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November 2017

NAMI 2nd Annual 3K - Making Strides for Mental Health will be Saturday, November 4th, 2017

November 4, 2017

at Camp Cristina YMCA in Riverview.  For more information and the link to register.   http://www.namihillsborough.org/3k-walk-run.html

Save the Date! 2017-18 Free NEA.BPD GAP Call-In Series starts Sunday 11/5 at 8pm with Dr. Carla Sharp!

November 5, 2017
20:00 / 21:00

I'm delighted to announce this year's NEA.BPD Call-In Series, which will be a GAP series, representing The Global Alliance for Prevention and Early Intervention of BPD. Through GAP, we will focus on topics related to kids and adolescents.
This year we are making the call-ins more of a "podcast" format, with a brief presentation by the speaker following by a Q&A discussion between the speaker and a moderator. 
Please mark your calendars for our kickoff call on Sunday 11/5 8-9pm EST. Please see attached for the other dates and speakers! During the calls, we will have the opportunity for you to write in with questions for our speakers! 
 
You can register by emailing neabpdcalls@aol.com with your name and email address.
 
Dr. Carla Sharp will be kicking off this series on Sun 11/5: "Global Alliance for Prevention & Early Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Past, present, & future".

Best,  Andrea Gold, Ph.D.


Date Speaker Title
11/05/17 Carla Sharp Global Alliance for Prevention & Early Intervention for
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Past, present, & future
11/12/17 Stephanie Stepp Emotion vulnerabilities in the development of BPD
11/19/17 Paul Lysaker Metacognitive profiles in adults with BPD
12/03/17 Shirley Yen Suicidal & self-Injurious behaviors in youth with BPD Features
12/10/17 Andrew Chanen Early intervention for BPD: an overdue reform
12/17/17 Francheska Perepletchikova Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for children:
Helping parents help their children
01/07/18 Carla Chugani Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in
college counseling centers
01/28/18 Rebecca Shiner Understanding BPD in adolescents: New findings from
research on personality development in young people
02/04/18 Maureen Zalewski What do we know about how children develop when they
have a parent with BPD?
02/11/18 Marie-Paule de Valdivia Creating A Common Vocabulary:
Working with Families of Teens with BPD
02/25/18 Michele Berk Research update on the effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT) for adolescents at risk for suicide
03/18/18 Trudie Rossouw Adolescents with BPD
03/25/18 Catherine Winsper Uncovering early origins of BPD: a developmental approach

Although this is a free service, FBPDA recommends supporting NEABPD with donations.



 

BPD Family Support Group

November 7, 2017
18:00 / 20:00

If you have someone close to you – family, friend or loved one, suffering from BPD and would like to be a part of a group that can offer you encouragement and support, please join us:


When: The 1st  Tuesday of the month beginning
February 7, 2017, 6:00 pm


Where: The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County
1002 E Palm Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605


For more information, please contact:
Jacki Krone at jackikrone@gmail.com or Pam Hernandez at pamh1224@gmail.com



Additional dates or cancellations will be posted on FBPDA’s blog

Free Webinar Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders in Brief. Weds. Nov. 8, 10:00 am

November 8, 2017
10:00 / 12:00

Hosted by the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association 



Date and time:
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 10:00 am
Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)


Panelist(s) Info:

Linda Dimeff, PhD, Institute Director, Portland DBT Institute, Inc., facilitates the training and dissemination of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and other evidence-based therapies (EBTs). Dr. Dimeff also serves as the Chief Scientific Officer at Evidence-Based Practice Institute where she develops and evaluates emerging technologies that have the potential to transform training and delivery of EBTs. Trained, supervised, and mentored by Dr. Linehan, Linda is a DBT expert clinician, consultant, and


Duration:
2 hours


Description:





The purpose of this webinar is to learn about the Evidenced-Based Practice Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). DBT is a highly efficacious treatment developed by Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, for multi-diagnostic, severely disordered individuals with pervasive emotion dysregulation. While originally developed for difficult-to-treat patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD), research has demonstrated that DBT is also effective for patients with a variety of complex problems, including substance use disorders where emotion dyscontrol are often at the core of the individual’s problems and/or interfere with long-term maintenance of therapeutic progress (Chapman, 2006), DBT has been adapted for use in a variety of settings, including prisons, inpatient hospitals, schools, and juvenile justice facilities.






