I am Borderline the Laurice Reed Resilience Foundation is a multidisciplinary behavioral health non-profit, where we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the lives of those who are living with BPD resilient. We’re committed to creating pathways to advance, explore, and fund groundbreaking research. We will be supporting our community members in a targeted universalism approach through creating a unique yet universal treatment of care through a trauma informed lens. Measuring our success not by monetary size, but by qualitative data such as the testimonial impacts and effectiveness of our efforts. We aim to provide cost-effective, accessible, and quality services for those with BPD and the commonly dual diagnosed anxiety and depression to reassure our community that recovery is sustainable.
Education provided to consumers within this category are generally provided off-site at another facility. The services are provided through partnered clinicians and billed via the organization at contracted rates. Services include: consultation for diagnosis, psychotherapy, skill-building through dialectical behavioral therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Research represents our interest to know and understand mental illness. The work is provided by independently researchers in behavioral health and mental health specialists, psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, and licensed, independent researchers. The format of this work is broken down in areas of diagnosis and misdiagnosis of BPD, childhood trauma in relation to neurological defects or abnormalities or rewired, dual diagnosis in relation of depression and anxiety, and the relation of post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide. All age groups are treated..
Awareness campaigns through key messaging, apparel, and recovery testimonials. In addition to promoting trauma informed and resilience practiced skills so that all can strive in each stage of life.
Peer support is tailored to the needs of the individual and guided by collective solution's of current stressors. Peer support sessions will be held for individuals living with BPD, depressions, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety in addition opportunities for family, and friends who are supporting those living with diagnosis’s if appropriate. Rates are free. In person offerings, webinar like sessions, and conference calls will be accessible.