Early Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder

Early intervention is a priority for Borderline Personality Disorder. The sooner evidence-based treatments and personal supports are made available, the quicker individuals can equip themselves with appropriate coping strategies, and the sooner they can begin their path to recovery.

This webinar will explore the latest research and provide an overview of best practice in early intervention, and allow young people and family support workers, to share their perspectives on what’s required to better support people with Borderline Personality Disorder.

Panel: Professor Andrew Chanen (Head of Personality Disorder Research at Orygen)
Susan Preece (Family Peer Support Officer at Orygen)
Members of the Youth Participation Team at Orygen

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Where: Mind Australia, Henley Beach Road, Mile End

Using a range of different mediums, participants are invited to produce art that amplifies and articulates their experiences and voices in context of their journey.

Price: FREE
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Where: Lefevre Community Stadium

Artist, Linda Bromley, a proud Yarluyandi Simpson Desert woman as she shows her latest artwork and shares her lived experience of Borderline Personality Disorder

Price: FREE
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