PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) …


We hear the term often these days and may think of soldiers, police, ambos or others who regularly face unexpected, extremes of Life


And we know from their accounts, that PTSD can devastate health, relationships and the quality of lives


At Sanctuary, we think many Consumers and Carers may also be experiencing PTSD Symptoms, perhaps without knowing it


Learning more about PTSD and what positive actions we may take could protect us from developing even more severe symptoms


So, as part of our ongoing series of guest speakers from SA Health’s BPD Co, our next Sanctuary meeting featured

Clinical Senior Psychologist Kath Moores

sharing her expert insight into

The relationship between BPD and PTSD



Upcoming Meetings

Sanctuary meets on the second Tuesday of the month, from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, South Australian time

BPD Carers can attend in person (subject to COVID restrictions) or on-line.

Please contact us here if you'd like to come to a meeting.

Face-to-face meetings are at Glenside Admin and Learning Services Building, 2 Karrayarta Drive, Glenside. Please be aware: meeting arrangements might change in response to new COVID restrictions.  We always publish the latest arrangements here, on our website.

List of Upcoming Sanctuary Meetings

Guest Speakers

New members are welcome

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This website is produced by members of the Sanctuary Support Group. We are not mental health professionals nor clinicians.  We are ordinary people who care for someone with BPD. This website is a collection of information that we have found helpful or of interest in the context of our own lived experiences. The content of this website is not a substitute for independent professional advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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