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Mental Illness Fellowship of WA

Level 3, The Avenue

Midland, WA 6056

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Family Connections Leader Training 2018

NEA-BPDAust will hold the next Family Connections Leaders Training (FCLT) in Midland Western Australia and through live streaming at selected host venues in SA, QLD, VIC, & TAS on the 8th & 9th of December 2018.


The training will be led by Family Connections National Trainers and Clinical Psychologists Carolyn Bright and Dr Sian Jeffery. Jennie Fitzhardinge Clinician and Family Connections Faciliator and Karen Brooks Carer-Peer Family Connections Leader will also be supporting the event in WA.


Host Venue Details

Each host venue will have 2 trained and experienced family connections leaders who will support a small group of 10-15 registrants over the two days. The live stream training is interactive and will include small group activities and discussions. Register early as spots are limited.

  1. Skylight, 6 Cooke Tce, Wayville, South Australia with co-facilitators Liz Hodgman & Lynda Barclay 10:30am – 6:30pm

  2. Bargaoona Nganjin Seminar Room 2, 182-186 Georges Road, North Fitzroy, Victoria with co-facilitators Louise White, Frank Thien, & Terri-Lee Hill 11am – 7pm

  3. 228 Logan Rd, Woollongabba, Queensland with co-facilitators Catherine Renkin & Kathy Madson 10am – 6pm

  4. Level 3 Meeting Room, Launceston General Hospital, Charles Street, Launceston, Tasmania with co-faciliators Turid Hopwood & Jacqueline Brown 11am – 7pm


The Family Connections program is an evidence-based program that provides peer support, psycho-education and skills anchored in dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) for partners, families, friends and carers of those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or traits of BPD, as well as problems with emotion dysregulation. The training (FCLT) is to teach attendees the course content and also provide skills and strategies to become a group leader.


*By the end of this training you will be a family Connections Volunteer Leader with a commitment to co-faciliating your first program within 3 months post training.


For further information about the leader training eligibility requirements and commitment please visit: https://www.bpdaustralia.org/for-family-connections-leaders-training/ or contact us at familyconnections@bpdaustralia.org


The Family Connections Leader Training will comprise of two full days of intensive training involving theory, tools and processes developed specifially for co-faciliating your first Family Connections 12 week Program.

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Mental Illness Fellowship of WA

Level 3, The Avenue

Midland, WA 6056

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