July 30, 2014

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What Works for Borderline Personality Disorder: Conference Videos

Here’s two quick videos from the What Works for Borderline Personality Disorder Conference that took place in Tel-Aviv, Israel on February 7 and 9, 2014.

Secrets of Validation Conference March 8, 2014 Over 200 in attendance. Carl Dunn receives the Jim and Diane Hall Award for outstanding service

NEA BPD Validation Workshop Save the Date 3 - 4

Registration is open at www.council-houston.org Presented by Alan Fruzzetti, Ph.D. and Karyn Hall, Ph.D. Learn to improve relationships and reduce emotional conflict. March 8, 2014 The Hamill Foundation Conference Center 303 Jackson Hill Street Houston, TX 77007 Cosponsored by:    Secrets of Validation   8:30 – 9:00                Registration and Breakfast 9:00 -9:20                  Introductions, Recognitions […]

NEA.BPD Presents Elsa Ronningstam

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Interpersonal Relationships

From Research Across the Lifespan and Clinical Applications for Treatment – October 18-19, 2008 For more videos, check out the NEA.BPD Media Library

Debbie Davidson

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Videos from the Yale Conference are online….

Videos from the 2013 Yale- @NEABPD Conference are online! t.co/dUqahLRpqx #BPD — Yale Psychiatry (@YalePsych) July 8, 2013

Dialectical Behavior Therapy – Charles Swenson

From NASSPD Annual Conference – April 20-21, 2013 For more videos, check out the NEA.BPD Media Library

NIMH Twitter Chat

  More than 5% of U.S. adults have #borderline personality disorder as reported in a NIMH study#NIMHchats — Mental Health NIMH (@NIMHgov) May 31, 2013 self-injury & suicide attempts are hallmarks of #BPD.#NIMHchats — Mental Health NIMH (@NIMHgov) May 31, 2013 . @borderlineinfo educate and re-educate mental health professionals. No longer a hopeless disorder! #NIMHchats […]

Most accurate article on BPD we have recently read—kudos!

By Melissa Valliant The truth behind (arguably) the most misunderstood mental illness of our time Despite being more common than schizophrenia and bipolar disorder combined, borderline personality disorder remains one of the least understood and most stigmatized mental illnesses. It’s so misunderstood and stigmatized, in fact, that the press release I received on the subject […]

People With Borderline Personality Disorder Do Recover, Says Expert

Patients who meet criteria for recovery from borderline personality disorder (BPD) are more likely to marry and be parents than those who do not recover, and they are more likely to do so at an older age. That’s what Mary Zanarini, Ed.D., of McLean Hospital, Belmont, Mass., reported today at a symposium on long-term outcome […]