Research Project – Mindful Parenting and BPD Symptoms

 

Hi Everyone. This survey is only for consumers, but if anyone you are caring for is well enough to take part, I think it would be well worth doing.

Our Turn to Speak survey

Our Turn to Speak is a national survey that seeks to understand the life experiences of people living with severe and complex mental health issues in Australia.

This survey is being conducted by SANE Australia’s Anne Deveson Research Centre in partnership with the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne, with the support of the Paul Ramsay Foundation.

More than 690,000 Australians aged 18 and over live with complex mental health issues. Our Turn to Speak will investigate the life experiences – whether positive or negative – of people living with these issues.

We want to understand if and how a person’s experience of mental health issues impacts the way they are treated by others in different areas of their lives. 

The data collected will then be used to inform future advocacy efforts as we work towards improved social outcomes and support for all Australians affected by complex mental health issues.

Judy

 

 

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