Effective Approaches for Successful Change in Clients with Borderline, Narcissistic and Antisocial Personality Disorders


  • Behavioural and Brief Treatment of Personality Disorders
  • Practical Management of Personality Disorders
  • Long-term, short-term, and brief treatment


Working with individuals with Personality Disorders has long been identified as one of the most challenging areas of practice.  This seminar will present cutting-edge information on Personality Disorders, along with the most current, effective, and powerful methods for treating and managing three challenging Personality Disorders: Borderline, Narcissistic and Antisocial.


Despite having familiarity with some specific aspects or models of understanding or treating personality disorders, most professionals find personality disorders to be the most confusing, frustrating, and difficult of all mental health conditions.  Fortunately, there have been recent advances in our understanding of personality disorders that offer professionals new, powerful, and highly effective methods for treating and managing these conditions in nearly any mental health, health care, or social service setting.


This is a unique training in which Dr Daniel Fox will draw on fifteen years of development and research to teach professionals the cutting-edge methods for diagnosing, treating and managing clients with personality disorders.  You will learn the elements common to all personality disorders and the most effective methods to treat and manage clients with the three above mentioned personality disorders.


This training will focus on teaching the practical methods that have been found to work successfully with this client population, including methods to repair disordered personality, diminish unproductive behaviours, enhance productive behaviours, generate appropriate and adaptable behaviours, and a.  These methods can be applied across a wide variety of mental health and social service settings, and can significantly improve professionals’ ability to deal effectively with this difficult client group.  You don’t have to be stuck, these tools will help you move forward, cut down on treatment frustration, and build a relationship you previously not thought was possible with your clients with these disorders.