Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders

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Project Air Strategy for Schools provides a comprehensive set of resources which have been developed to assist schools better recognise and respond to young people with complex mental health problems.

These resources include a new guidelines, fact sheets, train the trainer resources and a short film 'Chloe's story' which aim assist teachers, school counsellors and health staff to better recognise and respond to young people with complex mental health problems, including self-harm, suicide, trauma and emerging borderline personality disorder.

  • Guidelines - Working with young people with complex mental health issues: Understanding and responding to emerging personality disorder, trauma history, self-harm and suicidal behaviour and difficulties with identity, emotions and relationships
  • Factsheets and tools
  • Short-film – Chloe’s Story
  • Read a Project Summary on the NSW Mental Health Commission's website

Train the Trainer resources are available to education and health staff who have underwent the training. For further information please contact

Last reviewed: 28 August, 2017

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