Nov 2019 - eBulletin - Issue 29


In this issue...
BPD Conference
ABC interviews BPD Ambassador
Local Hero BPD in ACT
Border Collies for BPD

Roller Coaster of Emotion
National Training Strategy Stage 3
Spectrum's 20 Years
Family Connections Leader Training

Self-Advocacy for NDIS
BPD in Primary Care

Branch News

Get Involved
Survey - Our Turn to Speak
Survey - NDIS Psychosocial
Scholarships Cert IV MH Peer Work

Update - Productivity Commission
Regular Sections
Consumers / Lived Experience
Carers / Supporters

Donate, Submissions, Subscribe


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National BPD Conference - Register NOW!
Jayashri KulkarniThe Hon. Martin Foley, Victorian Minister for Mental Health will open this year's National BPD Conference in Melbourne on Friday 15th November. Our keynote speaker Prof Jayashri Kulkarni AO will set the tone for lively discussions with her presentation 'Borderline Personality Disorder: Controversies, Challenges and Collaborations'. Regardless of the name, people with this condition often struggle to receive appropriate care - and misunderstandings about the cause and treatment of this illness are common. Overall, from both clinical and research perspectives, it is obvious that a wholistic, personalised approach for each individual is required to optimise outcomes.
The Pre-Conference workshop 'Working with Complexity' will be held the day before, Thursday 14th November at Spectrum Personality Disorder Service in Richmond, Vic.
Registrations are now open!
Save The Date or Info Flyer and Register
More details in Conference section below.

ABC talks to our BPD Awareness Week Ambassador
Prof Mike Hazelton Mike Hazelton is a professor of Mental Health Nursing from the Uni of Newcastle and is the national ambassador for BPD Awareness Week 2019. ABC Newcastle's Dan Cox and Jenny Marchant spoke to Mike to find out more about BPD, and why he's so passionate in bringing this complex mental health issue to light. Listen

Local Heroes Award BPD Awareness ACT
Natalie MalcomsonNatalie Malcomson from Borderline in the ACT won the Westfield Belconnen Local Hero award and received a $10,00 grant! Natalie builds the BPD Community in Canberra, organises events and DBT programs. The grant will assist with venue hire of a DBT Mentor/peer skills group program, delivering a parenting skills program for people living with BPD, and awareness raising events. Congratulations! Read more

Border Collies Beach Walk for BPD
BillieBundles of beach and bandana fun to raise awareness for BPD. Thanks to the Border Collie Owners of SA for supporting the Australian BPD Foundation! All proceeds go towards the Foundation. You can still order bandanas here

A Roller Coaster of Emotion
ABC All in the MindABC Radio National's All in The Mind program featured borderline personality disorder during BPD Awareness Week. Host Lynne Malcolm spoke with Gabby & Eliza, and Dr Maria Naso, a psychiatrist with specialist knowledge and experience in BPD. ** Trigger warning: please note that this interview contains references to self-harm, abuse, and violence** Listen to Podcast.

National Training Strategy - Stage 3 Workshops
National BPD Training StrategyStage 1 is a series of 6 webinars,
Stage 2 contains 5 eLearning modules, and
Stage 3 will be a 2-day intensive workshop and Train the Trainer workshop on BPD Core Competencies. Materials are currently in development, and workshops will commence in 2020. To be informed of upcoming workshops in your state/territory, please register your details.

Spectrum Celebrates 20 Years
Spectrum videoSpectrum Personality Disorder Service for Victoria established in 1999, and has grown to be the largest specialist treating service for BPD in Australia. People with lived experience, carers, clinicians and researchers share experiences of providing and receiving therapy that saves lives. View video

Family Connections - Leader Training
Prof Daniel FlynnThe Family Connections course provides skills training for people in a relationship with someone who has BPD. Leader Training will be held in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales in February 2020. Special guests presenters Professor Daniel Flynn and Dr Mary Kells will be offering the two day family connections leader training. Register

Self-Advocacy for NDIS (Mental Health)
Independent Mental Health Advocacy have released their resource book for 'Self-Advocacy for the NDIS (Mental Health). It addresses applying for the NDIS, explains plans, session planning, appeals and more. Download.
Ed: How to access the NDIS is one of the afternoon sessions at our conference. Hear a consumer, carer and clinician discuss how they accessed the NDIS and offer helpful tips.

