Nov 2020 - eBulletin - Issue 40 

In this issue...
2020 Conference & Awareness Wk
COVID-19 Info & phone lines
ACT BPD Head Cheerleader
LGBTIQ+ Healthy Relationships
Aged Care Royal Commission

Branch News

Get Involved
Survey - Eating & Personality
Survey - The Missing Middle
Survey - Diagnosis & Personality
Petition - 40 visits for BPD
Buy a BPD Bandanna
Regular Sections
Consumers / Lived Experience
Carers / Supporters

Donate, Submissions, Subscribe

Time to 'Flip the Script - Get Equipped'
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COVID-19 Information and phone lines
a comprehensive list at the end of this eBulletin in the Helplines section.

2020 Conference and BPD Awareness Week
The theme for both events BPDAW 2020 posterthis year was 'Flipping the Script: Changing the Narrative on BPD' aimed towards encouraging people to change the way they think and talk about borderline personality disorder. Most events were held online, and are now available to view at
Resources developed for BPD Awareness Week are available for download at

A.C.T. Borderline Personality Community's Head Cheerleader
Canberra BPDAWCanberra Weekly shared how Natalie Malcolmson is building a community for people living with BPD through a peer support model of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) groups. Many of her community gathered in Belconnen Park on 4 October for the BPD Awareness Week Family Fun Day Picnic. Read more

LGBTIQ+ Healthy Relationships
SIOL logoSay it Out Loud encourages people from LGBTIQ communities to start talking about relationships. Their website has articles and videos including red flags for abusive relationships. They also provide tips on managing COVID-19 related stresses on people. 'With the added stress of what is going on around us, it’s important to focus on managing our own emotions so that we don’t take stress out on the ones that we love'. Not BPD specific. Read more

Aged Care Royal Commission - Responses to Final Submission
Aged Care Commission logoResponses are invited comments on the 124 proposed recommendations presented in the final public hearing on 22-23 October for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. Responses due by 12 November 2020. Read more
Read the Foundation's initial submission.

Foundation Branch News

Please send an Expression of Interest to the Foundation if you are interested in joining a State Branch Committees. Email

Board matters
Our AGM was held online on 21st Oct.  We welcomed 3 new board members; Jo Farmer, Salmaan Ali and Milo Goldacre and all have already added significant value to the Board’s decision-making processes. A thank you to all of our members for your support and we look forward to another constructive year in 2021.

The SA Branch farewells Dayna, one of our lived experience committee member and wishes her will on the completion of her Medical Science studies at Flinders University. Keep up to date with SA BPD news on our Twitter account.

The Victorian Branch are planning a webinar in collaboration with MHPN on psychedelic-assisted therapy for mental illnesses. Refer to Training section below.

The QLD Services Directory is still being collated – if you have any information you feel should be included please email us.

WA BranchThe WA Branch enjoyed another picnic by the river this year for BPD Awareness Week with about 15 people attending and what was a lovely spring day. Sam Scott is pictured here with one of Mahlie’s resources. Keep up to date with WA BPD news on our Facebook page.
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Eating Disorders and Personality Characteristics
Monash Uni logoAre you aged 16-30 and live in Australia? Our study involves answering an online survey which will ask about your eating behaviour and what you think about yourself, in particular your personality characteristics. The study will take around 30 minutes and you can choose to enter a draw to win one of two $50 Coles-Myer gift vouchers. More details from Dr Gemma Sharp on or 03 9076 5167. Complete Survey 

Survey - The Missing Middle: Why People miss out on Mental Health Care
LEA logoLived Experience Australia (LEA) wants to understand the reasons why people slip through the net or don’t get the care they need, and to collect robust data from a lived experience perspective. Why do some people engage is services, and others choose to disengage and stop their contact with services? Enter draw for one of six $50 visa cards.  Complete survey (closes 6th November)