2017-18 FREE NEABPD GAP Call-In Series Sundays 8-9pm EST: Call number (712) 775-7035 Code: 386157

November 12, 2017
20:00 / 21:00

I'm delighted to announce this year's NEA.BPD Call-In Series, which will be a GAP series, representing The Global Alliance for Prevention and Early Intervention of BPD. Through GAP, we will focus on topics related to kids and adolescents.
This year we are making the call-ins more of a "podcast" format, with a brief presentation by the speaker following by a Q&A discussion between the speaker and a moderator.
Please mark your calendars for our kickoff call on Sunday 11/5 8-9pm EST. Please see attached for the other dates and speakers! During the calls, we will have the opportunity for you to write in with questions for our speakers!
You can register by emailing neabpdcalls@aol.com with your name and email address.
Best,  Andrea Gold, Ph.D.


Date Speaker Title
11/05/17 Carla Sharp Global Alliance for Prevention & Early Intervention for
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Past, present, & future
11/12/17 Stephanie Stepp Emotion vulnerabilities in the development of BPD
11/19/17 Paul Lysaker Metacognitive profiles in adults with BPD
12/03/17 Shirley Yen Suicidal & self-Injurious behaviors in youth with BPD Features
12/10/17 Andrew Chanen Early intervention for BPD: an overdue reform
12/17/17 Francheska Perepletchikova Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for children:
Helping parents help their children
01/07/18 Carla Chugani Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in
college counseling centers
01/28/18 Rebecca Shiner Understanding BPD in adolescents: New findings from
research on personality development in young people
02/04/18 Maureen Zalewski What do we know about how children develop when they
have a parent with BPD?
02/11/18 Marie-Paule de Valdivia Creating A Common Vocabulary:
Working with Families of Teens with BPD
02/25/18 Michele Berk Research update on the effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT) for adolescents at risk for suicide
03/18/18 Trudie Rossouw Adolescents with BPD
03/25/18 Catherine Winsper Uncovering early origins of BPD: a developmental approach

*Although this is a free service, FBPDA recommends supporting NEABPD with donations.


 

2017-18 FREE NEABPD GAP Call-In Series Sundays 8-9pm EST: Call number (712) 775-7035 Code: 386157

November 19, 2017
20:00 / 21:00

I'm delighted to announce this year's NEA.BPD Call-In Series, which will be a GAP series, representing The Global Alliance for Prevention and Early Intervention of BPD. Through GAP, we will focus on topics related to kids and adolescents.
This year we are making the call-ins more of a "podcast" format, with a brief presentation by the speaker following by a Q&A discussion between the speaker and a moderator.
Please mark your calendars for our kickoff call on Sunday 11/5 8-9pm EST. Please see attached for the other dates and speakers! During the calls, we will have the opportunity for you to write in with questions for our speakers!
You can register by emailing neabpdcalls@aol.com with your name and email address.
Best,  Andrea Gold, Ph.D.


Date Speaker Title
11/05/17 Carla Sharp Global Alliance for Prevention & Early Intervention for
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Past, present, & future
11/12/17 Stephanie Stepp Emotion vulnerabilities in the development of BPD
11/19/17 Paul Lysaker Metacognitive profiles in adults with BPD
12/03/17 Shirley Yen Suicidal & self-Injurious behaviors in youth with BPD Features
12/10/17 Andrew Chanen Early intervention for BPD: an overdue reform
12/17/17 Francheska Perepletchikova Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for children:
Helping parents help their children
01/07/18 Carla Chugani Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in
college counseling centers
01/28/18 Rebecca Shiner Understanding BPD in adolescents: New findings from
research on personality development in young people
02/04/18 Maureen Zalewski What do we know about how children develop when they
have a parent with BPD?
02/11/18 Marie-Paule de Valdivia Creating A Common Vocabulary:
Working with Families of Teens with BPD
02/25/18 Michele Berk Research update on the effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT) for adolescents at risk for suicide
03/18/18 Trudie Rossouw Adolescents with BPD
03/25/18 Catherine Winsper Uncovering early origins of BPD: a developmental approach

*Although this is a free service, FBPDA recommends supporting NEABPD with donations.