GP's experience of providing care to people with BPD in Primary Care
GP Research paperThis SA study explored the challenges faced by GP's providing care to patients with BPD. The Primary Care setting is an important point of contact and support for people living with BPD, yet education, clear pathways and healthcare policy changes could guide practitioners in this important role. Read more

Petition - 40 funded Better Access visits per year for BPD
ValidatedCurrently there are just over 14,000 signatures on Help us to make the next milestone – 15,000! Encourage your family and friends and colleagues (maybe even your GP) to sign and keep the momentum going. The petition is requesting an increase in the number of funded visits for treating BPD by the MBS Better Access to Mental Health Initiative, from 10 sessions to 40 sessions, for BPD and other complex mental illnesses.

Download & Print or Sign Online

Foundation Branch News

Australian BPD Foundation AGM
We will be holding the AGM on 15th November this year - at the National BPD Conference! Come along and hear what your Foundation has achieved this year, and will be advocating for next year.

The NSW committee are seeking to appoint a new Chair. Grant applications have been submitted, not successful so far.

SA committee hosted several very successful BPD Awareness Week events, and have participated in recording a Podcast for Mental Health nurse training at UniSA, soon to be released.

The VIC Branch organised an evening in BPD Awareness Week for people with lived experience of BPD, their carers and those clinicians and others working with them towards recovery. 
Support the Foundation - click here to DONATE now!
The Australian BPD Foundation is group of volunteer consumers, carers and clinicians passionate about encouraging a positive culture around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and promoting the ready availability and accessibility of appropriate services for everyone impacted by BPD.

Mailing address: PO Box 942, Bayswater, Vic 3153.
P: 0458 469 274
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Get Involved

Survey - Our Turn To Speak
Many Australians live with complex mental health issues. The findings of Our Turn to Speak will inform SANE Australia's future advocacy efforts. You can complete the survey online or by phone. Read more

Survey - Victoria - NDIS Psychosocial Disability
NDIS Provider Psychosocial Workforce Survey for Victorian NDIS workers and providers working with people with a psychosocial disability. Closes 17th November. Details and survey

Scholarships - Cert IV Mental Health Peer work
The Private Mental Health Consumer Carer Network (Australia) is excited to announce that we are offering 12 scholarships for individuals who have lived experience of mental health conditions as either a consumer or carer who either currently work, volunteer or are interested in working in the mental health sector. Application close 5pm AEST 30th November. Read more

Update - Mental Health Productivity Commission DRAFT REPORT
The Draft Report was released on 31st October 2019. See Mental Health Australia's Quick Scan Summary of the Draft Report highlighting issues such as providing more and better alternatives to ED, more economical per-session rate and much more. Read more
Public Hearings will be held in Nov, Dec and early Jan 2020. Register to be kept up to date.
The Foundation's submission is available for download.

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For Consumers / Lived Experience

Resources - Australia Wide
What it's like living with BPD
Eliza Triple J HACJTriple J HACK's Shalailah Medhora spoke with Eliza Berlage about her experience of living with BPD and how a correct diagnosis led her to an appropriate therapy. Carissa Wright runs a peer support group in WA, and explains how connecting with others and experiencing self-acceptance can also be a huge step towards recovery. Read more

SANE Special Events - Topic Tuesday
Image Topic TuesdayLet's get real! Transitions into parenthood
Tues 12 Nov, 7-9pm AEDT
Read transcript for last 'Topic Tuesday' BPD Awareness
Featuring Spectrum BPD clinicians as facilitators

SANE Lived Experience Forum
Safe, anonymous discussion for people living with mental illness, moderated 24/7 by mental health professionals. Forums are text based - no software needed! The first post of the thread will give you an idea of the topic. (Hit the 'refresh' button regularly to read the new posts.) Check out their Guides
Topic: Looking after Ourselves - BPD