Survey - Bridging the Gap between Diagnosis and Treatment of Personality Difficulties
Sydney Uni SurveyThe University of Sydney is seeking participants for a research project exploring personality traits in relation to the skills targeted in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).  Please note that for every participant recruited through the Foundation, we will receive a $5 donation. Read more 

Petition - 40 funded Better Access visits per year for BPD
ValidatedSoon to be presented to government! Currently there are just over 16,550 signatures on Help us to make the next milestone – 20,000! 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

BPD Bandannas
SkylarHelp raise awareness of BPD with these gorgeous Bandannas
Order on Etsy
Bandannas are $15, $20 for 2, or add $10 for each additional bandanna - postage included! Send in your pics of you or your pets wearing the bandanna for us to share!

For Consumers / Lived Experience
Resources - Australia Wide

Lived Experience of Men with BPD
Men and BPDDesigned and led by people with lived experience of BPD - Aaron, Jake, and clinicians working in the forensic domain flipped the common misconception that BPD is predominantly a female condition. This event encourages clinicians to be aware that BPD presents in men in similar proportions to women. Carer Tony hosted the event and lived experience EMCEEBRODZ performed his hip hop song 'Flip the Script - Get Equipped' written for BPD Awareness Week. View Video (1:02:37)

Consumer & Carer Day - online
PA Consumer Day
The theme for the online Consumer and Carer day will be ‘A chance to connect’ where stories from people with lived experience and family and carers will be shared.  Join us for lived experience talks, and updates from those working in the treatment of personality disorders. There will be a combination of presentations delivered online and interactive discussion forums. Bursaries available. Download Flyer and Read more

SANE Special Events - Topic Tuesday
Topic TuesdayRead transcript of Oct 6th Topic Tuesday
Flipping the Script on BPD
Read transcript of Sept 29th Topic Tuesday
LGBTQIA+ & Mental Health
December topic TBC Details soon

Online 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

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

Please contact organisations directly to confirm their COVID-19 responses to meeting schedules.

Dialectical Behaviour Skills Group
BPD in ACTBPD Awareness ACT offers a variety of services including:
-  DBT Skills Training
-  Mentoring and Peer Support for people with BPD
-  DBT Information Seminars
-  BPD Awareness Raising Seminar
For information on 2020 programs please call, text or email Natalie 0415 111 894 or email or Facebook

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. 
Due to COVID-19 courses in Term 4, 2020 will be online via Zoom. Email or follow Facebook 
Courses include:
Goal Setting for Wellbeing (1 x 6hrs)
Understanding Trauma and Awareness (1 x 6.5hrs)
Intro to Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness (6 weeks)

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

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

TEMHCO - Top End Mental Health
Events in Palmerston and rural areas. November Calendar includes Music Therapy and a Men's Grooming Workshop. Details 

MHACA Mental Health Association of Central Australia
'Pathways to Recovery' providing support with living skills. Drop in Centre open Tues-Thurs. 'Partners in Recovery' offers care coordination for people with complex needs. Not BPD specific. Details

MI-DBT (Perinatal program)
This group therapy program is for women living with BPD during the child's first years. Adapted from DBT, it supports parenting skills early in the infant’s development. Supported by PHN in collaboration with Helen Mayo House and Dept Education and Child Services. Details
Phone - 1300 898 213 or Fax Referral 1300 580 249

Embracing BPD
Embracing BPD is a group for people with BPD facilitated by qualified Peer Support workers for sharing experiences and health coping mechanisms. Email and Facebook
Meetings held 1st Wed of each month
Northbridge, Perth - Nov 4 (6:00-7:15pm AWST)

WA Peer Supporters’ Network
Free education and group supervision to build skills, sustain and thrive in your peer support role. Calendar
Ph (08) 9258 8911 or email
Cloverdale - Nov 5 WAPS meeting

For Carers / Supporters
Resources - Australia Wide

Latest Treatment Options
Latest Treatment OptionsNEA-BPD Australia who deliver the Family Connections program around Australia presented this webinar on October 8 as part of BPD Awareness Week. Family Connections leaders from SA and WA, Clinicians from Victoria, and a peer worker from WA discussed how early Intervention, evidence-based treatments and peer support groups are effective options in treatments for BPD. View video 

