The information provided in our fact sheets is of a general nature and does not take into account your personal circumstances and physical and/or mental status/wellbeing. Specific advice should always be sought from an appropriately qualified professional person.
- Essential information
- Families, partners and carers
- Treatment tools
- Parents with personality disorder
- Schools, teachers & students
You've been diagnosed with BPD, what now?
What are Personality Disorders?
What is Borderline Personality Disorder?
What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder?
What is Antisocial Personality Disorder?
What is Avoidant Personality Disorder?
What is Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder?
Relationship difficulties, arguments & conflicts
What is mindfulness?
Self-harm: what is it?
Problems with drug and alcohol use
The basics: for families, partners & carers
Effective communication: for families, partners & carers
Understanding self-harm & suicidal thinking: for families, partners & carers
Strategies for effective communication & healthy relationships: for families, partners & carers
Helpful tips for challenging relationships: for families, partners & carers
Managing anger: for families, partners & carers
Looking after yourself: for families, partners & carers
Guide for first responders & health professionals
Providing compassionate, recovery-oriented care - guide for mental health professionals
Giving a diagnosis of BPD - guide for mental health professionals
Supporting Carers - guide for health professionals
Mindfulness exercise: walking
How did I get here?
Parenting with Personality Disorder
How does Personality Disorder impact on parenting?
Talking to children about Personality Disorder
Connecting with children at different ages
Understanding and responding to children's feelings
Strengthening Attachment: for parents and caregivers
Mindful parenting during child play time
Creating safety: setting limits with children
Key principles for working with young people with complex mental health needs
Personality disorder in young people: the facts
Diversity in young people
Self-harm: how to respond
Responding to challenging behaviour
Tips in responding to young people with complex mental health needs
Working with parents with personality disorder
Care plan for young people
Student focused safety and support plan – returning to school following a complex health concern