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Opening – BPD Awareness Week 2019

Opening – BPD Awareness Week 2019

October 1st to 7th 2019 is BPD Awareness Week

Don’t miss the Opening:
Keynote speaker is Professor Anthony Bateman, a world expert on Mentalization and, of course, an expert in BPD!
Tuesday 1st October, 5:30pm

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Therapeutic Groups at Skylight

Therapeutic Groups at Skylight

This summer, Skylight is running two types of Therapeutic Groups in various locations:

  • Everyday Wellbeing, for people experiencing anxiety and or depression
  • Sound Minds, supporting people who hear voices
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    Choosing a Therapist

    Choosing a Therapist

    From our January Meeting, what to look for in a new clinician, and some questions you may like to ask a therapist before you actually make an appointment.

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    BPD – What Works?  – All in the Mind radio program

    BPD – What Works? – All in the Mind radio program

    ABC Radio National aired this story on All in the Mind on 23rd November 2014: Borderline personality disorder—what works? If you are in deep emotional pain the last thing you want to hear is that you are untreatable. Well that’s very often the...

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