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Personality Disorders Support Group

Personality Disorder

Personality disorder refers to a long-term pattern of thinking, behaviour and emotion that is extreme and inflexible. It causes distress and find it hard to adapt to different situations. They may have trouble forming positive relationships with others. Current thinking is that multiple trauma events in childhood are involved in its development. People suffering from personality disorder also have high rates of coexisting mental health conditions such as depression and substance abuse.

Join Personality Disorder Support Group

If you or a family member or friend, is struggling with this condition, there is help. The Mental Health Foundation Australia provides a free support group for adults, family or friends to meet in comfort and safety and give and receive support. The group provides the opportunity to learn more about the disorder and to develop social networks.

When and where is the support group?

Date: 3rd Mondays of the month

Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (AEST)

Venue/Mode: Face-to-Face session at MHFA and Online via Zoom



Contact us

1300 643 287

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