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Don’t Miss NEABPD’s Call-In Series on Borderline Personality Disorder

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NEABPD Call In Series 2012The National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEABPD) is offering a weekly phone lecture that provides the latest information and research on Borderline Personality Disorder.

NEABPD’s Winter Call-In Series, “Perspectives to Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder,” is free and available to anyone interested in learning more about the psychiatric disorder. The calls are held on Sunday nights from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST.

The series kicked off on January 8, and will continue until March 11. Here is the remaining schedule for the call-in series:

  • January 15 – Michele Galietta, Ph.D.: Aggression and Borderline Personality Disorder 
  • January 22 – Alec Miller, Psy.D.: Borderline Personality Disorder and Adolescents 
  • January 29 – Shari Manning, Ph.D.: Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder 
  • February 5 – Charlie Swenson, MD: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Part Two 
  • February 12 – Frank Yeomans, MD, Ph.D.: Narcissism and Borderline Personality Disorder 
  • February 19 – Eunice Chen, Ph.D.: Eating Disorders and Personality Disorders 
  • February 26 – Lois Choi Kane, MD: Mentalization with Families 
  • March 4 – Andrew Chanen, MD: Early Detection and Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder 
  • March 11 – Kelly Koerner, Ph.D.: Dialectical Strategies, Balancing Acceptance and Change 

For more information and to register, visit the NEABPD’s website.

Check out the Fall 2012 series here.

3 Comments

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  2. Jacki krone

    I would like to participate in the Sunday night calls. Are they still going on and can you email me the call-in number snd code so that I can join in on this evenings talk?
    Thank you

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