14th Annual Yale NEA-BPD Conference: "Emotional Dysregulation in Families - Treatment and Support"
This year’s conference will address a variety of research-supported interventions and support options for families that struggle with problems of emotional dysregulation, including new mothers, parents of children struggling with dysregulated children and adolescents, and family members touched by borderline personality disorder (BPD). Our presenters include treatment developers, researchers, master clinicians, and individuals who will share from their lived experience of BPD. Our hope is that this conference will serve to help our attendees better understand, support, and help those suffering from emotional dysregulation, and decrease the stigma that plagues the individuals and family members of those who struggle it.
Our conference is aimed at mental health professionals, training clinicians and researchers, as well as those with lived BPD experience and their family members. Presentations are designed to make cutting edge research and practice accessible to both professionals and lay audience members, and ample time is provided for questions from the audience throughout the conference day.
- Professional Early Bird: $130.00 (by April 6)
- Professional: $150.00
- Family Member: $50.00
- Consumer: $25.00
- Trainee: $50.00 (Yale and Yale-New Haven Hospital trainees please email email@example.com)
Group discounts of 15% are available for Professional groups of 5 or more. Group members must register together.
Yale School of MedicineEmily Cooney, PhDAssistant Professor, Psychiatry / YIELD
National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality DisorderPerry Hoffman, PhDPresident
McLean HospitalAlan E. Fruzzetti, PhDDirector, Boys DBT Program & Director, Training in Family Services for 3East Programs
Weill Cornell MedicineFrancheska Perepletchikova, PhDAssistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division
- Krissy AhnerLived experience presenter
- Stacey AhnerLived experience presenter