The National Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) conference draws on a strong history of successful national events around Australia, and October 2017 marks the inaugural Western Australian event.
We expect to attract delegates from every corner of Australia to this landmark event, and represent a significant step forward for the advancement of knowledge, awareness and services for this complex mental illness.
The 2017 conference is being organised as a partnership between the Australian BPD Foundation and the WA Association for Mental Health.
The conference provides an opportunity for clinicians, practitioners, consumers and carers/family members from across Australia to come together to collaborate, share information and educate the wider community.
For more information about past conferences, see: bpdfoundation.org.au/conference-archives
The conference will be held on Wednesday 18 October 2017
The pre-conference Workshop will be held on Tuesday 17 October 2017
The conference will be held at the Bendat Community Centre, Wembley, Western Australia. Click here for more information.
The pre- conference workshop will be held at Anderson Hall, Graylands Hospital, Brockway Road, Mount Claremont, Western Australia.
The theme for the 2017 conference is ‘From Stigma to Strength’
The conference theme: from stigma to strength is not only about correcting damaging myths and stigmas but highlighting the strength of everyone involved in improving treatment, care and support for people with Borderline Personality Disorder, their carer’s and families.
Registrations will open in June 2017 and further information on how to register will be announced here and through other channels closer to the date.
Register for updates on the WAAMH BPD conference page