March 31, 2015

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National Institute of Mental Health Funding! White Paper: “The Anatomy of NIMH Funding.”

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 Page 9 shows that borderline personality disorder receives the least amount of dollars for funding, Conversely, an email response from the NIMH webmaster: ” 2014 statistics show that Borderline Personality Disorders is the most viewed topic on the NIMH Website – that includes all sources/referrers, not just Google .”    To read full paper, go to http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USNIMH/bulletins/f832eb

NASSPD Conference March 28th and 29th. Special family rate $150!! For more information, please email neabpd@aol.com for full details.

March 1st Call-in 8pm to 9pm EST “Emotional Cascades and Understanding the Chaos and Complexity in Borderline Personality Disorder” Edward Selby, Ph.D. Register at neabpdcalls@aol.com

Third NASSPD NEA.BPD Conference March 28 and 29, 2015 Boston Mass. Master Clinicians: Martin Bohus, MD, Peter Fonagy, Ph.D, John Gunderson, MD, Marie-Paule DeValdivia, MBA, LCSW

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NEA.BPD Call-in Sunday February 22nd 8pm to 9pm EST Anthony Ruocco, Ph.D. “Cognitive Functioning and Functional Abilities in BPD.” register at neabpdcalls@aol.com

Hot off the NEABPD Call-in Series: Drs. Charlie Swenson and Kelly Koerner “Skills as the Core of DBT: Commentaries on the New Skills Manual.”

www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.com/resources/media-library/call-in-series-archive/

NEPDA Conference Saturday March 14 Belmont Mass

Saturday, March 14, 2015 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Payson Park Church 365 Belmont Street Belmont, MassachusettsNEPDA CONFERENCE FLYER FINAL