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Plenary Speaker | Scientific Programme

Find out more about the Plenary Speakers and the Scientific Highlights of the 3rd  International Congress on Borderline and Allied Disorders in 2014

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Welcome to Rome

We look forward to welcoming you here in ROME or the 3rd International Congress on Borderline Personality Disorder and Allied Disorders.
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The Congress President´s Welcome Address

A warm welcome awaits you at the 3rd ESSPD Conference on Borderline Personality Disorder and Allied Disorders. This conference, focussing on tailoring treatments to different developmental pathways and phenomenologies, builds on the success of the two previous conferences held in Berlin and Amsterdam.

ESSPD conferences have set an international standard for scientific rigour in the study of personality disorder and have attracted the best researchers and clinicians from Europe and the rest of the world.

The aim of the ESSPD is to stimulate and support scholarship, to promote international collaboration and to foster research on personality disorder with a focus on Europe. This conference will admirably meet these aims.

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