SANE Helpline - 1800 187 263
Talk to or email a mental health professional (weekdays 10am-10pm AEST)

More crisis and helplines are listed at the end of this eBulletin

Dialectical Behaviour Skills Group
BPD in ACTPlease let us know if you are interested in the Term 4 Group so we can arrange an intake session and can let you know further information. If you are interested call, text or email Natalie 0415 111 894 or
ACT - Canberra 

Recovery College
ACT Recovery College logoThe ACT Recovery College is a FREE, non-judgemental place for all Canberrans over 18 to learn about mental health, recovery and wellbeing. Book early for BPD specific courses. Flyer and Calendar

AGA Intersex Support Group
AGAA safe space for intersex folks to meet and chat with others. A Gender + Agenda conducts trainings, support groups and events.

ACT - Canberra

Mental Illness Fellowship - NT
Mi PlaceDrop in Centre, Cool Program, training and education. Not BPD specific.  Details
Darwin (08) 8948 1051 or
Alice Springs (08) 8953 1467 or 
Tennant Creek (08) 8962 1931

MHACA Mental Health Association of Central Australia
'Pathways to Recovery' providing support with living skills. 'Day to Day Living' is a community based program of structured activities for people living with mental distress. Drop in Centre open Tues-Thurs. 'Partners in Recovery' offers care coordination for people with complex needs. Not BPD specific. Details

Group therapy program for women living with BPD during the child's first years. Adapted from DBT, it supports parenting skills early in the infant’s development.
Enquiries - 1300 898 213
Fax Referral 1300 580 249

For Carers / Supporters

Resources - Australia Wide

Wellbeing Strategies for Family and Friends
Wellbeing strategies
Here is a selection of tips that we often know, but forget to apply! headspace reminds us to take time out, look after our physical and mental health, and take steps towards our own goals. This handout has been developed in consultation with carers and people with lived experience. Download

SANE Special Events - Topic Tuesday
Image Topic Tuesday logoNDIS: A Carer's Journey
Tues 19 Nov, 7-9pm ADST
Navigating our wonderful Peer Ambassador, Sarah's perspective of the NDIS as a carer, sound-boarding and discussing our experience as well as how to make the most of the resources available in a caring role. Read the transcript of recent 'Topic Tuesday' BPD Awareness Featuring Spectrum BPD clinicians

Ed: Come to our conference and listen to a consumer, carer and clinician speak about how to access the NDIS and offer helpful tips.

Carers Forum
SANE Forums are a safe, anonymous discussion for people living with mental illness, moderated 24/7 by mental health professionals. Forums are text based - no software needed! The first post of the thread will give you an idea of the topic. (Hit the 'refresh' button regularly to read the new posts.) See their Guides
Topic: Understanding BPD and Being a male in a caring role

Carer Supports
SANE Helpline - 1800 187 263
Talk to a mental health professional (weekdays 10am-10pm AEST) or Email Email

More crisis and helplines are listed at the end of this eBulletin.

Family Connections
FC KnotFree 12-week program providing education, skills training and support for people supporting a person who experiences the symptoms of BPD. Register for next group in your area

Register first, and if you would like to attend one of the NSW groups below, please also email to indicate your interest.
QLD - Fortitude Valley - Feb 11 (2020) - Tue 4:30-6:30pm Register

Mental Health First Aid Courses
MHFA logoNot BPD specific, but can assist with confidence in responding to non-suicidal self-harm, psychosis and suicidal ideation. Designed for specific groups such as youth, older person, aboriginal and for teens assisting their peers. Register


BPD Loved Ones Support Group
This is a carer support group for anyone who loves and/or cares for a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with BPD or who has traits of BPD. Contact Natalie by email or 0415 111 894. Meetings held at Carers ACT, on the first Monday of each month Details

Holt, Canberra - Nov 4 (5:30-7:30pm)

Staying Connected when Emotions Run High
The workshop will provide families, foster carers and friends with additional relationship skills to support someone (between 12yrs to 100yrs) who experiences relationship difficulties, overwhelming feelings and can behave in a way that makes them a danger to themselves or others.