SANE Special Events - Topic Tuesday
Topic TuesdayRead transcript of Oct 27th Topic Tuesday 
Our Rights as Mental Health Carers 
Jonathan from Mental Health Carers NSW spoke about breaking down jargon, sharing strategies and resources and Carer's rights. Nov Topic Tuesday TBC
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! Hit the 'refresh' button regularly to read the new posts. See their Guides

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

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

Please contact organisations directly to confirm their COVID-19 responses to meeting schedules.

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 firs, and if you would like to attend one of the groups in the Scheduled Programs please also email to indicate your interest.
Groups delivered face-to-face with social distancing, or via Zoom.
New Zealand

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

Relationship Trauma Support Group
Relationship TraumaThe Mental Health Foundation Australia provides a free support group for adults, family or friends. Usually held face-to-face in Melbourne, now online until further notice. Read more
Meetings 3rd Thursday of each month 7:00-9:00pm AEST
Online - Nov 19 - Register

BPD Loved Ones Support Group
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. 
Meetings held on the 1st Monday of each month at Carers ACT Flyer

Holt, Canberra - Nov 2 - Confirm first email or phone 0415 111 894

My Sanctuary Support Group
For carers of people who live with BPD. Contact ARAFMI by email or ph (02) 4283 3993 or 4283 3499. Venue: 17 Princes Hwy, Fairy Meadow, NSW.
Meetings held 1st Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm
Fairy Meadows - postponed

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

Mental Illness Fellowship
Provides mental health services in Darwin, not BPD specific. Details and Flyer

Sanctuary BPD Carer Support Group
Sanctuary logoContact us by email website facebook
Meet 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:00pm
Glenside Health Services, Admin & Learning Bldg 
Karrayarta Drive, Glenside, SA

Online via ZOOM - Nov 9 see Facebook for details

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 Families & Friends Tasmania
MHF&F TASOnline Safe Space (Video Chats on Zoom)
Carer support, not BPD specific.
Meet online fortnightly on Wed at 6:30pm

Mental Health and Discrimination Law - Nov 4 Register
Finding Joy and Checking In - Nov 18 Register

Hobart Clinic Support Group
Carer Support, not BPD specific. Phone (03) 6247 9960 or email 
Meet 1st Wed of the month Details

Learning More about BPD: For Families and Friends
This information session is for families, friends and others who support someone with (or a likely diagnosis) borderline personality disorder [BPD} provides information about BPD and how to best support the person whilst still caring for yourselves. Held via ZOOM, over 2 weeks.
Online - Nov 4 Register

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. Via ZOOM

Outer East BPD Carer Support Group
Meet 3rd Monday of the month 1:00pm-3:00pm
Coonara Community House. Contact EACH (03) 8720 2500

BPD Community Family & Friend's Group
Meet 3rd Tuesday of the month 6:30pm. Free.
South Melbourne. Details

eGROW Carer Support
Not BPD specific. Now available online. This group is for carers of people with a mental illness and can help with support and connection to other services if needed. Details

Mental Illness Fellowship of WA (MIFWA)
Family members can feel concern, guilt and fear. We can talk with you about your situation, offer information and support. MIFWA aim to provide mutual peer support, promote resilience and coping skills, and increase understanding. For more information contact MIFWA on 9237 8900 or see online Details

Online Parent Support Group (MIFWA)
This support group is for those parents/carer supporting young people (not BPD specific). Phone Caroline at MIFWA on (08) 9237-8900 or see Flyer
Online - 1st Thursday of each month (Zoom)

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

Resources - Australia Wide
Webinar -  Patient vs Clinician Perspectives of Stigma & BPD
StigmaPeople with BPD experience significant stigma, particularly at the interface of care delivery. To compare and contrast what stigma looks like within mental health care contexts at the interface of care. A review of the literature was undertaken by Daniel Ring and Prof Sharon Lawn to compare the experiences of stigma towards BPD from the patient and clinician perspective. View Video

