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BPD Recovery with Kiera Van Gelder and Teresa Lynne

Did you miss the chat with Kiera Van Gelder and Teresa Lynne on recovery from BPD? No problem! We have uploaded the video so you can watch anytime! About our speakers: Kiera Van Gelder is the author of “The Buddha and the Borderline“. Teresa is a DBT […]

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PDAN Featured in BPD Magazine October Issue!

PDAN is proud to announce our partnership with BPD Magazine! BPD magazine is self-described “the world’s first print magazine dedicated to putting out the most accurate and helpful information on Borderline Personality Disorder”. The magazine includes columns like Therapies, Men with BPD, and From The Eyes of Someone […]

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Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools to Improve Learning

Professional educators know that many students face challenges in their personal lives that adversely affect their learning in school. Unfortunately, many children have been traumatized by directly or vicariously experiencing violence, homelessness, loss (or fear of loss) of loved ones, or other kinds of trauma. Trauma changes […]

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SAMHSA National Wellness Week, September 16-22

At PDAN, we are so proud of our online community. Our goal is to increase awareness and decrease stigma around personality disorders. We work hard to provide a safe space for you to find advice, information, and support. In honor of the upcoming 3rd Annual Wellness Week, […]

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5 Major Mental Illnesses Traced to Same Genetic Variations

By TRACI PEDERSEN Associate News Editor Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on August 19, 2013 Five major mental illnesses — depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, schizophrenia and autism — are traceable to the same inherited genetic variations, according to the largest genome-wide study of its kind.  These variations account for 17-28 percent of mental illness risk.

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Don’t Call Me Crazy!

Have you been keeping up with the new BBC series on the teenage mental health unit in Manchester? Don’t Call Me Crazy follows a group of teenagers with their various disorders. Some kids are just starting to learn about their disorders and conditions, while some have been in […]

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June is Men’s Health Month!

This article discusses what makes a man, gender roles, and the common ideal of men suppressing feelings. What we know in the mental health community is that suppressing feelings can be a big cause of mental health issues. Do a favor to your fellow man today: let […]

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