September 1, 2015

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Alexis Yun Hill accepts NAMI National 2015 Young Leader Award. NEA.BPD acknowledged in her speech

NEA.BPD Australia hosts the 3rd Family Connections Training. Two-day training held in Adelaide with Alan Fruzzetti

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Another Family Connections Training in Australia Dr. Alan Fruzzetti in Adelaide June 29th and 30th. Sixty new leaders coming there soon!!

TV Interview with Dr Karyn Hall and Jaimie Lawson. An historic moment building awareness http://www.khou.com/videos/entertainment/television/programs/great-day-houston/2015/05/19/borderline-personality-disorder/27581355/

1st NEABPD Italy Conference highlighted in the press http://www.quotidianosanita.it/scienza-e-farmaci/articolo.php?articolo_id=27750 Click to read the article translation. 1st NEABPD Italy Conference

1st NEABPD Italy Conference

NEA.BPD Italy and NEA.BPD Australia each hosting their first events in May. Welcome to both. We are proud and honored to have you part of the NEA.BPD community.

In Australia: Family Connections Training weekend:  43 new leaders!   In Italy: NEABPD Italy conference 2015

May is BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER Awareness Month!

Dear NEA.BPD Community, In some way we have all been touched by BPD and many of us, in times of great despair, felt hopeless and alone.. We urge you to join all of us in reaching millions of people who are desperate for support and hope, by spreading awareness any way you can so no […]

Article by Ken Silk, MD on Medication Read abstract (click here).

The Process of Managing Medications in Patients with Borderline Personality Disorderab

May is BPD Awareness Month: NEA.BPD highlighting early detection and prevention.

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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