The Link Between Trauma, Depression and Borderline Personality Disorder
By Colin Ross, MDMelissa Caldwell-Engle, MS, ATR
Dr. Ross and Melissa Caldwell Engle provide an in-depth advanced training on the Trauma Model. Trauma Model Therapy involves a mix of cognitive-behavioral and expressive therapies. It is suitable for a wide range of Axis I and II disorders and addictions, and for the extensive co-morbidity common in borderline personality disorder. Dr Ross shows us the link between trauma, depression and borderline personality disorders. Dr Ross gives his enlightening perspective and adds his humor regarding our diagnostic system known as the DSM; as it relates to his Trauma Model. Melissa spends the second half of this two part advanced training discussing the many treatment strategies and techniques and will illustrate these through case examples, and case consultations. The Trauma Model is meant to integrate the treatment process. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
List the core principles of Trauma Model Therapy
Describe the Spectrum of Emotions and its role in recovery.
Utilize treatment techniques for borderline personality and depression using the Trauma Model.
Online Video Course (6 Credits)
Online Audio Course (6 Credits)