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    Mentalizing and Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) Seminars: Seminar 3

    Join us on this series to equip you with further knowledge, understanding and continue your development in mentalizing.

    About this seminar

    If we are mentalizing successfully, we are able to understand what is going on in our own minds and in the minds of other people, and realise how this is affecting the emotions, thoughts, and actions of ourselves and others. This understanding of our own perspectives as well as those of other people leads to more successful interactions and social relationships.

    Join us on this series to equip you with further knowledge, understanding and continue your development in mentalizing. Each half day seminar will encompass two topics accompanied by group discussion. We will invite participants to take part in small group work and encourage active participation.

    Timetable

    14.00-15.00 Talk - Short term versus Long term MBT - experience from research. Sebastian Simonsen

    15.00 - 15.20 Small group discussion

    15.20 - 15.45 Questions

    Break

    16.15 - 17.15 Talk - Can the evidence base for treatment length and outcomes inform clinical services? Patrick Luyten

    15.15 - 17.35 Small group discussion

    17.35 - 18.00 Talk

    Aims of the seminar

    • To develop clinical skills.

    • To gain further knowledge on Mentalizing and MBT.

    • To gain an understanding on developments and clinical research on Mentalizing.

    • An opportunity to engage in discussion and small group work with leading speakers.

    Who is this seminar for?

    The series is designed and suitable for those who have a working knowledge of Mentalizing and MBT, those who are engaged in areas of psychological treatments and research, and anyone who is interested in learning more about Mentalizing and MBT as part of their personal programme of continuing professional development.

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