Reconceptualizing Personality Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment
Dr. Verl T. Pope is the Department Chair and founding Program Director for the
Counseling Program at RMUOHP. He has
extensive experience in counseling program
develonment and counseling accreditation.
and has taught counseling for over 25 years.
Further. he has served in several academic
leadership roles at a number of universities.
Dr. Pove has worked in several agencies, both
public and private, and has significant clinical
Verl Pope, Ed.D., ICMHC counseling experience. He has consulted with
departments of Probation and Parole, iuvenile offces, schools, and the courts
on assessment and counseling issues. Further, he consults with other agencies and universities on accreditation issues. He is a licensed clinical mental health
counselor in Utan (oMHc and Missouri (LFC. He is nationally certined as a
counselor NCC. a mental health counselor (CCMC). and a clinical supervisor
(ACS). He has served, or currently serves, on a number of state and national committees. He maintains a number of professional memberships, has been
published numerous times, and has given many presentations, ranging from local and state events to national and international venues
Participants will be able to:
- Understand the current concepts of personality and personality disorders and how this is defined within the professional literature.
- Understand how personality disorders are diagnosed from the perspective of the DSM-5-TR general criteria, the Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders, and the ICD-11.
- Enhance their ability to conceptualize the impact of symptoms associated with personality disorders and formulate plans to remediate these eftects within the context of the therapeutic relationship.
*Note: Two hours of continuing education in ethics.
To register for this free, virtual workshop, please email Ken Roach at email@example.com