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Family Connections for Borderline Personality Disorder Program

May 13, 2019

THE PROGRAM This truncated 12-week, research-based program for family members of individuals with BPD, provides current information, teaches coping skills, and creates the opportunity to develop a support network. Three studies published on Family Connections show that family members benefit significantly in the following areas: Decreased grief Decreased burden Reduced distress and depression Increased mastery/empowerment more »

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Finding Balance- A Different Kind of Resolution

February 11, 2019

There are countless statistics on how many people “fail” at their New Years’ resolutions, or give up after a few months of trying. Last year, I had several specific goals for myself, none of which I ended up meeting. One of my New Year’s goals was to run a faster 5k, however, after countless long more »

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How Sharing My Story Helped Me

January 14, 2019

I remember the days leading up to my first year of college were filled with excitement and nerves as I prepared to leave my hometown to go to a large school that was over four hours away. Just as with most college students, I was nervous about making friends and finding my place, especially because more »

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Free Mental Health First Aid Sessions

November 26, 2018

The Raleigh Police Department, in partnership with Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, is offering Mental Health First Aid Class sessions. The free, 8-hour sessions will be held once each month from December 2018-May 2019. All sessions will be held at the Raleigh Police Department Southwest District (601 Hutton St., Raleigh). The Mental Health First Aid class will more »

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