Webinar - Telehealth Guidelines for Therapists working with Families
From the Bouverie Centre View video

Fact Sheet - Emotions and Arousal (including Dissociation)
Blue Knot factsheetBlue Knot Foundation describe their new fact sheet: 'People with trauma experiences often have strong emotions. They can find them difficult to manage or regulate. When triggered, a range of arousal response can be experienced, including dissociation which is a type of freeze response. Download

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. Activity 181349 (60 mins, CPD: 2 points) Available to RACGP members with a login at 

BPD Training Strategy
Stage 1 - Webinars
Six webinars available online. View webinars
Stage 2 - eLearning Modules
‘Effective Psychological Treatment for BPD’ is a series of 5 free online modules for mental health workers and service providers. Completed sequentially, each module takes approx 60 mins. Certificate issued. Complete Modules

Stage 3 - Core Competency Workshops
Core Competency coverDue to the current situation with COVID-19, the roll out for these 2-day workshops is planned for March 2021. If you have already registered an Expression of Interest (EOI) we will contact you when details are finalised. NB: This is an EOI only
- numbers are strictly limited. You will receive an email to confirm your registration. 
Notify me about 2021 workshops

Conferences & Forums

14th International Conference for the Treatment of Personality Disorders - Online - Nov 2020
Early Intervention
PA Conference logoProf. Carla Sharpe (USA) and Prof. Andrew Chanen (Vic) will be keynote speakers for the 2020 online conference focusing on Early Intervention. Scientific Conference (Friday) and Consumer, Family and Carer Day (Thursday)  Conference Flyer and Consumer/Carer Day Flyer
NSW - Wollongong & Online - Nov 5, 6, 7 Register

Mental Health across the Lifespan - Melbourne - Nov 2020
Towards an integrated, accessible and trusted mental health system.
MHAL logoWith multiple Royal Commissions and Inquiries currently underway, there has never been a better time to work together towards an integrated, accessible and trusted mental health system for all, where leaders & innovators across the mental health & related sectors can come to consider the issues. Details
VIC - Melbourne - 24-25th Nov 

TheMHS Perth Conference - Perth - Feb 2021
Balancing the System
TheMHS Perth ConferenceIn addition to keynote presenters from Wales, USA and Germany, we will hear lived experience presenters from WA speaking about BPD. Details
WA - Perth - 9-12th Feb 2021

ISST - Schema Therapy Conference - Denmark - June 2021
Inspire 2020 - Reinventing the Therapeutic Relationship

Inspire 2020 logoThe in-person 2020 biennial conference has been rescheduled to June 2021, and current participants have been automatically enrolled in original selections. Details
DENMARK - Copenhagen - 24-25th June 2021

Save The Date! 
ISSPD - 17th World Congress - Norway - Oct 2021
Kaleidoscope Perspectives 

ISSPD Conference 2021The International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders have announced the dates for their next Congress. Pre-congress workshop on Oct 12. Further details will be announced as they become available. Details
NORWAY - Oslo - 13-15th Oct 2021

ESSPD - 6th International Congress on BPD and Allied Disorders 2020 - Belgium - Sept 2022

Change for a better future: Perspectives beyond symptom
ESSPD logoThe European Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ESSPD) have rescheduled their Congress, and have listed the abstract topics for submission guidance. Details
BELGIUM - Antwerp - September 2022


Please contact organisations directly to confirm their COVID-19 responses to training schedules.

