National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder invites you to
Meet and Greet the Experts
Understanding the Brain and Borderline Personality Disorder
October 21st, 2011
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Cocktails and Hors d’Oeuvres
BG Restaurant, Bergdorf Goodman
754 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, New York
John Oldham, MD
- President, American Psychiatric Association
- Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, The Menninger Clinic
Bruce Cuthbert, PhD
- Director, NIMH Division of Adult Translational, Research and Treatment Development
- Head, NIMH Research Domain Criteria, (RDoC) initiative
Herbert Pardes, MD
- Executive Vice Chairman of the Board New York-Presbyterian Hospital
- President, NEA-BPD Scientific Advisory Board
- President, The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation Scientific Council
- Inspiring individual who has found her way back from borderline personality disorder
- Founder, RethinkBPD, a peer-led advocacy and support group
NEA.BPD is the nation’s leading non-profit organizationwhich hosts conferences, conducts family education programs internationally, and raises public awareness of Borderline Personality Disorder.
The organization’s mission is to “Advance the BPD Agenda.,” aimed at building meaningful lives for those who suffer from BPD.
Proceeds from the event will go toward the Family Connections programs
You can make a difference...
NEA-BPD is a 501(c) (3) organization comprised of family and professional volunteers so that 100% of your donation will go to funding programs. Your donations are tax-deductible.
If you would like to make an additional donation to NEA.BPD to help continue and increase initiatives in advancing the BPD agenda please use our donation page.
The Meet and Greet Reception is in honor of the 10th anniversary of the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEA-BPD).
Thank you for your continued support of NEA.BPD initiatives.
“The brain is the last and grandest biological frontier, the most complex thing we have yet discovered in our universe. It contains hundreds of billions of cells interlinked through trillions of connections. The brain boggles the mind.”
James Watson (Discovering the Brain, National Academy Press, 1992)