Public Mental Health: Pushing the boundaries – Seminar 1

Public Mental Health: Pushing the boundaries – Seminar 1
Public Mental Health: Pushing the boundaries - Seminar 1
10 February 2021

About the Webinar

Seminar 1: Developing a public mental health approach to improve thinking around ‘personality
disorder’ 10 February 2021

This seminar centres on the diagnosis of personality disorder. There are two factors that make this an interesting
starting point for pushing boundaries in public mental health:

  1. It’s a tricky one! - It raises a number of fundamental questions on the nature of self,
    identity, the relationships between people and themselves and each other.
  2. There is little consensus or orthodoxy. - We can focus our efforts on developing a
    constructive new approach rather than dismantling rigid but flawed established
    traditions.

Video Playlist
1/4 videos
1
David Crepaz-Keay: Public mental health – pushing the boundaries
David Crepaz-Keay: Public mental health – pushing the boundaries
18:22
2
Ray Middleton: Public Mental Health – Thinking outside the box – New work requires New genres!
Ray Middleton: Public Mental Health – Thinking outside the box – New work requires New genres!
17:47
3
Alison Faulkner: Bringing 'personality disorder' out of the shadows - a survivor's perspective
Alison Faulkner: Bringing 'personality disorder' out of the shadows - a survivor's perspective
15:36
4
Anna Bergqvist: Personality Disorders and the Moral Self - Self-Management as Relational Autonomy
Anna Bergqvist: Personality Disorders and the Moral Self - Self-Management as Relational Autonomy
25:47

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