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Holy Personality Disorders Batman: Using Case Examples of Personality Disorders - Cleveland
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When: Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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Holy Personality Disorders Batman: Using Case Examples of Personality Disorders from Batman and His Archenemies - Cleveland

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This fun and exciting workshop with one of our most popular presenters, Linda Davis, will explore personality disorders by using Hollywood films of Batman and his numerous archenemies as case studies. Film clips will illustrate the criteria of the different personality disorders as outlined in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-5. The Alternative DSM-5 Model Personality Disorder found in Section III of DSM-5, (“Emerging measures and models”) will be explained and the personality’s disorders (Antisocial; Avoidant; Borderline; Narcissistic; Obsessive Compulsive; Schizotypal) will be outlined and discussed. Current treatment methods will be discussed, and small and large group exercises will be used to help further explain the disorders. Presenter: Linda Davis Linda M. Davis, PhD, LPC, LSW earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychology. During this time, she worked as both a child therapist and counselor. In 1985, she began working for Summit County Children Services and worked there for 30 years. During that time, she worked as an Intake worker, a Night Intake supervisor, a Crisis Intake Hotline Supervisor, an Educational Resources Supervisor, Visitation Supervisor, and a Quality Improvement Manager. While working at Children’s Services, she earned her Ph. D in Counseling and Supervision from the University of Akron. Dr. Davis also completed a two-year Ohio Child Welfare Trainer Certificate Program in 1996. Since 1996, she has worked as an independent trainer and consultant. Dr. Davis teaches seminars at Cleveland State University and has taught classes at The University of Akron (Psychology of Learning, Child Development, Teaching and Learning Strategies, and Research). Dr. Davis currently teaches seminars and workshops for colleges, social service agencies, and for the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program. In 2018, Dr. Davis was awarded the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program’s Linda Pope Trainer of the Year Award. Dr. Davis’ areas of expertise currently include mental health counseling, visitation, trauma, attachment theory, child development, research, supervision, ethics, foster care, and assessment.

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Cleveland State University

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Julka Hall

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2485 Euclid Ave

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