NEW Borderline Personality Disorder Networks

22 June 2017  Connect

What is a Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) MHPN?

A group of interdisciplinary practitioners, working in the mental health and related sectors, who meet voluntarily four times per year.   Members include psychologists, social workers, mental health nurses, GPs, psychiatrists, OTs, counsellors, psychotherapists and family support workers. 

Why join a network?

  • Build practitioner relations
  • Improve referral pathways
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Peer support

MHPN has partnered with The Australian BPD Foundation to support two existing BPD focused networks in Adelaide and Victoria. We are currently gathering interest from practitioners to potentially establish new networks in NSW and other locations across Australia:  

Adelaide BPD MHPN
Adelaide SA           Register

Victorian BPD MHPN
Melbourne VIC       Register

NSW BPD MHPN
Sydney NSW         Register

If you are located outside these areas and interested in establishing a BPD network in your area please email MHPN Project Officer, Angela Miller at a.miller@mhpn.org.au or phone 03 8662 6643.