Friday 4/21 from 8:15am to 5:30pm, EST
Saturday 4/22 from 8:15am to 4:00pm, EST
This conference features two days of presentations by innovative and esteemed field leaders, thought-provoking and informative conference sessions, and opportunities to network. Our sessions and panel discussions touch on many complex topics. This includes personality disorder (PD) diagnosis and assessment, mechanisms within evidence-based treatment for PDs, and examinations of PDs presenting with complex comorbidities.
Personality disorders and the breadth of complex subjects to be discussed during the conference are widely stigmatized and misunderstood outside of the many providers and researchers who are dedicated to understanding these topics. For this reason, each presentation will prioritize increasing real-world application of the findings, and NASSPD continually strives to include presenters with diverse experiences. Personality disorders are both prevalent and can carry severe negative outcomes, therefore NASSPD aims to share knowledge which is applicable to a wide range of care settings, and which can be readily shared with practitioners who may be less familiar with personality disorder research.
Please ask all of your questions. Get feedback on your challenging cases. And find the guidance you need to improve outcomes for your patients with PDs.
The conference will be hybrid (in person and virtual attendance options). Those who indicated they will join virtually when they registered will be emailed access information prior to the conference. For those attending the conference in person, it will be held at the following location:
The Conference Center at Waltham Woods
Driving directions (free parking)
Included dining (breakfast, lunch, snacks) information