Millon ® Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV

Presenter(s): Paul E Williams, PsyD, Seth Grossman, PsyD, Patrick Moran, PhD

During these sessions we will conduct expert-led discussions on the importance of assessments, followed by thematic “grand rounds” featuring a mental health case study.
 

Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

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Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

Presenter: Patrick Moran, PhD

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Presenter: Patrick Moran, PhD

Presenter: Patrick Moran, PhD

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Presenter: Patrick Moran, PhD

Presenter(s): Dr. Seth Grossman, PsyD

Dr. Grossman will provide an aspirational collaborative framework for using information from the MCMI-IV & MACI-II to help clients gain a more equitable sense of self in uncertain times, help identify & re-establish a sense of normalcy, and seek to promote resilience and avert mental health crises.

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As a result of the webinar participants will (1) distinguish between motivating aims of the Histrionic and Turbulent personality patterns; (2) define attention-seeking patterns evidenced by both personality prototypes, as well as potential differences with the presence of other personality influences; and (3) identify treatment directions based on these individual’s motivating aims.

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This webinar goes beyond DSM-5 categorical criteria and seeks to uncover and illuminate key motivational distinctions between two personality diagnoses known for interpersonal manipulation. Participants will examine how Millon's theory helps delineate this distinction and identifies therapeutic direction.

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This webinar is the second in a series which will explore the role of personality assessment in clinical practice, and illustrate the unique contribution of the Millon clinical instruments to understanding personality characteristics of patients.  

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This webinar is the first in a series which will explore the role of personality assessment in clinical practice, and illustrate the unique contribution of the Millon clinical instruments to understanding personality characteristics of patients.

Recorded: View Recording