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Ways to Support Ourselves and Our Loved Ones who have Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation

NEABPD is offering a webinar series to educate and provide skills to those struggling with a loved one who has characteristics of BPD and/or emotion dysregulation.  This is for people who have yet to participate in Family Connections™ or for those who need a refresher.

ON-BPD offers an online option for Family Connections using ZOOM Videoconferencing. Although we originally intended this option for persons who are unable to attend in-class courses, it has proven to be extremely valuable during this time of social distancing. The online class allows family members to meet via videoconferencing using a cell phone, tablet or computer.  The course is interactive; leaders are able to interact with participants, and participants are able to see and speak with others during class.

Do you want timely effective access to DBT and other gold standard therapies for BPD? Here is an opportunity for you to voice what families need.

24 December 2019


Michèle Langlois
President of ON-BPD and
Facilitator of Family Connections courses

As we head into the Holiday Season and end of 2019, I wish to share highlights of ON-BPD’s journey over the past year and recognize the invaluable contribution of our Board, Course Leaders, Members, and Course Graduates in their support of families and loved ones with BPD in our community.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 7:00 PM

Ottawa Network for Borderline Personality Disorder | Le réseau d’Ottawa pour le trouble de personnalité limite

Free Public Lecture

 

 New Vision at The Royal

 Joanne Bezzubetz, Ph.D.

President and Chief Executive Officer The Royal
 

 

Radically Open: Training Mindfulness and Compassion for Self and Others

Presenters: Dr. Marie-Eve Martel C.Psych. & Dr. Kimberly Sogge C.Psych., Ottawa River Psychology

When: Saturday May 11, 2019 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Where: The Royal, 1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa, Room 1424

OTTAWA, October 17, 2018 – Ottawa Network for Borderline Personality Disorder (ON-BPD) is pleased to have received a $12,500 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund to support the delivery of the Family Connections™ program by TeleConnections, a first of its kind in Canada.  TeleConnections will provide the 12-week Family Connections™ program in a series of telephone conferences to people outside of Ottawa, particularly those in rural areas of northern and eastern Ontario and western Quebec, with peer-to-peer and family-to-family support groups. 

On Wednesday October 17, 2018, ON-BPD held its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) since incorporating last year.  The organization’s President, Michele Langlois, presided over the meeting and provided members with an update of our accomplishments and described some of our upcoming initiatives, including TeleConnections, which will provide families in rural areas outside Ottawa the opportunity to take the Family Connections™ program by teleconference.

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