We are thrilled to share that Dr. Jesse Finkelstein, one of our co-founders at TheraHive, recently appeared as a guest on an inspiring new podcast: 'Quiet, Not Silent: Recovering with BPD', hosted by Avery the Quiet.
The podcast shines a light on the often misunderstood mental health condition, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), and seeks to break the stigma surrounding it. It is hosted by Avery, a courageous mental health advocate who lives with quiet BPD and uses their platform to share their journey, knowledge, and valuable insights.
Avery, who was diagnosed with BPD in 2019, launched the podcast to delve into various aspects of quiet BPD, from coping mechanisms and recovery strategies to individual experiences of those living with the condition. It's a space for meaningful conversations and personal stories about self-love, relationships, support systems, and the exploration of different therapy modalities.
In his guest appearance, Dr. Finkelstein offered insights into Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based program that has proven to be extremely effective in managing BPD. His deep expertise in DBT is not only instrumental in his work at TheraHive, but also a key component of the support we offer to individuals navigating their mental health journeys.
At TheraHive, we believe in the power of shared knowledge and experiences. We're dedicated to supporting mental health conversations, whether that's by participating in podcasts like Avery's or by providing information about mental health skills and strategies.
Our team, including Dr. Finkelstein, is passionate about extending their commitment beyond our platform. We are always ready to engage in meaningful dialogues in various forums, be it podcasts or webinars, and share our expertise to assist others in their mental health journey.
Remember, we're all on this journey together, and at TheraHive, we're here to support you every step of the way. Keep an eye out for future appearances of our team members on other podcasts and webinars - we're committed to bringing you the latest evidence-based information and insights in mental health.
Thank you, Avery, for creating a space that encourages open dialogue about mental health, and specifically about living with quiet BPD. We're truly inspired by your work: indeed quiet, but most certainly not silent.