Queanbeyan - Nov 28 Register

My Sanctuary Support Group

For carers of people who live with BPD. Contact ARAFMI by email or ph (02) 4283 3993 or  4283 3499. New time - 1st Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm
ARAFMI, 17 Princes Hwy, Fairy Meadow, NSW 2519

NT Carers
Not BPD specific, but carer activities include counselling, music therapy, and peer support groups weekly in Darwin, Alice Springs and Katherine. Details

Sanctuary BPD Carer Support Group
Contact us by email website facebook
Meet 2nd Tuesday of each month
Wayville - Nov 12 - Skylight, 5 Cooke Tce (4:30-6:30pm) NEW TIME !

Lived-Experience Telephone Support Service (LETTS)
After-hours service supports people with mental health issues as well as their carers, family and friends. From 5:00pm-11:30pm every night. 1800 031 755


Mental Health First Aid Courses
Not BPD specific, but can assist with confidence in responding to self-harm, psychosis and suicidal ideation. Register


Learning More about BPD: A Workshop for Families & Friends
This one day workshop is for families, friends and others who support someone with BPD.
VIC - Richmond - Nov 21 Register
VIC - Richmond - Dec 10 Register

Support group for Relationship Trauma
Meet 1st Friday of the month from 7pm - 8:30pm Register
Mental Health Foundation Australia
Suite J, 450 Chapel St, South Yarra, Vic 3141
South Yarra - Nov 1

BPD Family and Carer Support Group
Meet 1st Wednesday of each month from 7pm–9pm. Free. Contact MIND Carer Helpline 1300 554 660 for venue details.

GROW Carer Support
This group is for carers of people with a mental illness and can help with support and connection to other services if needed. Details


Helping Minds
Caring for a family member or friend with a mental illness can be confusing, frightening, exhausting and isolating. No matter how well-meaning, sometimes your friends and family may not know how to support you. However, you do not have to go through it alone. Read more

For Clinicians

BPD: Diagnosis and Management in General Practice
RACGP logoThis GP only training is designed to assist GPs in identifying the risk factors and clinical features of BPD. It reviews effective management, appropriate prescribing, involvement of families/carers and crisis management. (60 mins, CPD: 2 points) Details
Available to RACGP members via

National BPD Training Strategy
Stage 1 - Webinars
Training Strategy logo
Six webinars available online. View webinars

Stage 2 - eLearning Modules
Stage 2 logo‘Effective Psychological Treatment for BPD’ is a series of 5 free online modules.This e-learning program for mental health workers and service providers will assist in gaining the knowledge and skills to provide evidence-based treatment and support to the person with BPD and their family/carers. Completed sequentially, each module takes approx 60 mins. Certificate issued. View Modules

Conferences & Forums

9th Annual National BPD Conference - Nov 14 & 15 (Vic)
BPD - Best Practice Deserved
Registrations are open for the 20Conference Flyer19 National BPD Conference. We will
explore the various facets of what is Best Practice for supporting/treating people impacted by BPD and looking at 'what works' and current research.
Sponsorship opportunities are available.

VIC - Melb - Nov 14 PreConference Workshop:
A/Prof Sathya Rao will present a workshop for mental health professionals exploring “Working with Complexity (psych-social problems as well as BPD, or co-existing problems, co-existing diagnoses)". Register
VIC - Melb - Nov 15 Conference:
For people with lived experience, families, friends & clinicians. Register

13th International Treatment of Personality Disorders Conference - Nov 7 & 8 (NSW)
Personalising Effective Treatment
PA Conference FlyerProject Air Strategy Conference - Fri 8 Nov Flyer
Family and Consumer Day - Thurs 7 Nov Register
Professor Ueli Kramer, Lausanne University Hospital - Institute of Psychotherapy and General Psychiatry Switzerland, will present a keynote on Effective processes in treatment for personality disorder: what science teaches us and an all-day Saturday workshop on "Case formulation for personality disorder.
NSW - Wollongong - Nov 7 & 8 Details

