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Identification & Interventions for Successful Treatment of Narcissistic, Borderline & Antisocial Personality Disorders

  • 14 Jun 2024
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • UNT HSC EAD 714 or via Zoom
  • 20


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Daniel J Fox, PhD - Psychologists - 2002 Timberloch Pl, The Woodlands ...

Identification & Interventions for Successful Treatment of Narcissistic, Borderline & Antisocial Personality Disorders

with Dr. Daniel Fox

Friday, June 14, 2024

UNT HSC EAD 714 or via Zoom log in

1PM to 4PM

Daniel J. Fox, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist based in Texas, a renowned international speaker, and a recipient of multiple awards for his work as an author. With over two decades of experience, he has focused on the treatment and evaluation of individuals with personality disorders in various settings, including the state and federal prison system, universities, and private practice. Dr. Fox's expertise lies in personality disorders, ethics, burnout prevention, and emotional intelligence. He is retired from the federal prison system after 21 years, and he also holds the position of Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Houston, while maintaining a private practice specializing in the assessment and treatment of individuals with complex psychopathology and personality disorders. Dr. Fox has conducted numerous workshops and seminars on topics such as ethics and personality disorders, the relationship between personality disorders and crime, treatment approaches for clients across the antisocial, borderline, narcissistic, and histrionic personality spectrum, emotional intelligence, and mental health management within the prison system, among others. He also has a popular YouTube channel that focuses on mental health and personality disorder issues.

  • Learning Objectives

  • 1.     Gain a comprehensive understanding of the cognitive, affective, interpersonal, and impulse control aspects that define personality disorders, enabling accurate diagnosis and differentiation of NPD, BPD, and ASPD.
  • 2.     Learn to identify the pervasive, enduring, and inflexible nature of PD symptoms, aiding in the formulation of effective and individualized treatment plans for clients with NPD, BPD, and ASPD.
  • 3.     Acquire strategies to address the unique challenges of treating ASPD, including managing issues related to lack of trust and high attrition rates, to improve client engagement and treatment adherence.
  • 4.     Learn techniques to effectively address the dual aspects of narcissistic personality disorder, focusing on managing grandiosity and underlying vulnerabilities to foster therapeutic progress
  • 5.     Develop skills to build stable therapeutic relationships with clients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, focusing on managing intense emotional responses and addressing fears of abandonment.
  • 6.     Master practical techniques to foster client insight, manage countertransference, and build essential therapeutic skills in social engagement, cooperation, self-management, and emotional resilience, ultimately improving patient outcomes and enhancing clinical practice.

Fort Worth Area Psychological Association


P.O. Box 471432

Fort Worth, Tx 76147


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