(Previously Recorded) Borderline Personalities: Mood Swings and Rage in Divorce

(Previously Recorded) Borderline Personalities: Mood Swings and Rage in Divorce

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2-Part Webinar

Presenters: Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., and Megan Hunter, MBA

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Series Outline

Part 1: Understanding Borderline Personalities in Family Law Cases
March 12, 2019 12:00 pm PST

This webinar will provide basic information about borderline personality disorder, including their wide mood swings as clients, their intense rage against former partners, and desperate clinging to their children. They have predictable parenting behavior and frequent custody battles. Their predictable court and negotiation patterns will be addressed, as well as ways to spot them early in a case for better management and outcomes. Hopeful treatments will also be addressed.

Part 2: Dealing with Borderline Personalities in Family Law Cases
March 26, 2019 12:00pm PST*

This webinar will address ways of managing borderline personalities as clients and as opposing parties, in family court, and in negotiations and mediation. Case examples will be presented of dealing with borderline personalities in and out of court, including abusive behavior and false allegations, as well as handling continuing conflicts after court decisions have been made.

Registration for the live broadcast ends at 10am Pacific Time. Recorded webinars remain available for purchase.


50 minutes - lecture
10 minutes - live Q & A

Dates & Times

Tuesdays, 12 noon to 1pm Pacific Time
March 12 and 26, 2019


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Education Credits

High Conflict Institute is an approved provider of California Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE). This course qualifies for non-participatory "self study" MCLE for California attorneys for 1.0 general MCLE and does not count for special credit in any subject matter or required topic. No CE/CEU credits are available.

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Excerpt from webinar: Understanding Borderline Personalities in Family Law Cases