Children who have a Parent with Mental Illness

Children who have a Parent with Mental Illness

Some members support a child or grandchild whose parent has been diagnosed with, or has symptoms of BPD. I know this causes more distress for you as you try to give the best care to the little one (or sometimes not so little!!) Here are links to some information that...
Therapeutic Groups at Skylight

Therapeutic Groups at Skylight

Hi Everyone. This may be of interest to some of the people you care for but note there are only a few free places, otherwise you need to fund it through the NDIS package. Judy   This summer, Skylight is running two types of Therapeutic Groups in various locations:...
Calling all men who care for a partner diagnosed with BPD

Calling all men who care for a partner diagnosed with BPD

I’ve been asked to see if there is interest amongst men living with a partner with BPD, to get together for support, outside of the usual Sanctuary meetings. I have been well aware that the situations you all find yourselves in is so different from those of us...

Contact Sanctuary’s Men’s Group

Contact the Men’s Group An opportunity for men who live with a partner with BPD to get together, for support, outside of the usual Sanctuary meetings   To the Sanctuary's Men's Group Your Name Your Message Your Email Address Your Phone (optional) Are...
Choosing a Therapist

Choosing a Therapist

At our January Meeting, a new member asked if we had a list of psychologists we could recommend for the person they care for. While we don’t really like recommending anyone in particular, we do have a list of psychologists who other members have found helpful. We then...
January 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – Dan Schmidt, Headspace

January 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – Dan Schmidt, Headspace

Dan Schmidt spoke at Sanctuary’s January Meeting about the programs at Headspace (for those aged 12 to 25 years), especially about the Youth Early Psychosis Program (YEPP), an early intervention service where clinicians can visit someone at home or in the ED....