September 30, 2014

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Australian launch—Family Connections going across the pond.

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 […]

New article in NEABPD’s on-line journal Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation.

Stigma Campaign! Month of October. Spread the word…NEA-BPD will be celebrating persons in recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder throughout the month of October through their #BeyondBPDStigma social media campaign.

“A Football Life”-documentary about Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall and his wife Michi. Mental health advocates supporting NEA.BPD initiatives. Current one- Early detection and treatment. Send in your comments.

Mr and Mrs Brandon Marshall at NEA.BPD event

Save the Dates: Some of the coming 2014/2015 NEA.BPD Conferences.

NEA.BPD Family Education Workshops -2014-2015 Schedule

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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, 2014 Family Involvement […]

New Article on NEA.BPD’s Journal BPDED.COM

Family Connections Weekend Workshop – September 13 & 14, 2014, Old Town Alexandria, V

Interested in a Family Connections “crash course”?  In many communities, there are lengthy wait lists for Family Connections classes.  We’re offering  a two-day intensive weekend version of the course as an alternative to the standard 12-week educational program. More info and Register and Pay  

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.