September 2, 2014

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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.  

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

1st presentation.. 9/18 Dr John Gunderson

NEA.BPD letter in the New York Times highlights Family Connections Program.

NEA.BPD letter in the New York Times highlights Family Connections Program.

Fall and Winter 2015 Conference Schedule Coming Soon.

NEA.BPD Conference planning is heavily under way with conference events planned in the US and other countries as well. Highlighted conference topics include early detection, treating adolescents, skills for families, the evolution of BPD as a diagnosis and the treatments that followed. More information available soon with Save the Dates!

NEA.BPD announces new Board Members

NEA.BPD announces new Board Members including Ken Silk MD, Professor, Department of Psychiatry University of Michigan

NAMI’s New Interim President!

NAMI’s New Interim President! NEA.BPD’s former Board Member Jim Payne. We are very proud and have loaned Jim out to NAMI!

One Million Dollar Donation!

Brandon Marshall and his wife Michi donate $1 million to mental health community.  Look forward to seeing them at the NEA.BPD events in Chicago May 30th!

Early Identification, Prevention and Treatment Think Tank

Think Tank Members

NEA.BPD 1st Think Tank on Early Identification, Prevention and Treatment of Child and Adolescent Borderline Personality Disorder.  Highly productive meeting with many BPD experts in one room.  More information to follow. 

Stories about recovery invited for submission!