August 20, 2014

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Fall/ Winter and Spring 2014/2015 Conference Schedule Coming Soon!

Happy Birthday NEA.BPD Founded on August 20, 2001. Thank you to all the professionals, family members and persons in recovery for supporting our effort.

NEA.BPD site is now posting research studies. Please go to http://www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.com/research-studies/.

Call-in Series recordings

Call-in Series recordings now number more than 70 one-hour presentations with handouts by leading researchers and clinicians. Click here to listen and print handouts.  

NEA. BPD McLean Hospital Monthly Free Lecture Series -1st Presentation

1st presentation.. 9/18 Dr John Gunderson McLean Hospital National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder www.neabpd Family Education Workshops -2014-2015 Schedule Thursdays 6:00 pm-7:15 pm DeMarneffe Building, Room 132 Made possible through generous philanthropic support, these workshops are FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC September 18, 2014 Introduction to Psychiatry John Gunderson, MD October 16, […]

NEA.BPD’s Family Connections Program noted in the New York Times

NEA.BPD’s Family Connections Program noted in the New York Times Science Section August 4, 2014 …………..From a mom; “I was very excited to come across the letter in Tuesday’s NY Times. When I read the original article about caregivers, I did indeed think about how much the family group helped us. When I look back […]

Save the Date for the Fall/Winter Conference

NEA.BPD is pleased to announce it 1st Save the Date for its Fall/Winter Conference Schedule. Houston, Texas… February 14, 2015. Healing Hearts of Families—Skills for Family Members: Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., Kelly Koerner, Ph.D., Elizabeth Newlin, MD.  More Save the Dates to come soon

New York State awards NEA.BPD another grant

New York State awards NEA.BPD another grant to training more Family Connections leaders in the state.   This is the 4th grant received from New York and NEA.BPD applauds the state in its support to help families and therefore help persons with BPD.