5. Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder affects not only the people who suffer from it, but everyone else in the family as well – particularly parents, siblings, children and spouses.
Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder This program, the last in a series of five on BPD, shows how family members can, and do, play a big role in the outcome of the person who has BPD. With proper treatment and family support people can recover. Family education and support programs are highlighted, illustrating how relationships with loved ones who have BPD can be repaired and restored.
Run Time: 42 minutes
See what some of the experts say in this video
John Gunderson, MD"The issues around setting boundaries are complicated."John Gunderson, MDPsychiatrist
Perry Hoffman, PhD"Nobody sets out to be Borderline, it's not something that somebody signs up for. "Perry Hoffman, PhDPsychologist/Family Advocate
Alan Fruzzetti, PhD"When families get overwhelmed, at wits end and don't know what to do -the place to start is to let go of blame."Alan Fruzzetti, PhDClinical Psychologist
Alec Miller, PsyD"Walking on eggshells and reinforcing maladaptive behaviors is not helpful."Alec Miller, PsyDClinical Psychologist
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