Conference Presentations Videos

Borderline Personality Disorder Conference Presentations Archive

The videos available here are recordings from live presentations at national and international NEABPD conferences over the past decade. Every NEABPD conference include researchers, clinicians, mental health professionals of many disciplines, family members and individuals with borderline personality disorder.

Thank you to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) for both its 8 years of conference support and also its invaluable guidance.


12th Annual Yale-NEA-BPD Conference

New York – May 2016

Welcome Emily Ansell, Ph.D., Perry Hoffman, Ph.D., Marie-Paule de Valdivia, LCSW
WelcomeRajita Sinha
Suicide and BPD Treatment, Research, and Family PrioritiesSeth Axelrod, Ph.D.



Opening Remarks – Responding to the Consequences of Underfunded BPD Research Emily Ansell, Ph.D.
The Impact of Interpersonal Processes on Suicidal Behavior in BPD Nicole M. Cain, Ph.D.



BPD/Suicide lived experience speaker: Chelsea
BPD/Suicide lived experience parent speaker: Julia
Advancing Suicide Risk Detection and Prevention Joseph Franklin, Ph.D.



Suicidal Behavior in Borderline Personality Disorder Barbara Stanley, Ph.D.
Neurobiology of Suicidality: A View from Neuroimaging Jennifer Johnston, MA, LPC
NEA-BPD 2016 Presenter Panel Q&A




NASSPD

New York – April 2016

Integrating Family Skills Into Family Therapy for Families with BPDAlan E. Fruzzetti, Ph.D.
Childhood Maltreatment and Antisocial Personality Pathology: An investigation of Potential MediatorsAmy L. Byrd MAOA,
Multiple Family Therapy (MFT) and Commmunity EmpowermentLois W. Choi-Kain, M.D.


Levels of Acceptance and Forgiveness Reported by Borderline Patients and Axis II Comparison Subjects over 16 years of Prospective Follow-UpMary C. Zanarini, Ed. D.
Training Implications of the Generalist Model for Treating BPDJohn G. Gunderson, MD





11th Annual Yale NEA-BPD Conference: Meeting the needs of children and adolescents with Borderline Personality Disorder Features

May 1st, 2015

Welcome, Overview of NEA-BPD Family ConnectionsEmily B Ansell, PhD, Perry D. Hoffman, PhD and Ann and Matthew Costello
Opening RemarksJohn H Krystal, MD
Overview of BPD, Orientation to the Day and Conflicts of InterestEmily B Ansell, PhD & Seth R. Axelrod, PhD


Mentalization in Borderline Personality Disorder: From Bench to BedsideCarla Sharp, PhD
DBT for Pre-adolescent Children: Current Research, Challenges and FindingsFrancheska Perepletchikova, PhD
Intervening Early: Minding the Baby and Preventing Later PsychopathologyArietta Slade, PhD


Panel DiscussionAlec Miller, PsyD, Francheska Perepletchikova, PhD and Carla Sharp, PhD
DBT with Adolescents: Advances in Research and TreatmentAlec Miller, PsyD






Introduction to PsychiatryJohn Gunderson, MD September 2014
What works for Borderline Personality Disorder? The Family Perspective.Perry Hoffman, PhD and Cheryl Kampinsky, PhD Jerusalem, February 2014




Diagnosing and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents and Young Adults

Los Angeles, March 2013

Welcome & Opening RemarksPerry Hoffman, Ph.D. & Robin Kissel, MD
The State of the Art on Mentalizing-Based Treatment with Adolescents and FamiliesEfrain Bleiberg, MD
Advances in DBT Research and TreatmentAlec Miller, PsyD


Addressing the Stigma in Diagnosing and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents and Young AdultsBlaise Aguirre, MD
Morning Panel ModeratedRobin Kissel, MD
Family Matters: Personal recovery and the family’s experiencePerry Hoffman, PhD


9th Annual Yale NEA.BPD Conference

New Haven, May 2013

Childhood Trauma, Affect Regulation, and Borderline Personality DisorderBessel van der Kolk, MD
BPD-related cognitive-perceptual difficulties and challenges in their diagnosis and treatment.Gabriella Balf, MD, MPH
BPD and Managing Related Cognitive ChallengesPanel Discussion


Neuropsychological Deficits in BPD and Implications for TreatmentAnthony Ruocco, Phd


9th Annual NEA.BPD and NASSPD Annual Conference

Boston, April 2013

Opening RemarksPerry Hoffman, PhD and Charles Swenson, MD
Predictors of Suicide Threats in Borderline Personality Disorder Patients over 16 years of prospective follow-upLarry Seiver, MD
The Outcome of Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Meta-AnalysisKenneth Levy,PhD