Australian Assoc of Social Workers Conference 
Challenging Inequality: Working together for a Just Society - Nov 7, 8, 9
AASW conference logo
This conference will challenge inequality in your day-to-day work and will inspire you with new ideas and innovative practice. The 3 day program will include these sessions that may be insightful for your practice with people living with BPD. 
Day 2 - Partnering in our work with young people with complex needs (2G)
Day 2 - The first 1000 Days: Ensuring Early Intervention principles are inclusive of Adolescents at Risk (2G)
Day 2 - Skills Workshop 3 Using Creative Arts Exercises 
Day 2 - Challenging Inequality through Complex Discharge Planning (3F)
Day 3 - Trauma Informed Practice...Beyond the Words (4G)
SA - Adelaide - Nov 7, 8 & 9 Details

Family Connections Conference
FC Conference imageInternational and National Presenters will be presenting their research and clinical expertise to present on bringing the family into the picture in mental health services. Hear Robert Kruger, PhD, Daniel Flynn, M.Psych, Mary Kells, PhD, Andrew Chanen, PhD, Louise McCutcheon, DPsych and a lived experience panel. The conference will be held at Orygen Youth Health in Parkville, Melbourne.
VIC - Melbourne - Jan 31 (2020) Register


Bouverie Centre
No Bullshit Therapy
VIC - Brunswick - Nov 7 Register

Shame, Trauma & Family Relationships
VIC - Brunwick - Nov 14  Register

Compassion Fatigue & Satisfaction
VIC - Brunswick - Nov 20 Register

Blue Knot
Foundation for Trauma Informed Care and Practice (Lvl 1)
QLD - Townsville - Nov 18 Register

Intro to Working Therapeutically with Complex Trauma Clients (Lvl 1)
NT - Darwin - Nov 25 Register
QLD - Brisbane - Nov 27 Register
VIC - Melbouarne - Dec 2 Register

Managing Vicarious Trauma
ACT - Canberra - Nov 4 Register

Managing Vicarious Trauma for Legal & Justice Sectors
VIC - Melbourne - Nov 27 Register

Trauma Informed Care and Practice  (Lvl2)
VIC - Melbourne - Nov 11 Register
NSW - Sydney - Nov 12 Register

Trauma Informed Transgender/Gender Diverse
QLD - Brisbane - Nov 8 Register

Working Therapeutically with Complex Trauma Clients (Lvl 2)
QLD - Brisbane - Nov 18 Register
NSW - Sydney - Nov 21 Register

Working with Inter-generational and Collective Trauma
VIC - Melbourne - Nov 22 Register

Facilitator Training
Discovering Relationships Using Music, Beliefs, Emotions, Attitudes and Thoughts
DRUMBEAT is an evidence-based social and emotional learning program, incorporating hand-drumming and proven to build resilience and show measurable changes in social behaviour. Three day training.
NSW - Sydney - Nov 12  Register
WA - Perth - Nov 19 Register

LGBTI Professional Development, Education & Training
The National LGBTI Health Alliance have created a database of training opportunities available across Australia.They also have created a checklist for an Inclusivity Audit Tool to assist organisations to be LGBTI friendly. Download

Lighthouse MBT Parenting Program
Mr Gerry Byrne and  Ms Clare Mein will be in Perth to deliver Lighthouse Groups, an MBT Parenting model of intervention for high risk parents.
WA - Perth - Jan 7-10, 2020 Flyer

Mental Health Professionals Networks
Enhance your understanding of BPD by joining a BPD-focused network in your area. Networks meet face-to-face and offer you the opportunity to build practitioner relationships, improve referral pathways, benefit from peer support and professional development opportunities.

To join a network and receive their next meeting invitation, please visit:
Brisbane North
Ipswich/West Moreton
Northern Territory
Perth - Dec 4 - details advised in next eBulletin

Contact Ingrid at to start or join a BPD network in your area.

