October 26, 2014

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900 in attendance at the 3rd ESSPD Conference held in Rome Oct 16 to 18th, 2014. One plenary speaker…Marsha Linehan, Ph.D.

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Radio interview with Andrew Chanen, MD in honor of Mental Health Week in Australia

There’s been an increasing recognition over the last two decades that personality and personality disorder are continuous and also that they are not what we once thought they were. We traditionally have thought of personality and personality pathology as being stable from early childhood or adolescence until the end of life, but in fact personality […]

Tweet from Italy about NEA.BPD resources

Excelente libro para psicoeducar familias con miembros con TLP \ Excelent book for families with TLP member @neabpd pic.twitter.com/haQKxNwBVY — Nicolas Labbé A. (@FranciscDrake) October 2, 2014

Australia declares the first week of October to be BPD Awareness Week

Following House Resolution 1005 passed in the US in 2008, Australian Senate releases a Notice of Motion declaring the first week of October to be BPD Awareness Week 30 September 30, 2014 We give notice that on the next day of sitting we will move: that the Senate: 1. notes that: a) at any one point […]

Australian launch—Family Connections “Going around the horn.”

NEA.BPD is excited to announce that it will commence Family Connections Leaders training in Australia early in 2015. The FC Leaders training weekend for mental health professionals and family members of people with borderline personality disorder will be offered at nominal cost. The training is for people interested in learning the skills to become volunteer […]

BPD author donates honorarium money from Oxford University Press to NEA.BPD. Thank you Timothy Trull, Ph.D.!

Trull, T. (2015). Contemporary approaches to conceptualization and etiology of Borderline personality disorder. In P. Blaney, R. Krueger, & T. Millon (Eds.) Oxford textbook of psychopathology (3rd ed.) (pp. 768-790). New York: Oxford University Press.

Coming soon on the NEA.BPD site: BPD Fact of the Week