Facial Emotion Recognition in BPD: Findings of a Meta-Analysis and a Study of Emotional Acuity.Anthony C. Ruocco, PhD
Narcissistic Personality Disorder – DSM 5 and Treatment ImplicationsElsa F. Ronningstam, PhD
Transference Focused PsychotherapyFrank Yeomans, MD


Difficulties with Emotion Regulation Maintain Borderline Personality Disorder FeaturesStephanie D. Stepp, PhD
Masochistic Character (Self-defeating PD)J. Christopher Perry, MD
Physical Pain in Patients with Borderline Personality DisorderRobert Biskin, MD


The longitudinal association of five-factor model traits and BPD symptoms over 16 yearsChristopher J. Hopwood, PhD
Oxytocin Haplotypes and Attachment/Aggression in Borderline Personality DisorderAntonia S. New, MD





Healing Hearts of Families of BPD – The Menninger Clinic

Houston, November, 2012

What is Mentalizing and Why Do It? Jon Allen, Ph.D.
Loving Someone With Borderline Personality Disorder: A Model of Emotion RegulationShari Manning, Ph.D.
Causes of BPD, Overview of Treatments & MedicationJohn Oldham, M.D.


Borderline Personality Disorder in Children and AdolescentsCarla Sharp, Ph.D.




8th Annual Yale NEA.BPD Conference – Impulsivity, Aggression, and Legal Involvement

New Haven, CT – May 4, 2012


WelcomeSeth R. Axelrod, PhD and Perry D. Hoffman, PhD
Hostility, Impulsivity, and Social Processes in BPDEmily B. Ansell, PhD
Q&AEmily B. Ansell, PhD


Neurobiology of Impulsive Aggression in BPDAntonia S. New, PhD
Toward a Feminist Phenomenology of BPDMerri Lisa Johnson, PhD
The Importance of DBT Skills for FamiliesMerri Lisa Johnson, PhD and Marie-Paule de Valdivia, MBA


Mindfulness & Modification Therapy: Yes, mindfulness CAN reduce impulsivity and aggression Peggilee Wupperman, PhD
Psychopharmacology of Impulsivity and AggressionHaleh Ghanizadeh, MD, MPH
Brief DBT Skills Training in Forensic SettingsAndre Ivanoff, PhD


DBT-Correction Modified and START NOWRobert L. Trestman MD, PhD
Panel DiscussionPanel




Diagnosing and Treating Adolescents with BPD

White Plains, NY – March 9, 2012


IntroductionsPerry Hoffman, PhD
Adolescent-onset BPDMary Zanarini, EdD
Panel 1: Treatment of adolescents with BPD ModeratorModerator – Blaise Aguirre, MD


Advances in Adolescent DBT Research and TreatmentAlec Miller, PsyD
Skills Training with Family Members in DBT for AdolescentsJill Rathus, PhD
Borderline Personality Disorder and Trauma; Implications for Assessment and TreatmentCynthia Kaplan, PhD


Panel 2: Working with families and parents – Highlighting the Continuum of CareModerator Blaise Aguirre, MD
Brandon Marshall Shares His JourneyMichi Marshall Joins Brandon Marshall
Essential Skills for Parent’s who have Adolescents in a Residential SettingMichael Hollander, PhD & Janna Hobbs, LICSW


DBT with Parents and Families: Principles, Procedures, and PitfallsJennifer Steinberg, PhD
Family Matters and AdvocacyPerry Hoffman, PhD
DBT Graduate Group: Teens Helping Teens Maintain GainsSara Steinberg, PhD


There’s No Place Like Home: Evaluating Aftercare and Placement Options for AdolescentsJim Holsomback
Panel 3 / Closing remarksPanel




Empirically Supported Therapies for Borderline Personality Disorder: Common and Distinguishing Aspects of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Mentalization Based Therapy (MBT)

New Haven, April 2011


Welcome and Opening Remarks Perry D. Hoffman, PhD
Is the goal integration?Lois Choi-Kain, MD
Overview of the BPD Diagnosis and ChallengesSeth Axelrod, PhD


Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)Alan Fruzzetti, PhD
Clinical demonstrations of DBTDrs. Bateman and Fruzzetti, followed by Panel Discussion: Common and distinguishing features of MBT and DBT
Clinical demonstrations of DBTDr. Fruzzetti


Panel Discussion: Conclusions and future directionsDrs. Lois Choi-Kain, Robin Kissell, Sarah Reynolds, Shireen Rizvi, Drs. Bateman and Fruzzetti


Family Perspectives, Atlanta

November, 2011


WelcomePerry Hoffman & Frederic Bien
An Overview: Reason for Hope or DespairBrian Palmer, MD
Medication: The Positives and the NegativesKenneth Silk, MD


BPD In Adolescence: Early Detection and InterventionBlaise Aguirre, MD
Questions & Answers SessionDrs. Bateman and Fruzzetti, followed by Panel Discussion: Common and distinguishing features of MBT and DBT
Family MattersPerry D. Hoffman, PhD; Kevin Dawkins


Stop Walking on Eggshells: Secrets of Limit SettingRandi Kreger
Family PerspectiveDeborah Davidson
Family LawDawn Smith, Esq.


