National Education Alliance For Borderline Personality Disorder

About BPD

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.

For Professionals

Clinical overview of Borderline Personality Disorder and a free 6-module online course for professionals.

Family Connections

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.

Knowledge Centre

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.

BRINGING FAMILIES INTO THE PICTURE

One day conference for young people, families, supporters and clinicians

Friday 31 January 2020

Family Connections Leader Training

Participants of the FCLT will be trained as Volunteer Leaders of the Family Connections program and will be expected to commit to commence leading groups within one to three months of completing the training. To register and download a brochure visit our EVENTS web page

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Clinician Connections Training

The Clinician Connections (CC) program will be provided by renowned International guests from Ireland; Professor Daniel Flynn and Dr Mary Kells, who are visiting Australia to share their CC Program in QLD. This is the first offering of CC in Australia and it is proudly sponsored by Metro South Mental Health and Addictions Services (MSMHAS) in conjunction with the Family Connections Leader Training. To register and download a brochure visit our EVENTS web page

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The Impact on Suicidality on Family and Friends

This webinar is for family members who have experienced, witnessed or learned about their loved one's suicide attempt and may have increased distress, grief, overwhelming worry or fear about their loved one's safety, increased alertness or hypervigilance, and uncertainty about how to respond to their loved one's behaviour. Family members often find themselves anticipating the next crisis, without a chance to recover or process the previous one. A recent research study has indicated that these...

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