WHEN INFLEXIBILITY PERSISTS:
PERSONALITY DISORDERS WEBINAR
Presenter: Dr. Paul Swingle
A deeply ingrained, inflexible pattern of relating, perceiving and thinking, serious enough to cause distress or impaired functioning: this is the realm of personality disorders. Whether it's a friend, loved-one or the individual himself/herself that seeks personal improvement, sometimes it's the neurological connections of the brain that limit such a change.
In this 1-hour recorded webinar, Dr. Swingle will reviewed the general clusters of the personality disorder and correlated them to the results of the ClinicalQ Assessment report. From paranoia to antisocial, borderline personality disorder to narcissist, and dependent to obsessive-compulsive, each division within the classification of personality disorders has a measurable neurological state and BrainDryvr protocol to alleviate the symptoms. Neurotherapists looking for some assistance with the evaluation and treatment of personality disorders will benefit from this session.
Note: All views expressed in the sessions are solely those of the presenters and participants and not those of the BFE.