Multi-CulturalMakungu Akinyela, PhD, LMFT
Active ParentingMichael Popkin, PhD
Parenting Challenges and Resolutions


Closing Questions


Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) State of the Art and Science

Seattle, April 2011


DBT: Essential Characteristics and Clinical OutcomesLINEHAN, MARSHA, PHD
Family MattersHOFFMAN, PERRY D., PhD
Processes of Change in DBT: What Happens In, and Out, of the SessionALAN E. FRUZZETTI, PhD


Panel DiscussionModerator: ALAN E. FRUZZETTI, PhD
Residential DBT program for patients with borderline personality disorder and PTSD after childhood sexual abuse a controlled randomized trialPROF. MARTIN BOHUS, MD
Treating PTSD in Suicidal and Self-Injuring Clients with Borderline Personality DisorderMELANIE S. HARNED, PhD


Running an empirically supported treatment center: Administration, training, supervision, and fidelityANTHONY P. DUBOSE, Psy.D.
Running an empirically supported treatment center: Administration, training, supervision, and fidelity KATE COMTOIS, PHD, MPH
DBT-ACES: Achieving Recovery from Psychiatric DisabilityKATE COMTOIS, PHD, MPH


Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Substance Abusers: A brief retrospectiveLINDA A. DIMEFF, PhD



6th Annual Yale NEA.BPD Conference
Borderline Personality Disorder, Obesity, and Eating Disorders

May 2010


WelcomePerry D. Hoffman, PhD
Opening RemarksJohn H. Krystal, MD
The 10-year Course and Predictors of Obesity and Obesity-related Illnesses in Patients with BPDMary C. Zanarini, EdD


Dialectical Behavior Therapy for difficult-to-treat eating disordersEunice Chen, PhD
When the eating disorder is life threatening: Using DBT to treat multi-diagnostic ED patientsLucene Wisniewski, PhD
Panel DiscussionModerator: Seth Axelrod, PhD




5th Annual Yale NEA.BPD Conference Borderline Personality Disorder and
Problems with Substance Use

New Haven, May 2009


Part 1Samuel Ball, PhD
Part 2Samuel Ball, PhD
Part 3Samuel Ball, PhD


Part 4Samuel Ball, PhD


4th Annual Yale NEA.BPD Conference

May, 2008


WelcomePerry D. Hoffman, PhD
Opening RemarksWilliam H. Sledge, MD
Borderline Personality Disorder and Trauma Seth R. Axelrod, Ph


BPD and Complex PTSDJudith Lewis Herman, MD
Consumer and Family Perspectives and Family ConnectionsPerry D. Hoffman, PhD
Thinking and Rethinking BPDAmanda Wang


The Connections Place: A Portal for HopeDale Terilli
Beyond Remission: Mapping BPD RecoveryKiera Van Gelder, MFA
Fostering ResiliencySteven M. Southwick, MD


Applications of Dialectical Behavior Therapy To Trauma-Related ProblemsShireen L. Rizvi, Ph.D.
Panel Discussion: BPD, Complex PTSD, and ResiliencyModerator: Ellen Nasper, PhD Panelists: Judith L. Herman, MD;Shireen Rivzi, PhD;Steven M. Southwick, MD;Kiera Van Gelder, MFA


NEA.BPD and Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota, Medical School Research Across the Lifespan and Clinical Applications for Treatment

October, 2008


Overview: International PerspectivesMary C. Zanarini, EdD
Overview: International PerspectivesAnthony Bateman, MD
Red Flags in Childhood: Early Markers for BPDNicki R. Crick, PhD


Adolescence or BPD: How to Tell the DifferenceAlec L. Miller, PsyD
Interpersonal Relationships: Where Does Attachment Fit InAnthony W. Bateman, MD
Suicidal Behavior and Self Injury: Applications of Research to Clinical Practice Barbara Stanley, PhD


What to Medicate and When: the Role of Medication Across the AgesKenneth R. Silk, MD
Genetics and Borderline Personality DisorderScott Wilson, Ph.D.
Following Symptoms and Their Developmental Course Over Two Decades: Where Does It Go?Patricia Cohen, PhD

Ten-year Course: Longitudinal StudyMary Zanarini, EdD
Interpersonal Hypersensitivity: Origins and ImplicationsJohn G. Gunderson, MD



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