BPD websites

Spectrum (Vic Australia)

Spectrum focuses on those with BPD who are at risk from serious self-harm or suicide and who have particularly complex needs. website

NEA.BDP (Australia)

National Education Alliance of Borderline Personality Disorder Australia is committed to shining the light of hope on BPD in Australia by providing the latest global research and information, so that knowledge can lead to increased understanding, compassion and recovery. website

Australian BPD Foundation Limited

Are a  group of volunteer consumers, carers and clinicians passionate in encouraging a positive culture around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and promoting the ready availability and accessibility of appropriate services for everyone impacted by BPD. website

Project Air (Australia)

Project Air is a Personality Disorders Strategy that aims to enhance treatment options for people with Personality Disorder and their families and carers. website

Sane (Australia)

BPD Resource site website

“More Than Borderline” Blog (USA consumer site)

Excellent information on the difficulties of living BDP website

Borderline-personality-disorder.com  website

BPD Practicioners


Dr Cahal Meegan Clinical Psychologist website


Professor Andrew Chanen on Orygen and Early Detection of BP Play

Early Intervention for Young People with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder): Prof Andrew Chanen Play

National BPD Awareness Day 2011-Video 7-Dr.J.Beatson:"Advances in the Treatment of BPD Play

"Back From the Edge" - Borderline Personality Disorder Play

What does it feel like to have a personality disorder? Play

Childhood Trauma, Affect Regulation, and Borderline Personality Disorder Play


Borderline Personality Disorder

BPD is a common mental illness. People affected have difficulty managing their emotions and impulses, relating to people and maintaining a stable self-image.Website

New Findings on Emotions in Borderline Personality Disorder


Coping with Intense Emotions and Panic with Borderline  website

Relationships and Borderline Personality Disorder website

“A very obvious dichotomy present in the lives of non-borderlines in relationships with or to borderlines, and many borderlines, themselves, is the gap that exists between intellect and emotion. Borderlines often "know" intellectually that which they do not "know" emotionally. There is often a gap between "adult-like" and age-appropriate intellect and "child-like" and age-inappropriate emotionally-motivated behaviour. I believe this is due to the damage suffered emotionally which leads one to be borderline in the first place which interferes with normal emotional development. This gap is made more evident by the triggered-dissociation that most borderlines experience. When one is triggered (dissociation) back to another times and experience one's intellect cannot over-compensate. Thus we see "regressive" "child-like" behaviour from borderlines, who are otherwise very intelligent adults.” website