Join is for a FREE lecture series on BPD. CEUs available. If you have questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please RSVP to this event @ http://freebpdlecture.eventbrite.com/.Continue reading BPD Education Series – FREE, CEUs available – beginning May 22
If you are a loved one or caregiver of someone with BPD, please consider completing this online questionnaire to help further research: Flyer – Experiences of Caregivers of People with Personality Disorders 12.16.16 Continue reading Research Study on loved ones/caregivers of people with BPD seeking Participants
Starting in February, the BPD Family Support Group will begin meeting on the first Tuesday of every month. The first support group meeting of 2017 is February 7. The meetings will continue to be located at The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 E Palm Ave, Tampa, FL 33605 from 6-8 p.m. Please contact Jacki Krone atContinue reading BPD Family Support Group Continue reading BPD Family Support Group
By Lori Salmon, MSW Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that has been found to be the gold standard for those suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. One of the elements that make DBT so helpful is the comprehensive treatment modality that is provided to the client. This involves individual sessions, group therapy, phone coachingContinue reading The Battle between DBT Treatment and Insurance Companies Continue reading The Battle between DBT Treatment and Insurance Companies
I recently returned from the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (ISITDBT) meeting in Chicago and wanted to share some of the impressive new research in the world of DBT. There were over 400 attendees from all over the world; registration needed to be closed because of room capacity. AfterContinue reading News and Research from the Annual 2015 ISITDBT conference Continue reading News and Research from the Annual 2015 ISITDBT conference
The Missing Link: Treating Trauma Disorders in individuals with BPD By Kelly Turner, LCSW Trauma Disorders are a growing problem in the United States. Recent research indicates that in The United States, 1.8% of men and 5.2% of women are diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (Kessler et al., 2005). The prevalence of PTSDContinue reading The Missing Link: Treating Trauma Disorders in individuals with BPD Continue reading The Missing Link: Treating Trauma Disorders in individuals with BPD
FBPDA just hosted our second in the series of 3 informational events to the community about issues related to BPD. On Weds. evening a group of us got together at the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County and viewed a film about family issues and options and then had a lively and open discussion. People wereContinue reading About those families…. Continue reading About those families….
National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder WINTER: SUNDAY CALL-IN SERIES 2015 8pm to 9pm EST http://www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.com REGISTRATION FOR THESE FREE-OF-CHARGE SESSIONS IS AT: NEABPDCALLS@AOL.COM February 15th Charlie Swenson, MD and Kelly Koerner, Ph.D. Skills as the Core of DBT: Commentaries on the New Skills Manual ======================================================================================= February 22nd Anthony Ruocco, Ph.D. Cognitive Functioning andContinue reading A great free educational opportunity for all is starting this Sunday: NEABPD Teleconference Series Continue reading A great free educational opportunity for all is starting this Sunday: NEABPD Teleconference Series
As we approach the end of 2014, the long awaited DBT Certification exam was recently taken by 104 therapists from all over the country….Since this is a pilot exam, it was paper and pencil (yes….the old number 2) with strict over-site to meet accreditation standards. There were a handful of Therapists in Florida who tookContinue reading On Giving Tuesday, Please Help Support the Competent Delivery of Effective DBT. Continue reading On Giving Tuesday, Please Help Support the Competent Delivery of Effective DBT.
Clinician’s Corner May is BPD Awareness Month Nancy Gordon, LCSW 5/07/14 Welcome to the first edition of the FBPDA Clinician’s Corner Blog. Our goal is to provide monthly (or more frequent) articles written by mental health providers about topics of interest to FBPDA readers. Since my passion is to increase and provide adherent, evidence-based treatmentContinue reading May is BPD Awareness Month Continue reading May is BPD Awareness Month