Borderline personality disorder in youth and early intervention

Date produced 23 July 2018

Our interdisciplinary panel will explore working collaboratively to support mental health of people living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Michelle's story to be better equipped to:

  • outline how to identify youth with borderline personality disorder
  • identify age appropriate therapeutic interventions and treatment principles for youth
  • outline how to work appropriately with the young person and their family.

 

 

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios. 

  • Professor Andrew Chanen (Psychiatrist, Victoria)
  • Dr Louise McCutcheon  (Psychologist, Victoria)
  • Carissa Wright  (Consumer, Western Australia)
  • Susan (Carer, Victoria) 

 

Facilitator:

  • Dr Lyn O’Grady (Community Psychologist, Victoria)


 

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