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The Florida Borderline Personality Association is offering a series of 3 educational events to raise awareness to shed light on this disorder, provide information about research and issues related to BPD and foster a supportive and loving community.
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FBPDA Board Meeting 10 AM to NoonMay 16, 2015
511 Wilbur St. Brandon, FL 33511
STAR Center Webinars: The Zero Suicide Movement and How Peers and Family Members Can Get InvolvedMay 19, 2015
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Time: 3 – 4:30 p.m. ET
Presenters: Michael Hogan, PhD, Hogan Health Solutions; Leah Harris, National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery; Julie Goldstein Grumet, PhD, Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
As suicide rates among young people and veterans continue to rise, people with mental health conditions remain at the highest risk. This includes people and families in crisis who are already relying on mental health services. Such services need to do a much better job of engaging their needs and wellness while minimizing the use of coercive and institutional “solutions.” The presenters will highlight several new national initiatives: the Zero Suicide movement that seeks to make health care safer, and a just-released national report, “The Way Forward: Pathways to Hope, Recovery and Wellness with Insights from Lived Experience,” that seeks to bridge the gaps between suicide attempt survivors, mental health policy makers, suicide prevention leaders, and program implementers.
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Free FBPDA Educational Event: BPD and TeensMay 20, 2015
1002 East Palm Avenue Tampa, FL 33605
Join the Florida Borderline Personality Disorder Association for a night of education and support as we discuss BPD and how it presents in adolescence.
Tonight we discuss BPD and how it presents in adolescents. BPD symptoms often manifest in adolescent years, as new responsibilities, expectations, and roles arise. We will talk about how to recognize it, what treatment is available and how teens and their families can be helped.
For more information, contact us here
The event is free although donations will be accepted if you can.
(2 CE credits available for clinicians)