2019 National BPD Conference – November 14-15

Hear Professor Jayashri Kulkarni and a team of lived experience speakers on BPD – Best Practice Deserved

Friday 15th November at the Bayview Eden Melbourne, 6 Queens Road, Albert Park VIC 3004

For people with lived experience, families, friends & clinicians.

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November 2019 Mens Group – Coffee Chat

Sanctuary’s Mens Group meets on Sunday 17th November from 12.30 to 2.30 pm at Cafe Outside the Square, 34 Whitmore Square Adelaide (near corner of Sturt Street). New members are welcome.

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Sanctuary offers support for carers of people with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder)

People don’t always need advice.

Sometimes all they really need is

a hand to hold,

an ear to listen

and a heart to understand them.

(Anonymous)


Skylight
Sanctuary Support Group
gratefully acknowledges ongoing
support from Skylight

Sanctuary is a support group for anyone who cares for a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD.

Sanctuary is a safe haven, where carers are welcomed and receive support to cope with this serious illness, which often causes much trauma for both carers and those diagnosed with BPD.

It is a place to talk about the impact of this illness, to learn coping skills from other carers, as well as professionals, and to learn about  the illness and its treatment.

It is a Sanctuary in name and nature, where carers will no longer feel so isolated and alone.

About Us - What We Do

Sanctuary meets on the second Tuesday of the month, from 4.30pm to 6.30pm at Skylight, 5 Cooke Tce, Wayville, South Australia

Next Sanctuary Meeting

Guest Speaker

New members are welcome

We appreciate a gold coin donation to cover incidentals.

 

2019 National BPD Conference – November 14-15

Hear Professor Jayashri Kulkarni and a team of lived experience speakers on BPD – Best Practice Deserved

Friday 15th November at the Bayview Eden Melbourne, 6 Queens Road, Albert Park VIC 3004

For people with lived experience, families, friends & clinicians.

read more

November 2019 Mens Group – Coffee Chat

Sanctuary’s Mens Group meets on Sunday 17th November from 12.30 to 2.30 pm at Cafe Outside the Square, 34 Whitmore Square Adelaide (near corner of Sturt Street). New members are welcome.

read more

Sanctuary offers support for carers of people with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder)

People don’t always need advice.

Sometimes all they really need is

a hand to hold,

an ear to listen

and a heart to understand them.

(Anonymous)

Sanctuary is a support group for anyone who cares for a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD.

Sanctuary is a safe haven, where carers are welcomed and receive support to cope with this serious illness, which often causes much trauma for both carers and those diagnosed with BPD.

It is a place to talk about the impact of this illness, to learn coping skills from other carers, as well as professionals, and to learn about  the illness and its treatment.

It is a Sanctuary in name and nature, where carers will no longer feel so isolated and alone.

About Us - What We Do

Sanctuary meets on the second Tuesday of the month, from 4.30pm to 6.30pm at Skylight, 5 Cooke Tce, Wayville, South Australia

Next Sanctuary Meeting

Guest Speaker

New members are welcome

We appreciate a gold coin donation to cover incidentals.

 


Skylight
Sanctuary Support Group
gratefully acknowledges ongoing
support from Skylight

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