Support Promote Advocate

for Borderline Personality Disorder

In the media

A roller-coaster of emotion — Borderline Personality Disorder 6 October 2019.  Interview with Lynne Malcolm on All in the Mind: Gabby was on an emotional roller-coaster, feeling empty and needy. After lashing out in anger, she’d regret it and say sorry over and over again. Her partner, Eliza, felt like she was walking on eggshells, always fearful of arousing Gabby’s intense emotions. Gabby was diagnosed with the highly stigmatised Borderline Personality Disorder. They share their journey together to a calmer and happier life.

***TRIGGER WARNING: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS INTERVIEW CONTAINS DESCRIPTIONS OF SUICIDAL GESTURES, ABUSE AND VIOLENCE***

University of Newcastle Professor shining a light on Borderline Personality Disorder 2 October 2019 - radio interview with Prof Mike Hazelton on ABC Breakfast with Jenny Marchant and Dan Cox 

Mornings on ABC Illawarra on 1 October 2019 - radio interview with Project Air researcher Kayla Steele discussing parenting and personality disorder (Interview starts at the 1:42:26 mark)

Understanding how best to respond to the needs of Australians living with personality disorder.

A research report by SANE Australia in partnership with the National Mental Health Commission. The report puts forward a number of recommendations to improve mental health care and access to support for people affected by personality disorder. 

Radio 5AA on Monday 1 October at 2:30pm (SA time) Sanctuary carer group member Liz Hodgman was interviewed by presenter Paul Richards (audio)

Radio National: All in the Mind with Lynne Malcolm Sunday 18th Feb 2018 - Borderline Personality Disorder: stigma to strength with Mahlie Jewell and A/Prof Sathya Rao  

Radio National: All in the Mind with Lynne Malcolm Sunday 25th Feb 2018 - BPD and healing relationships with Prof Brin Grenyer 

An interview with Mahlie Jewell published in the MUSE magazine

26 Sept 2017 SA: Govt's BPD policy "manifestly inadequate", advocates warn