In Conversation: Talks On Bpd And Recovery

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Synopsis

With an open and honest look at this disorder, its symptoms, and treatment, we hope to bring awareness and understanding to those supporting, helping, and living with borderline personality disorder.

Episodes

  • Alan Fruzetti, PhD on Acceptance and Change in DBT

    Alan Fruzetti, PhD on Acceptance and Change in DBT

    25/05/2016 Duration: 17min

    Alan E. Fruzzetti, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology and director of the dialectical behavior therapy and research program at the University of Nevada, Reno. In this podcast Dr. Fruzetti talks about acceptance of pain and our ability to change, dialectical behavior therapy’s use of the behavior chain analysis, and myths surrounding BPD. The post Alan Fruzetti, PhD on Acceptance and Change in DBT appeared first on RethinkBPD.

  • Beth Brodsky, PhD, Distinction of Suicidal Behaviors in the BPD Population

    Beth Brodsky, PhD, Distinction of Suicidal Behaviors in the BPD Population

    17/05/2016 Duration: 24min

    Beth S. Brodsky, Ph.D. is Associate Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology in Psychiatry at Columbia University, and a research scientist in the Silvio O. Conte Center for the Neurobiology of Mental Disorders, at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Department of Molecular Imaging and Neuropathology. Her areas of expertise include research and psychotherapeutic treatment of self-destructive […] The post Beth Brodsky, PhD, Distinction of Suicidal Behaviors in the BPD Population appeared first on RethinkBPD.

  • Paula Tusiani-Eng on the Struggles, Hope and Legacy of her Sister

    Paula Tusiani-Eng on the Struggles, Hope and Legacy of her Sister

    09/05/2016 Duration: 18min

    Paula Tusiani-Eng has written, along with her mother and sister (posthumously) about their struggles, hopes and legacy her sister, Pamela, leaves behind. The book is titled Remnants of a Life on Paper: A Mother and Daughter’s Struggle with Borderline Personality Disorder (Baroque Press, 2013). Paula also has created a non-profit organization, Emotions Matter, to connect and […] The post Paula Tusiani-Eng on the Struggles, Hope and Legacy of her Sister appeared first on RethinkBPD.

  • Will Lippincott on Suicide  Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Will Lippincott on Suicide & Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    30/04/2016 Duration: 26min

    Will Lippincott began his publishing career at the Johns Hopkins University Press, later moving to the Village Voice Literary Supplement and then The New Yorker. He is a former publisher of The New Republic and Booz Allen’s strategy+business magazine. Will returned to the book side of publishing in 2003 as a literary agent. Will Lippincott wrote an […] The post Will Lippincott on Suicide & Dialectical Behavior Therapy appeared first on RethinkBPD.

  • Perry Hoffman, PhD

    Perry Hoffman, PhD

    30/04/2016 Duration: 21min

    Perry Hoffman, PhD is the president of the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder. NEA.BPD is the nationally recognized organization dedicated to building better lives for millions of Americans affected by Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). NEA.BPD works with families and persons in recovery, raises public awareness, provides education to professionals, promotes research and advocates with […] The post Perry Hoffman, PhD talks Families & BPD appeared first on RethinkBPD.

  • John Gunderson, MD

    John Gunderson, MD

    29/04/2016 Duration: 22min

    John G. Gunderson, MD, is a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and is director of McLean Hospital s Borderline Center. His seminal studies on the diagnosis, families, psychodynamics, treatment and pathogenesis of borderline personality disorder helped transform the diagnosis from a psychoanalytic construct into an empirically validated and internationally recognized disorder and earned him […] The post John Gunderson, MD and the Myths of BPD appeared first on RethinkBPD.

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