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Metacognitive interpersonal therapy draws on cognitive behavioural therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy and psychodynamic therapy traditions. Knowledge and practice experience in one of these therapies will enable you to get the most benefit from this course. We expect the course to be especially
valuable to psycologists, psychiatrists, mental health professionals, and those working in substance abuse and forensic service areas.
The Bernard O'Shea In-service Centre19 Lovedale Street Wilston Qld 4051
This course runs over 2 days:
For more information about course content, contact Maria Lyne.
For questions about registration or payments, contact the office of Continuing Professional Education.
While personality disorders are much less common than high prevalence disorders such as anxiety and depression, their treatment occupies a substantial part of both private and public mental health practice. There are two reasons for this. The first is that they involve deeply entrenched
thinking, relational and behavioural characteristics, which means that change is slow. The second is that personality disorders typically result in substantial functional impairment, which often flows through to others and the wider community. Personality disorders cannot be simply ignored.
Metacognitive interpersonal therapy for personality disorders (MIT-PD) is different from other approaches to treatment of personality disorder, in that it does not focus on specific symptoms or behaviour and therefore does not target specific personality disorders. Rather it targets the pervasive higher-order thinking, interpersonal and behavioural characteristics that can be found in all personality disorders. MIT-PD is based on a structured and manualized set of procedures aimed at guiding the clinicians' therapeutic engagement and treatment from the very first session to the treatment conclusion.
The starting point is collaborative case formulation, which is developed by identifying the maladaptive interpersonal schemas as appearing in the patients' autobiographical narratives. Once a shared formulation is established, the therapy works on metacognitive differentiation or critical distance from maladaptive interpersonal schemas and experiential access to the healthy self. Throughout therapy, there is a focus on prevention and repair of alliance ruptures, metacommunication in the therapeutic relationship, and behavioural experiments.
The course will contain both didactic and experiential components, including:
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Giancarlo Dimaggio, MD, psychiatrist and psychotherapist, founding member of the Center for Metacognitive Interpersonal Therapy, Rome. Trainer for the Italian Society of Cognitive and Behavior Psychotherapy (SITCC). He has published more than 100 papers on theory, research and treatment of personality
disorders and schizophrenia. He has written or edited six books about psychopathology and psychotherapy. He developed Metacognitive Interpersonal Therapy for personality disorders and is training or supervising teams in Denmark, Norway and Portugal.
Registration for this course is now closed. Contact the Office of Continuing Professional Education to register your interest for future offerings of this course. We'll let you know when dates are confirmed and registrations open.
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FEE-HELP and HECS are not available for Continuing Professional Education courses.
To cancel your registration, you must apply in writing to the Course Manager at the Office of Continuing Professional Education.
If you cancel at least 10 business days before the course commences, you will receive a partial refund, ie: the total fee minus a non-refundable $100 administration fee. No registration refunds will be made after this time.
We reserve the right to cancel the course under certain circumstances, such as unavailability of staff. If this happens, we will advise you as soon as possible, and give you a full refund. We are not responsible for any expenses you may have incurred if the course is cancelled.