Borderline personality disorder (BPD) can turn lives upside down, but there is hope for the BPD and their family. BPD is a characterized by emotion dysregulation, often explosive reactivity to daily situations or, conversely, extreme withdrawal. Up to 10% of those with BPD commit suicide. This panel of experts will discuss treatment and support options and answer questions from the audience. Moderator is Amy House, PhD. Panel members: Ruth Abbott-Nelson, PhD; Christopher F. Drescher, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, AU; Ameet Boleigh, EdS, NCSP, School Psychologist; Kim Batten, PhD, Veterans Administration; Kathy Dexter, PA-C, NEA-BPD Family Connections Co-Leader.
Learn more at calendar.augusta.edu/event/hope-for-bpd-a-panel-discussion/
Contact Kathy Dexter for questions, call 706-721-4719 or email