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    Lester & Vandegaer (2017)

    Dealing With Our Difficult Clients: Issues and Challenges Part II – Gregory Lester, Ph.D. and Sister Paula Vandegaer, L.C.S.W.

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    Lester & Vandegaer (2017)

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    Centers see clients with personality disorders regularly. They are our clients but they may also seek to be our volunteers and some will seek to be on the Board. It is necessary to be able to recognize them since they can be quite disruptive. This session will describe the more frequent ones that come to our center and assist you with specific tools and strategies designed to recognize and manage these people.
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    Lester & Vandegaer (2017)

    Centers see clients with personality disorders regularly. They are our clients but they may also seek to be our volunteers and some will seek to be on the Board. It is necessary to be able to recognize them since they can be quite disruptive. This session will describe the more frequent ones that come to our center and assist you with specific tools and strategies designed to recognize and manage these people.

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