Conference Registration

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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

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Terms and Conditions

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Registration to the conference includes: 

  • Attendance to all conference sessions, including plenary, concurrent and keynote presentations
  • Conference materials, including a program with abstracts
  • Softcopy of the program (available after the conference)
  • Meals for the duration of the conference including morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
  • Ticket to networking event, including 1 hour cocktail food and entertainment

Pre- Conference Workshop Registration - Early Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder 

Terms and Conditions

Please click here to read the terms and conditions.

Registration to the pre- conference workshop includes: 

  • Attendance to the workshop
  • Workshop materials and resources
  • Meals for the duration of the workshop including morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

This one day workshop is for individuals currently working in the mental health sector who are interested in improving mental health outcomes for individuals with a lived experience of Borderline Personality Disorder.

This workshop is suitable for anyone who would like to improve or enhance their knowledge, from beginners just starting out to those already active in their roles.

Mental health clinicians, health professionals, non government organisations and government employees would find this workshop useful in helping to reform and develop the sector.

This workshop will cover the current research evidence about BPD in young people and present a model for best practice early intervention services for youth with BPD and associated problems.

Learning objectives are to:

  • Understand the rationale for early intervention for borderline personality disorder
  • Understand the key principles of early intervention for borderline personality disorder
  • Understand the structure of an exemplar early intervention program for borderline personality disorder
  • Distinguish factors that might make treating borderline personality disorder more challenging
  • Provide an overview of a relational model that can assist in working collaboratively with young people with borderline personality disorder

For more information or assistance please contact Hannah Harbinson, conference project officer on [email protected] or alternatively on (08) 6246 3019.