Families and Carers Training and Support Programme (FACTS)
FACTS is a unique, carer-led training programme for carers of people with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)/ Emerging Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD).
About this training
This training is for carers of people with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)/ Emerging Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD).
FACTS is a unique, carer-led training programme, developed with the support of Anna Freud, for the friends and families of people with BPD/EUPD.
During the course, you will learn:
What BPD/EUPD is, and how to manage this condition;
How you can rebuild relationships and reduce conflict;
How best to support your relative or friend;
How to cope with your feelings.
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Contact point for FACTS courses in Watford, Hertfordshire: BPDFACTSWatford@yahoo.com
Aims of this training
We know it can sometimes be difficult to live with, or care for, someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD/EUPD). Families and friends can struggle to cope with their own feelings, leaving them traumatised, disempowered and unsure how best to help their loved one. Support and advice is rarely available and when it is, is often confusing and unhelpful. The purpose of FACTS is to improve family wellbeing and offer advice and support to families.
Who is this training for?
If you have received the link to this booking page you should have already been invited to apply to the course. Please do not forward or share the link to this booking page.
Criteria for participation in the course include being a family member or friend of a person with BPD/EUPD, and being able to attend the 5 evening sessions. The individual with BPD/EUPD does not need to be receiving specialist support from BPD services for their carers to be able to participate.