Endorsements From Experts
"I think your book, Self Help for "'Managing the Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder' is an extremely helpful and practical guide for people with the disorder. You are probably going to help a lot of people with it."
—GLEN O. GABBARD, MD
BROWN FOUNDATION PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR, BAYLOR PSYCHIATRY CLINIC
"Tami Green has a unique ability to put an articulate and hopeful face on what, for many years, was thought to be an untreatable clinical condition. She is to be applauded for her commitment and courageous efforts to reach out to the BPD community, clinicians, family members and consumers alike, with the banner of hope and good news that a happy, meaningful life with BPD is possible."
— PERRY HOFFMAN, PHD
PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ALLIANCE FOR BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (NEA-BPD)
"Tami is supportive of others, listens carefully, and provides excellent information about the roles that family members can play in helping their loved ones to seek help and to recover. She not only gives hope to others but also provides effective practical advice about how patients can progress to recovery with the help of services and family members. We use her small book on self-help for managing the symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder in my unit in the United Kingdom and our patients love it."
— ANTHONY W. BATEMAN, MA, MD
CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST IN PSYCHOTHERAPY; VISITING PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON CO-DEVELOPER OF MENTALIZATION BASED THERAPY
"Tami Green's life story of Borderline Personality Disorder recovery offers hope and inspiration to those asking the question, "Can I have a life with joy even though I have Borderline Personality Disorder?"
— BLAISE A. AGUIRRE, MD
STAFF PSYCHIATRIST AT MCLEAN HOSPITAL AND AN INSTRUCTOR IN PSYCHIATRY AT HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
"Tami Green is an inspiration to us all, demonstrating that with courage, persistence, and the right treatment, persons with Borderline Personality Disorder can recover. Her mission, to spread the word that new research supports a picture of optimism and hope, is just the right one."
— JOHN OLDHAM, MD
PAST PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION (APA), SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE MENNINGER CLINIC AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHAIR FOR CLINICAL AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MENNINGER DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AT THE BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, HOUSTON, TX
"Tami Green is living proof what our research states: that those with BPD can and do get better and stay better. Her encouragement to others to expect positive results from treatment is to be applauded."
— JOHN GUNDERSON, MD
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AT HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL IN BOSTON, MA AND DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR TREATMENT AND RESEARCH ON BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER, AT MCLEAN HOSPITAL, BELMONT, MA
"I find Tami an engaging and most interesting woman. Her competency is evident and Tami is the kind of person we with mental illness can look up to and emulate. Tami has one of the finest personalities I know. And I have traveled the country for many years and met thousands of individuals. Tami stacks up as one of the finest."
— STEVE MILLER
CONSUMER ACTIVIST, NAMI NATIONAL TRAINER CONNECTIONS SUPPORT GROUP PROGRAM, PAST NAMI NATIONAL BOARD MEMBER, CONSUMER COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE.
"Hats off to Tami Green for courageously sharing how to identify devastatingly negative thoughts about oneself, and replace them with accurate, more hopeful thoughts, to brighten lives impacted by Borderline Personality Disorder."