Date & Time
Monday, November 1, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
411 Antisocial Personality Disorder: Its Diagnosis, Genesis, Treatment, and Management*

Patients diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder inflict more harm upon society than those suffering from any other mental disorder. The session offers a detailed examination of the current and proposed diagnostic criteria for the disorder and belief systems and thinking styles associated with ASPD. Attendees will learn about five evidence-based treatments and, using case studies and role replays, practice strategies for managing patients resistance to treatment.

Educational Objectives:

Restate the eight primary criminal thinking patterns described by Walters

Describe the central concepts and key interventions associated with evidence-based treatments for ASPD

Identify four strategies for managing patient resistance to treatment

Level: Intermediate

Mental Health