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Family Connections Program

Family Connections™ is a research-based 12-week course that meets weekly to provide education, skills and support for people who are in a relationship with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Even without an official BPD diagnosis, if your loved one is living a roller coaster life marked by patterns of instability in moods, emotions, behavior, self-image, relationships and functioning, this program will greatly benefit you.

Developed by Dr. Alan Fruzzetti and Dr. Perry Hoffman, Family Connections™ is a free course run by family members themselves who bring a wealth of personal experience in addition to specific training.

When a loved one experiences the symptoms of borderline personality disorder, with or without an actual diagnosis, the person’s suffering often extends to family members. The challenges of dealing with an ill relative on a daily basis can be very stressful, and family members may unknowingly act in ways that negatively impact their relative. To mitigate these realities, this course offers a new way to navigate through these turbulent waters by providing: BPD education; individual skills training based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT); and group support that builds an ongoing network for family members.


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