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    Gregory Lester, Ph.D. (2017)

    Understanding Our Difficult Clients: Issues and Challenges Part I – Gregory Lester, Ph.D.

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    Gregory Lester, Ph.D. (2017)

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    Many times clients seem “difficult” when they actually have a clinical condition known as a personality disorder. Personality disorders are the set of mental health conditions that are the least familiar to even experienced social service professionals. This session will discuss what a personality disorder is, how it works, how you can identify it, and why dealing with people with personality disorders requires a different way of thinking and talking.
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    Gregory Lester, Ph.D. (2017)

    Many times clients seem “difficult” when they actually have a clinical condition known as a personality disorder. Personality disorders are the set of mental health conditions that are the least familiar to even experienced social service professionals. This session will discuss what a personality disorder is, how it works, how you can identify it, and why dealing with people with personality disorders requires a different way of thinking and talking.

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