Online Survey: Researchers at the University of Houston are interested in better understanding …

Researchers at the University of Houston are interested in better understanding the perspective of individuals (age 18+) who have (or suspect they have) BPD, and their family members.

To participate, we invite you to complete one anonymous, 30-minute online survey about diagnostic reports. It is very important that clinicians communicate the possibility of diagnosis in the most effective way to individuals and their family members: your voice in this issue is invaluable.

University of Houston Survey

 

Thoughts from our Public Member – Chris Kallas

Many of you know of the existence of the Family Connections program. Run under the auspices of NEABPD, The National Education Alliance for BPD, Family Connections is a program for family members of people who have BPD. Every year end, my co-facilitator and I gear up for a new Family Connections group starting in January.

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Free Program for Parents! Family Connections – Managing Suicidality and Trauma Recovery

Family Connections Managing Suicidality and Trauma Recovery (FC-MSTR) is a program for parents whose teenage or young-adult child has made a suicide attempt or had one or more traumatic self-injuries. The program aims to provide parents with education, skills and support to effectively manage the stress and other difficulties that arisen when their child has attempted suicide or self-harmed.

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