Personality Disorders Counseling

Personality disorders create difficulties in how a person relates to others and to themselves. Oftentimes, there is a rigidity and unhealthiness to how a person thinks and behaves, which can make interpersonal relationships and occupational functioning difficult. The ability to control impulses can also be problematic.

Have you been diagnosed with a personality disorder? The ways in which you think and relate can seem like the only option for you, leaving you feeling stuck, and making the road to change and growth tricky at times. Yet change and growth are possible for you, and can result in healthier, more stable relating and functioning.

Are you wondering if you have a personality disorder? Sit with a counselor to explore this question and receive guidance and tools. Has someone you love been diagnosed? One of our counselors can offer you insight and support, as you strive to navigate one of these disorders.

Commonly known types of Personality Disorders are:

  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  • Paranoid Personality Disorder
  • Antisocial Personality Disorder