Australian survey wanting insights from people who live with BPD

This study looks at the recovery processes involved in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) through the perspectives of individuals with a diagnosis of BPD.

The voices of individuals with lived experience of BPD have minimally been represented in the research literature and findings from this study will inform the development of recovery-oriented practice guidelines for BPD.

Participation in the Journeys to Recovery study involves completing a confidential and anonymous online survey which asks about quality of life, symptoms, services accessed and views about recovery. The survey takes 30 – 40 minutes to complete. Participants are also invited to take part in a telephone interview, however this is optional.

If you would like more information or to access the survey please see the following link ( Alternatively, please contact Fiona Ng ( from the Project Air Strategy, based at the University of Wollongong, Australia (