social Psychiatry and the Rise of Recovery
Dr. Frank Holloway

Formerly: Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director, Bethlem Royal Hospital

14:00 - 14:20
Social Work and leaning into the discomfort
Zoe Dent

Service Lead, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Personality Disorder Service Dartmouth Park Unit, Highgate Mental Health Centre


14:20 - 15:00
Human Rights and Personality Disorder – an Anthropological Perspective
Dr Hamideh Heydari Waite

Consultant Psychiatrist & Head of Complex Needs Psychotherapy Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

15:00 - 15:30
Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking

15:30 - 16:10
Who are we managing risk for? Exclusion, restriction and the outsourcing of blame
Keir Harding

Beam Consultancy - Providing Illumination & Support

16:10 - 16:50
Invisible Trauma: Working with Female Offenders With Personality Disorder
Anna Motz

Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Adult Psychotherapist and Independent Consultant for Institute of Mental Health

16:50 - 17:10
Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks

 

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)


Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Venue

VENUE INFO

 

 

St Alban’s Centre

  • Address: Leigh Place, Baldwin’s Gardens, London EC1N 7AB


The St Alban’s Centre, a Civic Trust award winner in its own right, forms part of the Parish Church of St.Alban the Martyr in Holborn, London EC1. The original Church was largely destroyed in 1941 by firebombs but rebuilt to a design by Adrian Gilbert Scott incorporating a number of the original features which remained intact after the fire. The Centre lies at the heart of the “Midtown” area of London with easy access to St Pancras, King’s Cross and Euston mainline stations and a short walk from Chancery Lane (Central Line) and Farringdon (Circle Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City Lines) Tube stations. Farringdon Station is also served by Thameslink trains and will be one of the Central London stations on the new Crossrail link.

TUBE STATIONS

Chancery Lane (Central Line with stops at Paddington (for Heathrow Express), Bank (for DLR to Canary Wharf and London City Airport) and Liverpool Street (for Stansted Express).

Farringdon (Circle Line, Metropolitan Line, Hammersmith and City Line with stops at King’s Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Liverpool Street (for Stansted Express). The Circle Line also has stops for Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross (Embankment)).

For further information on London Underground Services https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/tube/

MAINLINE RAILWAY

Farringdon Station for Services to
Bedford, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, St Albans, Wimbledon, Sutton, Sevenoaks, East Croydon, Gatwick Airport and Brighton (please note that during ongoing works to London Bridge Station Thameslink trains to and from Farringdon do not stop at London Bridge Station).

Moorgate Station for Services to
Welwyn Garden City, Hertford North, Stevenage., Hitchin and Letchworth Garden City

King’s Cross Station for Services to

Cambridge, Peterborough and King’s Lynn
Hull, York, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness

St Pancras International Station for Services to

Paris, Brussels and connections to Europe (Eurostar)
Leicester, Derby, Nottingham and Sheffield
North Kent and Ashford

Euston for Services to

Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow

For further information on Mainline Services http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

BUSES

In High Holborn only

8 Tottenham Court Road to Bow via Liverpool Street
25 Oxford Circus to Ilford via Stratford
242 Tottenham Court Road to Homerton Hospital via Liverpool Street
521 Waterloo to London Bridge via Cannon Street

In High Holborn and Gray’s Inn Road

46 Lancaster Gate to St Bartholew’s Hospital via Paddington and King’s Cross/St Pancras
45 St Pancras International to Streatham Hill serving King’s Cross/St Pancras and Blackfriars
17 Archway to London Bridge via Cannon Street and King’s Cross/St Pancras
341 Tesco Tottenham to County Hall via Waterloo

For further information on London Buses https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/

 


 

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)


Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Book Now

 

 

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)


Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Target Audience

 

Who should attend

The event will be particularly useful for:

  • Mental health staff working with patients with a personality disorder
  • Psychiatrists
  • Forensic Psychiatrists
  • Clinical and Research Psychologists
  • Forensic Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • General Practitioners
  • Social Workers 
  • Probation Officer
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Mental Health Nurses 
  • Service Managers and Service Commissioners 
  • Service Users and Carers

 

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)


Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00

Speakers

Chaired by:

Dr Oliver Dale
Consultant Psychiatrist, Hammersmith & Fulham Personality Disorder Service Clinical Lead Cassel Hospital & Personality Disorder Pathway, West London NHS Trust Chair Cassel Hospital Charitable Trust

 

Dr Julia Blazdell
Network Coordinator for the Managed Clinical Network for Personality Disorders in WLMHT

 

Chair's opening address
"This is where we are now"

 

Speakers & topics:

Dr. Karen Treisman
Clinical Psychologist, trainer, & author of Working with relational & developmental trauma in children & adolescents, London

 

Dr. Steve Pearce
Consultant Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS
Belongingness and the role of Working alongside in Co-Produced Services

 

 

Dr. Frank Holloway
Formerly: Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director, Bethlem Royal Hospital

 

Zoe Dent
Service Lead, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Personality Disorder Service Dartmouth Park Unit, Highgate Mental Health Centre

 

Anna Motz
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Adult Psychotherapist and Independent Consultant for Institute of Mental Health
Invisible Trauma: Working with Female Offenders With Personality Disorder

 

Dr Jorge Zimbron
Consultant in General Adult and Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Springbank Ward Fulbourn Hospital

 

Dr Hamideh Heydari Waite
Consultant Psychiatrist & Head of Complex Needs Psychotherapy Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Human Rights and Personality Disorder – an Anthropological Perspective

 

Keir Harding
Beam Consultancy - Providing Illumination & Support
Who are we managing risk for? Exclusion, restriction and the outsourcing of blame

 

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

St Alban's Centre in London - 7th of May 2019

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)


Standard Registration £295.00
Charity/Student Registration £245.00
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Please provide the delegate details in the above form, click "Add to cart" followed by "Checkout". If you wish to add another delegate, please click "Add a Delegate" first, complete the delegate details in above form and then "Add to cart" followed by "Checkout".

€322.00