Personality Disorder is a psychiatric term that refers to people with extreme experiences of their mood, ways of thinking, behaving, or interacting with others in relationships.

It is also a term that people can use quite unhelpfully, either as a criticism or to label someone or as such, can have a lot of stigma surrounding it.

So what does Personality Disorder actually mean?

This course is to give an introduction to understanding Personality Disorder. We will cover the characteristic patterns of mood, thinking and behaviour that accompany a diagnosis, and the difficulties in managing relationships; the course will also consider some of the factors that could lead to these difficulties.

We will then discuss what may be helpful to people with Personality Disorder diagnosis, including what may benefit their relationships with people they feel close to. This course will also look at support available in Tower Hamlets.

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