A supportive group process with a therapeutic focus for:
Carer families living or supporting someone with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
This workshop series invites participants to share and respond to stories of living with BPD and the effects it has on lives and relationships. Participants are also encouraged to explore and evaluate knowledge and practices that foster realistic ways to promote, inform and support relationships and initiatives that work with the effects of BPD on families.
The group is facilitated by Peter McKenzie (PhD, MA ClinFamTher). Peter is the Carer Academic and a Family Therapist at The Bouverie Centre. He has been working in the area of families and BPD for a number of years, both clinically and as a trainer and advocate.
Contact Peter McKenzie on (03) 9385 5100
The Bouverie Centre is now taking applications for its 2018 coursework programs - the Graduate Certificate in Family Therapy and Master of Clinical Family Therapy (yrs 2 & 3 entry).find out more
The Bouverie Centre's Indigenous Team recently developed an Evidence Brief and Impact Analysis Report on The Bouverie Centre's Aboriginal Family Therapy Training Program.find out more