Understanding Personality Disorders: Impact on Parenting Capacity and Children’s Development - Virtual Training
Event Code
SCB/21/0156a
Venue
Virtual Learning, .
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Trainers
Marcia Rice
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14-19 Worker / Manager, Adoption and Fostering Worker / Manager, Assessment Worker / Manager, Child Protection Nurse, Child Protection Worker / Coordinator / Manager, Children's Centre Worker / Manager, Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN), Connexions PA / Worker / Manager, Consultant Social Worker, Creche Worker / Manager, Crime Prevention Worker / Manager, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Disability and Special Needs Worker / Manager, Early Years Worker / Practitioner / Manager, Education Welfare Officer / Manager, Family Worker / Manager, Foster Carer / Adopter, Headteacher (Primary), Health Visitor, Housing Worker / Manager, Learning Mentor, Mental Health Worker, Newly Qualified Social Worker, One o'Clock Centre Worker / Manager, Outreach Worker, Parent Worker, Participation Worker, Play Worker / Manager, Police Community Support Worker, Probation Officer / Manager, Residential Worker / Manager, School Nurse, Social Care Worker, Social Worker / Manager (Children), Speech and Language Therapist, Substance Misuse Worker / Manager, Teacher (All), Therapist, Trainee Social Worker, Welfare Officer, YOT Worker / Manager, Youth Worker / Manager
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14-19, Adolescents, Assessment, Child Development, Child Protection, Domestic Violence / Abuse, Drugs, Early Help, Emotional, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Engaging Children & Families, Information Sharing, Mental Health, Parental Substance Misuse, Parenting, Safeguarding (Children & Young People), Working with fathers
Event description
The course is aimed at providing front line social workers and managers who work with children and families affected by personality disorders in adults and young people. The course will explore different types of personality disorders, how they impacts on parents, and on children’s development and professionals. The course will support practitioners in developing effective skills in assessment and effective interventions for parents and children affected by personality disorders .
Learning Objectives:
• Identify the prevalence, nature and presentations of the most common types of personality disorders in DSMV and ICD10 which effects on adults and parents.
• Distinguish between cases where there is a formal diagnosis of personality disorder or where there are personality traits or other unresolved traumas which can affect parents, carers and children
• Identify the types of risks and impulsive behaviours presented by adults diagnosed with personality disorders
• Understand the role and impact of drugs and alcohol on presentation of personality disorders and other co-occurring disorders
• Understand the impact of parents with personality disorders on children’s development and parent –child relationships
• Examine the impact of gender and cultural differences on between men and women who are diagnosed with personality disorders, and the impact on parenting
• Exploring holistic THRIVE model of understanding and engaging with adults living with personality disorders
• Develop an understanding of the impact of personality disorder in relation to managing risk of harm to parents and children .
• Explore the dynamics which can affect professionals working with parents living with personality disorders
• Examining the effectiveness of clinical, social and "therapeutic" interventions for parents and children effected by personality disorders .
Training objectives
The course will support practitioners in developing effective skills in assessment and effective interventions for parents and children affected by personality disorders .
Learning Objectives:
• Identify the prevalence, nature and presentations of the most common types of personality disorders in DSMV and ICD10 which effects on adults and parents.
• Distinguish between cases where there is a formal diagnosis of personality disorder or where there are personality traits or other unresolved traumas which can affect parents, carers and children
• Identify the types of risks and impulsive behaviours presented by adults diagnosed with personality disorders
• Understand the role and impact of drugs and alcohol on presentation of personality disorders and other co-occurring disorders
• Understand the impact of parents with personality disorders on children’s development and parent –child relationships
• Examine the impact of gender and cultural differences on between men and women who are diagnosed with personality disorders, and the impact on parenting
• Exploring holistic THRIVE model of understanding and engaging with adults living with personality disorders
• Develop an understanding of the impact of personality disorder in relation to managing risk of harm to parents and children .
• Explore the dynamics which can affect professionals working with parents living with personality disorders
• Examining the effectiveness of clinical, social and "therapeutic" interventions for parents and children effected by personality disorders .
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Start Date
Tuesday 15 June 2021
End Date
Wednesday 16 June 2021
Closing Date
Tuesday 15 June 2021
Times
09:30 - 13:30
Maximum Places
30 
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Venue
 Virtual Learning, .
Trainers
 Marcia Rice
Start Date
Tuesday 15 June 2021
Times
 09:30 - 13:30
Notes
 Virtual training using Microsoft Teams
Venue
 Virtual Learning, .
Trainers
 Marcia Rice
Start Date
Wednesday 16 June 2021
Times
 09:30 - 13:30
Notes