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BPD10 Borderline - Neuroscience and Medication
The purpose of this module is to present how the brain reacts to stress and trauma, and how these changes may lead to the development of the borderline personality disorder.
Course Objective
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:
How the brain reacts to stress and trauma, and how these changes may lead to the development of the borderline personality disorder.
BPD emerges from vulnerabilities in brain function around regulation of affect and impulse control.
Research on the development of BPD 
The subject of medication for patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. 

Intended Audience
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists 
Author Bio
Larry Siever, MD Larry Siever, MD, author of The New View of Self: How Genes and Neurotransmitters shape your Mind, Your Personality, and Your Mental Health, is Professor of Psychiatry at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, and Director of the Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center at the Bronx VA Medical Center. 

Certificates
ASWB ASWB
Florida Board of Nursing Florida Board of Nursing
NAADAC NAADAC
NBCC NBCC
1.0 Hour 1.00 CE Credit(s) $22.33 QTY

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