The Many Guises of BPD: Unravelling Diagnostic Complexity
Presentations involving Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) can be complex. Clinicians often acknowledge this complexity but are left with questions about which direction to take, particularly when other conditions co-occur with BPD. This conference will address the comorbid and co-occurring disorders that frequently complicate assessment and treatment of BPD.
Eminent speakers will examine the problems that arise and offer their views on effective treatment for both BPD and the comorbid condition. Many co-occurring conditions will be addressed, including substance use, depression, psychosis, eating disorders and antisocial personality.
Consumer and Carer Day (Project Air NSW)
As part of the 12th International Conference for the Treatment of Personality Disorders Project Air invites interested Consumer and Carers to attend the Consumer and Carer Day on Thursday 1st November 2018
12th International Conference on the Treatment of Personality Disorders
The Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders, Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, Wollongong University Professional and Clinical Psychology programs and NSW Ministry of Health invite you to the 12th International Conference on the Treatment of Personality Disorders. The theme “New ways of working with antisocial personalities and early intervention” provides a unique opportunity to be updated with the latest research in Australia and internationally. Experts in the field will present a variety of papers and posters covering topics including the consumer and carers perspective, research, and innovative service developments.