Co-Sponsored by the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEABPD)

Dates: April 20 and 21, 2013
Location: Revere Hotel
200 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116


Master Clinicians
Anthony Bateman, MD, Mentalization Based Therapy
John Gunderson, MD, General Psychiatric Management
Charles Swenson, MD, Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Frank Yeomans, MD, PhD, Transference Focused Psychotherapy

Larry Siever, MD
Mark Zimmerman, MD

Joseph Beeney, MS
Robert Biskin, MD
Erin A. Hazlett, PhD
Anthony C. Ruocco, PhD

Aidan G.C. Wright, PhD
Leonard J. Simms, PhD
Douglas Samuel, PhD
Jared DeFife, PhD
Drew Westen, PhD

Brian Hicks, PhD
Antonia S. New, MD

Marianne S. Goodman, MD
Jill M. Hooley, D.Phil
Harold W. Koenigsberg, MD

Personality Disorders Over the Lifespan
C. Emily Durbin, PhD
Lori N. Scott, PhD
Carla Sharp, PhD
Jennifer L. Tackett, PhD
Diana Whalen, MS

Research Findings in Borderline Personality Disorder
Stephanie D. Stepp, PhD
Michelle M. Wedig, PhD

Other Personality Disorders/Axis I
J. Christopher Perry, MD
Anthony Pinto, PhD
D. Bradford Reich, MD
Elsa F. Ronningstam, PhD

Nancee Blum, MSW
Kim L. Gratz, PhD
Kenneth Levy, PhD
Joel Paris, MD
Maria Elena Ridolfi, MD

Cost:  Early Bird Registration (Through March 15, 2013)
Full Professionals who are NASSPD members – $275
Trainees who are NASSPD members – $150
Non-NASSPD members – $425

Later Registration (including onsite)
Full Professionals who are NASSPD members – $325
Trainees who are NASSPD members – $200
Non-NASSPD members – $475

Cocktail Party and Banquet Fee
(Saturday night, April 20, 2013) – $90

CE Credits offered: 15 CE credits offered for psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and nurses.

Housing: Our cost per room will be a reduced $239 per night

NASSPD Conference participants will:

  1. Learn the best evidenced-based practices in diagnosis and case formulation of those with borderline personality disorder (BPD)
  2. Become familiar with the most up-to-date information on emerging personality disorders, particularly BPD
  3. Understand the latest information on the biological basis of BPD

For more information, contact:Michelle Wedig

NASSPD conference flyer