AADANT Assoc of Alcohol & Other Drug Agencies NT 

Mediation Skills for Managers
Darwin - Nov 5 - Register

Bouverie Centre
My Early Relational Trauma Informed Learning (MERTIL)
In this Australian-first program you will learn the identification of and response to early trauma in the parent-child relationship, stemming from parent mental illness, grief, family violence, substance abuse, and related experiences.
Details and Register
Online  - Self-Paced learning
Grief & Family Work
Online - Nov 11 Register
Shame, Trauma & Family Relationships
Online - Nov 12 Register
Adolescent Family Violence
Online - Nov 24 Register
Narrative Approaches to Trauma
Online - Nov 27 Register

Blue Knot
All face-to-face courses have been postponed till further notice.
Blue Knot WebinarsCreating Safety & Connection
Online - Nov 26 Register
Building Trauma Awareness 
Online - Nov 5  Register
Online - Dec 3 Register
Wellbeing & Emotional Awareness
Online - Nov 17 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.
WA - Mt Lawley - Nov 17, 18, 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

MBT Australia
Anthony BatemanProfessor Anthony Bateman was planned to be delivering accredited  Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) trainings in Australia in 2020. Check here for  details of future trainings as they become available.


Mental Health First Aid Australia
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Four hour face-to-face course for anyone over 18 years. Flyer and Register
Contact for further details
MHFA also have courses for responding to someone who feels suicidal. Detalis

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

Practice Skills of Working with Children who have Experienced Trauma
Online - Nov 19 - Register (in collaboration with Emerging Minds)

To join a network and receive their next meeting invitation, please visit:
Brisbane North  
Ipswich/West Moreton
Northern Territory
Victoria - Psychedelic-assisted Therapy for Mental Illnesses
               Online - Nov 11 - Register (open to all BPD networks)

Mental Health Victoria
Semester 2 calendar - all courses online

NSW Health - Illawarra Shoalhaven 
Staying Connected When Emotions Run High - For Professionals and Carers
Workshops have been postponed, but registrations remain open. They will endeavour to deliver workshops when isolation has lifted. Details

Orygen – National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health
National training program. Details
Rethinking first episode psychosis and BPD
Online - Nov 19 Register

Orygen - Youth Health
Local Community Professionals training program. Details
(North western and western metropolitan Melbourne)

Project Air Strategy
We are not currently taking registrations for face to face training. Please see our Online Training.
Effective Psychological Treatment for BPD 
Online - Modules
Adolescent Intervention - Guide for clinicians
Online - Modules

Safe In Oz
Introduction to Working with Individuals who have Self-destructive Behaviours Register
QLD - Varsity Lakes - Nov 2 & 3 Register
QLD - Murgon - Nov 9 & 10 Register
QLD - Hervey Bay - Nov 1 & 17 Register
QLD - Biloela - Nov 19 & 20 Register
QLD - Mackay - Nov 30 Register

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 - Schema Mode Model
Online - Nov 9 Register
Schema Therapy 2 - Mode Interventions for Complex Cases
Online - Nov 9 Register

Many workshops postponed please check website for details or Eventbrite
Foundation Training for Working with People with BPD (1 day)
VIC - Richmond - Dec 1 - Register

WAAMH Western Australian Association for Mental Health
De-escalation Skills
WA - Perth - Nov 11 Register Face to Face
Sexual and Gender Identity and mental Health
WA - Perth - Nov 16 Register Face to Face
Mental health, Alcohol and Other Drugs
WA - Perth - Nov 23 Register Face to Face


Please use this as a place to inform our community of any job vacancies or offers of mentoring. A fee may apply. Contact us by email

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COVID-19 Supports
National Caronavirus Helpline - 1800 020 080 
State information 
Telehealth - Bulk Billed appointments by phone/video until 31 March 2021
Beyond Blue
Are You OK?
Head to Health 

COVID-19 Resources
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Aboriginal languages 
Easy Read English 
Young people and their parents
Older Australians

Database of Helplines in Australia
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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
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline 1800 250 015
Counselling Online (AOD)
Ice Help Line 1800 423 238
Family Drug Support Helpline 1300 368 186 or

Helplines - Limited Hours
SANE Helpline - 1800 187 263
Mon - Fri 10am-10pm AEST.
Chatline Mon-Fri 10am-10pm AEST/AEDT Details

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

QLife - 1800 184 527
Mon-Sun 3pm-12am AEDT Webchat

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