The theme for the 2019 conference is BPD: Best Practice Deserved and aims to highlight that BPD is no longer regarded as untreatable and that people with BPD (and their families) deserve equitable access to the treatment and support they need. Recovery is a reality for many.
The presentations will feature many contributions of those with lived experience of BPD, their families and carers and clinicians. It provides a unique opportunity for clinicians, practitioners, consumers, carers and family members from across Australia to meet, collaborate, share experiences and learn.
......will be held on Thursday 14th November at Spectrum Personality Disorder Service, Level 1/110 Church St, Richmond 3121. A/Prof Sathya Rao will present a workshop for mental health professionals exploring “Working with Complexity (psych-social problems as well as BPD, or co-existing problems, co-existing diagnoses)”.
.........the main conference day. It is a day for consumers, carers and clinicians to meet and share experiences and learn from one another.
To register for both days click on the "Find Other Events" button on the booking details page.
Keynote Speaker: Professor Jayashri Kulkarni
Jayashri was appointed Professor of Psychiatry at The Alfred and Monash University in 2002. She founded and directs a large psychiatric research group, the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc). Her presentation will explore new approaches to the aetiology, possible preventative strategies and treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
Lived Experience Plenary Sessions:
Breakout Sessions and Workshops Including:
PLUS much more…………..
Some limited funding is available to support travel expenses for consumers and carers from interstate and regional Australia. For more information please contact us.
The Preconference workshop for mental health professionals will be held in the training rooms at Spectrum Personality Disorder Service, Level 1 /110 Church St, Richmond 3121.
The conference will be held on Friday 15th November 2019 at the Bayview Eden Melbourne (6 Queens Road, Albert Park). The venue is easily accessible by tram from Flinders Street Station
Please email for more information.