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UPDATE APRIL 2020

As we all, individually and as a society come to terms with the implications that the COVID-19 pandemic has on our lives and our workplaces we need to postpone the BPD Core Competency and Train the Trainers workshops for now.

The Australian BPD Foundation and Spectrum are both committed to delivering all of our scheduled 2020 training workshops as soon as it is safe to do so. We will provide significant notice of the new workshop dates once it is safe to do so.

We are holding our EOI open (until we have reached a maximum of 200 EOIs for each workshop) with the dates for the workshops still to be confirmed. At this stage we anticipate that the workshops in Perth and Bunbury will proceed as scheduled. We will endeavour to reschedule all affected workshops as soon as possible and provide regular updates to those registered. You can register your EOI using the link below.

Developed in partnership between Australian BPD Foundation and Spectrum Personality Disorder Service. This project was undertaken with funding from the National Mental Health Commission.

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Sane online Forums will be hosting their third live mindfulness session. The 1.5 hour event kicks off at 7pm AEST on 26th May and will be hosted by a SANE Counsellor & Forums Moderator!
Mindfulness practice helps people connect to what is happening in the moment. This reduces stress, making people feel calmer and allowing them to think more clearly. Taking a few minutes out of the day to focus on thoughts and surroundings can have really positive effects on a persons mental wellbeing.
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