23-24 Jul 2016

The National Education Alliance of Borderline Personality Disorder Australia (NEA.BPDAust) is meeting in Sydney to train leaders in its course, 'Family Connections'. The training is for clinicians and carers of people with BPD.

Family Connections is an evidence based, free community wide programme that reflects a decade of research and International expertise by the US based National Education Alliance of Borderline Personality Disorder. Family members and mental health clinicians will receive specialist training from Professor Alan Fruzzetti, and then with the full support of training manuals, videos and the NEA.BPDAust organisation, be in a position to volunteer to lead community groups through Family Connections programme.


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Last updated: 21 June 2017