Our interdisciplinary panel will explore working collaboratively to support mental health of people living with Borderline Personality Disorder
Through an exploration of borderline personality disorder, the webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to:
- Identify challenges in management of BPD in public, private and primary sectors
- Describe how BPD is best managed in public, private and primary care setting
- Outline how best to collaborate between public, private and primary care settings to get the optimal treatment outcomes for people with BPD and their families/carers.
Professor Brin Grenyer (Psychologist, NSW)
Dr Gillian Singleton (GP, Vic)
Dr Paul Cammell (Psychiatrist, Vic)
Facilitator: Dr Lyn O’Grady (Psychologist, Vic)
- Management in mental health services
- Management in primary health sector
- Management in public health sector
- Management in private health sector
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Counseling clients with borderline personality disorder.
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