What We Do

On this page you can find out more about what we do as a non-profit community interest company. Being an organisation ran entirely by volunteers with lived experience, we firmly believe that with the right support and treatment people affected by borderline personality disorder can have a good quality of life and live well in recovery.

Our aim is to ensure that nobody faces this illness alone, and provide the framework for people to direct their own journey towards wellbeing and recovery, to live a fulfilling lives.

What We Do and How We Do It

We provide online peer support

We provide free online peer support through our monthly online groups, which include groups for men, women and families/friends/carers.

We also provide support through our closed Facebook support group.

We Provide Information

We offer a wide range of information on BPD, covering everything from diagnosis to medication and more. This website, as well as our email and social media channels, serve as valuable resources for obtaining comprehensive knowledge on this condition.

We offer Signposting

We can signpost you to services in your local area. These services encompass not only BPD support services and mental health organisations, but also support groups, activity groups, financial advice and more. You can also use our support directory to find services local to you.

We Provide Training and Education

We provide training workshops and seminars on a range of topics including BPD, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), peer support, stress management, emotional resilience and more. You can see our latest workshops and seminars here: Upcoming Events.

We Campaign for Change

We want to see a change in the way we talk about borderline personality disorder, and a change in the way people with BPD are treated. People living with symptoms of BPD should be treated with respect and dignity, and provided the healthcare they need without stigma or discrimination.

Our goal is to establish standardized treatment options accessible to all those in need.

We Strive to Raise Awareness

We want to encourage conversations about BPD, to make it more widely known and therefore reduce associated stigma and discrimination.