Using BWRT with Borderline Personalities CPD Questionnaire To obtain your full CPD points for this course, you must complete the following questions. "*" indicates required fields Prefix*Please SelectProfDrMrMsMissMrsFirst Name* Middle Name Last Name* Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Phone* Country* South African Practitioner International Practitioner Professional Category*Professional CategoryClinical PsychologistEducational PsychologistCounselling PsychologistIndustrial PsychologistRegistered CounsellorPsychiatristCommunity Service Psychologists (non-interns)Clinical Social WorkerInternational PractitionerPractice detailsPractice detailsPrivate PracticeUniversity Student CounsellingUniversity AcademicHospital/Clinic BasedPlease indicate your work areaHPCSA Registration Number* Please provide us with your HPCSA registration numberHiddenHBWRT Level Reason for choosing this activity:1. What is Borderline Personality Disorder?* a. A Personality Disorder b. A pervasive disorder of behaviour, affectivity, and way to relate to others All of the above (A+B) 2. Which of the following are characteristics of BPD?* a. Withdrawing from social contact b. Exaggerated fear of abandonment and rejection c. Persistent and pervasive feelings of tension and apprehension 3. Which of these behaviours are frequent in BPD?* a. Risky behaviours b. Encouraging or allowing others to make their important decisions c. Suggestibility, being easily influenced by others or circumstances 4. What kind of relationships do clients with BPD tend to establish?* a. They tend to blame others for their behaviours that put them in conflict with society b. They establish very intense relationships, characterised by extreme possessivity, and break them down as quickly as they have established them c. They prefer solitary activities 5. How do clients with BPD perform at work?* a. They often create conflict with co-workers and are prone to sudden, impulsive resignations b. They are loyal and reliable c. They tend to give conspirational explanations of events around them 6. What is the main defense mechanism in BPD?* a. Sublimation b. Splitting c. Suppression 7. Why do clients with BPD struggle to accept criticism?* a. Because they are perfectionists b. Because they don’t trust others’ opinions c. Because of splitting, they are all good or all bad. 8. According to Masterson, the Borderline engendering mother:* a. Expects the child to fulfill her own pressing emotional needs b. Shows the child affection only when the child makes her look good c. Expects the child to serve her and be her slave 9. How is BWRT helping to improve BPD symptoms and behaviours?* a. Promoting better self-esteem b. Promoting distance from the mother c. Promoting separation, individuation, and integration of whole objects and self- 10. In which order do we work with BWRT?* a. We immediately do Level 2 work as it deals with personality issues b. We deal with trauma first, and then use Level 1 work to deal with most of the answers to the Questionnaire. Only then we do Level 2 work. c. We use all the responses to the Questionnaire for Trigger Guards done after the end of Level 2, no matter how many sessions this would take. 11. The main ethical dilemma with BPD clients is;* a. Tolerating or containing risk of self-harm and suicide b. Disclose their self-harm to their GP c. Disclose their self-harm to family members 12. The main benefit of tolerating the risk of self-harm or suicide is:* a. Not having to disclose the risk to family members b. Not having to involve Emergency Services c. Respecting autonomy 13. The main disadvantage of containing risk of self-harm or suicide is:* a. Possible iatrogenic damage that violates the principle of non-maleficience b. Creating dependence and being invasive c. All of the above (A+B) 14. How could tolerating risk be perceived negatively by the client?* a. Their distress is not taken seriously b. We are scared of being accused of malpractice if we disclose their risk to family members or Emergency Services c.We don’t want to be inconvenienced 15. How can we ensure we give our client our best care?* a. Evaluating carefully case by case and circumstances by circumstances b. Containing long term risk and tolerating acute risk c. Preparing pre-empting voluntary contracts All of the above EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.