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National BPD Week 2020


Flipping the Script: Changing the narrative on BPD

National BPD Week is a national awareness campaign for borderline personality disorder (BPD).

This year, the campaign focuses on reducing other and self-stigma for people living with BPD, their carers and families.

The Australian BPD Foundation organises BPD Week which is being held from Thursday 1 October to Wednesday 7 October, 2020.

For details, please follow this link.

Find and join a Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Mental Health Network:


Survey for people with lived experience
Australian BPD Foundation is seeking the voices of those living with borderline personality disorder (BPD) to guide our future advocacy.

The foundation has developed a survey in collaboration with Spectrum Personality Service to explore the general wellbeing of people with BPD during the COVID-19 pandemic and their experiences of telehealth.

If you live in Australia, and have a diagnosis of BPD (or identify with the symptoms of BPD), the foundation would like to hear about your experiences of adapting to the restrictions due to COVID-19; and your experiences around accessing mental health treatment and support (including telehealth) during this challenging period.

Take the survey.