National Education Alliance
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a serious mental illness that can cause a lot of suffering, carries a risk of suicide and needs an accurate diagnosis along with targeted treatment.
Clinical overview of Borderline Personality Disorder and a free 6-module online course for professionals.
BPD can be challenging to live with for persons who have it, and also for their families and loved ones. Strong emotions and impulses can affect family relationships.
NEABPD Aust aims to provide a central resource hub comprising the latest knowledge on BPD. Information, research and articles will be sourced from Australia, the US and Europe and will include books and publications; links to organisations and programs; and conference presentations.
Family Connections Leaders Training
Saturday & Sunday, 18-19 August, between 8.45am to 5:00pm
*Registration will begin at 8:30am for a prompt 8.45am start.
Spectrum Room Level 1, 110 Church St, Richmond, Vic 3121, Australia
Carers: $100, Health Professionals: $150
*Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided.
Carolyn Bright is a Clinical Psychologist at the Fremantle Hospital Mental Health Service. Carolyn has extensive knowledge and experience of Borderline Personality Disorder with comprehensive training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. She is currently a Family Connections Leader in Perth.
Dr Sian Jeffery
Dr Sian Jeffery is a Clinical Psychologist and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Coordinator at the Fremantle Hospital Mental Health Service. Dr Jeffery has undertaken specialised training in DBT and presented extensively on BPD and DBT in Australia.