Winter 2020 Newsletter - Issue 11

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Winter 2020 Newsletter
BPD news, views and interviews for Australians
Embracing All Perspectives

BPD Advocate Winter 2020

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The latest Advocate looks at approaching life wholistically and with an attitude of openness and curiosity! 

Discover how people with lived-experience (including a clinician with lived experience) use non-clinical activities to support their recovery, and how changing responses impacts carers' relationships.

Researchers look at sexual diversity and BPD, and a consultation to improve personality disorder services captures all perspectives - people with lived experience, family members and carers, as well as clinicians.
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