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 Join us for our 'Bollywood for BPD'  fundraiser .

πŸ—£οΈ Learn from a Harvard Professor, Lois Choi-Kain, a global expert on borderline personality disorder (BPD). She is a world renowned psychiatrist and director of the Gunderson Personality Disorders Institute in Boston, USA.

The title of Lois' presentation is 'Effective Generalist Treatments for BPD'. There will be ample opportunity to ask Lois your questions.

🎭 Dress to impress in Bollywood or Indian-themed attire, adding a splash of vibrant colours to the night!

🍽️ Indulge in a sumptuous 3-course Indian feast and stand a chance to win fabulous door prizes and participate in our exciting auction.

The event is for anyone who wishes to support the work of the Australian BPD Foundation and for clinicians from a range of mental health and allied health sectors who want to broaden their understanding of BPD.

      

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A PhD student at University of Melbourne is conducting interviews online, or via phone or in-person (Melbourne only) until early April. to better understand how organisations can support inclusion in work for people living with mental health issues. They are especially keen to hear from people living with borderline personality disorder in non-mental health related work roles. To find out more and get involved, please email Judith at wright.j@unimelb.edu.au ... See moreSee less

A PhD student at University of Melbourne is conducting  interviews online, or via phone or in-person (Melbourne only) until early April. to better understand how organisations can support inclusion in work for people living with mental health issues. They are especially keen to hear from people living with borderline personality disorder in non-mental health related work roles. To find out more and get involved, please email Judith at wright.j@unimelb.edu.au

Self-care Sunday. Great question SANE! What might you try?Self-care can be defined as intentional acts to nurture your well-being and take care of yourself.

What are your favourite self-care practices? Whether it’s taking a walk to clear your head or having a sweet treat – comment below!

We’re #peoplelikeyou #complexmentalhealth #mentalhealthaustralia #mentalhealthcommunity #peersupport #livedexperience #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthsupport #mentalhealthmatters #selfcare #selfcaretips
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Self-care Sunday. Great question SANE! What might you try?

Join NEA BPD Australia's webinar to hear peer educator Sophie share her experience of getting through tough times, and when different skills can be put into practice. Register at drct-neabpd.prod.supporterhub.net/events/webinar-february-2024-sophie-lucas?fbclid=IwAR3AB0hE_aia...𝟚𝟘𝟚𝟜 π•Žπ”Όπ”Ήπ•€β„•π”Έβ„ π•Šπ”Όβ„π•€π”Όπ•Š
Please join us for the first instalment of our 2024 Webinar Series!

DATE: Wednesday 21st February 2023
TIME: 7pm [AEDT]

SOPHIE LUCAS
Promoting Hope Through Lived Experience

Sophie is a Lived Experience Lead + Peer Educator for Project Air Strategy. In this presentation, she will share her insights and lived experience of Borderline Personality Disorder, trauma and other diagnoses. Sophie helps open up conversations, and continues to try to break down the stigma surrounding complex mental illness and BPD by creating safe spaces for others to talk about their own experiences. As a lived and living experience educator, she shares her stories of getting through tough times, and reflects on times when different skills are put into practice.

REGISTRATIONS ESSENTIAL: drct-neabpd.prod.supporterhub.net/events/webinar-february-2024-sophie-lucas

This is a free webinar, but we kindly ask for a small $20 donation to support the future of our organisation.
Presentation will be recorded and recording link will be available in the fortnight following the presentation.

We look forward to welcoming you there!

Please note our disclaimer in recognition that our webinars hosted by NEABPD Australia have been prepared in good faith and for the purpose of sharing information only with our audience. All information shared is generic and should not be used as a standalone resource for accessing mental health or general health assistance, nor constitute clinical advice. You should seek your own independent professional advice concerning your situation. NEABPD Australia accepts no responsibility for any errors, omissions, or decisions relating to information presented during these webinars.
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Join NEA BPD Australias webinar to hear peer educator Sophie share her experience of getting through tough times, and when different skills can be put into practice. Register at  https://drct-neabpd.prod.supporterhub.net/events/webinar-february-2024-sophie-lucas?fbclid=IwAR3AB0hE_aia4VxxOb6DF_dHxF-wcLjdSq_7DXBhwdcWGdr3AH37BUcHrJI

Hi everyone, The BPD Awareness Week team are starting to plan for this years BPD Awareness Week (1-7 Oct) and we're seeking theme suggestions from you for our 2024 campaign. Please fill in this short anonymous questionnaire. forms.gle/xJJZUSGUeXpXZhWG8
Thanks for your support πŸ˜ƒHi everyone, The BPD Awareness Week team are starting to plan for this years BPD Awareness Week (1-7 Oct) and we're seeking theme suggestions from you for our 2024 campaign. Please fill in this short anonymous questionnaire. forms.gle/xJJZUSGUeXpXZhWG8
Thanks for your support πŸ˜ƒ
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Hi everyone, The BPD Awareness Week team are starting to plan for this years BPD Awareness Week (1-7 Oct) and were seeking theme suggestions from you for our 2024 campaign.  Please fill in this short anonymous questionnaire. https://forms.gle/xJJZUSGUeXpXZhWG8
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πŸ” Understanding BPD is the first step toward support and change. Early identification and access to treatment is essential to support a person's recovery. You can find out more about BPD and how to help at our website at the link in bio.πŸ” Understanding BPD is the first step toward support and change. Early identification and access to treatment is essential to support a person's recovery. You can find out more about BPD and how to help at our website at the link in bio. ... See moreSee less

πŸ” Understanding BPD is the first step toward support and change. Early identification and access to treatment is essential to support a persons recovery. You can find out more about BPD and how to help at our website at the link in bio.
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