MBT Australia
Professor Anthony Bateman will be delivering accredited  Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) trainings in Australia in 2019. Check here for future trainings.
MBT for Families (MBT-F)
An adaptation of MBT suitable for applying mentalizing ideas to work with families. Core Skills and practice, including games and activities suitable for children.
NSW - Sydney - Nov 7, 8 & 9 Register for WAIT LIST

Mental Health First Aid Australia
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Four hour face-to-face course for anyone over 18 years. Flyer and Register
QLD - Rockhampton - Nov 4
NSW - Tamworth - Nov 5
WA - Bayswater - Nov 15
QLD - Yeronga, Brisbane - Nov 18
TAS - Sorell - Nov 21
SA - Golden Grove - Nov 29
NSW - Tamworth - Nov 29

MHFA also have courses for responding to someone who feels suicidal. Detalis

Orygen – National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health
National training program. Details

Orygen - Youth Health
Local Community Professionals training program. Details
(North western and western metropolitan Melbourne)
Opening the Doors
VIC - Parkville - Nov 7 Register
Working with young people with BPD
VIC - Parkville - Nov 13 Register

Safe In Oz
Introduction To Working With Individuals Who Have Self-Destructive Behaviours Register
ACT - Deakin - 4 & 5 Nov
WA - Geraldton - 7 & 8 Nov
WA - Carnarvon - 11 & 12 Nov
TAS - Smithton - 18 & 19 Nov
WA - Kununurra - 21 & 22 Nov
TAS - Huonville - 21 & 22 Nov
QLD - Varsity Lakes - 25 & 26 Nov
VIC - Moe 25 & 26 Nov
QLD - Cunnamulla - 28 & 29
NSW - Armidale 2 & 3 Dec

Schema Therapy Society
Schema Therapy is an evidence-based therapy for BPD. The Schema Therapy Society provides links to Schema Therapy training providers around Australia. Details

Schema Therapy 1 - The Model, Methods & Techniques
This 3-day workshop will help attendees gain a understanding of the Schema Therapy model and provide an extensive platform for learning new skills and techniques used in Schema Therapy. 
ACT - Canberra - Nov 21/22/23 Register
TAS - Hobart - Feb 12/13/14 2020 Register
VIC - Melbourne - Feb 26/27/28 2020 Register
NSW - Sydney - Mar 18/19/20 2020 Register
QLD - Brisbane - Mar 18/19/20 2020 Register
WA - Perth - Mar 11/12/13 2020 Register

Schema Therapy 2 - Beyond the Basics
SA - Adelaide - Nov 5/6/7 Register
WA - Perth - Nov 6/7/8 Register
QLD - Brisbane - Nov 28/29/30 Register

Contextual Schema Therapy
A guide to integrating ACT and 3rd wave therapy approaches.
VIC - Melbourne - Nov 8 Register

Mentalization based treatment for BPD
Two day workshop
VIC - Richmond - Dec 5-6 Register

Voices Vic
Voices Vic is a dynamic peer-led network of voice hearers, peers, carers and professionals that work together to reduce the distress which can be associated with hearing voices. We facilitate groups, training and one on one peer work. Training Calendar Website
The Hearing Vices Approach
VIC - Prahran - Nov 12 Register

WAAMH Western Australian Association for Mental Health
Power Threat Meaning Framework
WA - Perth -  Nov 1 Register

De-escalation Skills
WA - Perth - Nov 2 Register

Trauma Informed Care - Intro
WA - Perth - Nov 11 Register


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Helplines - 24 hour

Emergency Services 000
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
Suicide Line Victoria 1300 651 251
Lifeline 13 11 14 or Chat
Kid's Helpline (5-25yrs) 1800 55 1800 or
Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636  or Chat
MensLine Australia 1300 789978
Direct Line 1800 888 236 Immediate counselling & support,
Poison Information Centre
13 11 26
Family Drug Helpline 1300 660 068 sharc
Ice Help Line 1800 423 238

Helplines - Limited Hours

SANE Helpline - 1800 187 263
Mon - Fri 10am-10pm AEST.
Chatline Mon-Fri 10am-10pm AEST Details

Blue Knot Helpline - 1300 657 380
Mon-Sun 9am-5pm AEST/ADST

Eating Disorders Helpline - 1800 33 4673 (1800 ED HOPE)
Mon-Fri 8am-9pm AEST (except public holidays).
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