Personality Disorders

A personality disorder is described as a long-term pattern of intense and rigid thought, actions, and emotion. It causes anxiety and makes it hard to work in daily life. It is difficult for people with personality disorders to change their behaviour or adapt to new circumstances. For people who may have difficulty maintaining work or building positive relationships with others should go for personality disorders therapy.

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01 What is Personality Disorder Counseling Online?

  • Personality Disorders are usually misdiagnosed with PTSD or depression.
  • People who have been diagnosed with substance use disorder have at least one personality disorder.
  • People with personality disorder are struggling with inner turmoil; including self-doubt, low self-esteem, and sometimes depression and anxiety.
  • Approximately 70% of people with borderline personality disorder make at least one-lifetime suicide attempt.
  • Borderline personality disorder isn't very well-known as other disorders, whereas it is much more common as other disorders such as schizophrenia.
  • The family history of mental illness
  • Unorganized or broken home conditions throughout childhood
  • Extreme or unforeseeable punishment experienced as a child

02 What Causes Personality Disorder Counseling Online?

  • The family history of mental illness
  • Unorganized or broken home conditions throughout childhood
  • Extreme or unforeseeable punishment experienced as a child
  • Head injuries

03 Symptoms Of Personality Disorder Counseling Online?

  • Impulsivity
  • Poor self-image
  • Stormy relationships
  • Severe feelings of boredom
  • Emptiness
  • Uncontrollable anger
  • Paranoid thoughts
  • Mood Swings

04 Treatment

  • Dialectical behavioural therapy-This therapy teaches patients the ability to handle their intense feelings and avoid self-destructive behaviours.
  • Psychodynamic therapy-Treatment includes the therapist asking questions and searching for a positive or constructive reaction from the client.
  • Medication-Medications cannot cure personality disorder on their own but are often used to reduce clinical symptoms.
  • Psycho education- In this therapist provides the client and the family with accurate knowledge and information on personality disorders.

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Diagnosis for Personality Disorders Counselling Online

If you have a personality problem, your online therapist may make the following determinations:

Physical assessment: Your health may be the subject of a physical examination and in-depth inquiries from the doctor. Your symptoms could occasionally be indicative of an underlying physical health issue. Lab testing and a drug and alcohol screening test can be a part of your evaluation.

Psychiatric assessment. This involves talking about your thoughts, feelings, and actions, and it could include involve a questionnaire to help determine a diagnosis. Information from family members or others may be useful with your permission.

DSM-5 diagnostic standards. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) published by the American Psychiatric Association may be used by your doctor to match your symptoms to its diagnostic criteria.

What is the treatment for Personality Disorders Counselling Online

Psychotherapy

You can discuss your moods, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors as well as your condition with a mental health expert while in psychotherapy. You can develop coping mechanisms for stress and control your disorder.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

In order to help the patient learn skills like accepting the circumstance and controlling emotions, this therapy has evolved into a process in which the patient and the medical practitioner will work one-on-one.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy

This therapy teaches patients how to alter their negative thought patterns so they can more effectively manage the difficulties of daily living while having a personality disorder.

Medications:

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved any drugs especially to treat personality disorders. However, different personality disorder symptoms may be helped by different psychiatric drug classes.

Mood stabilizers.

As their name implies, mood stabilizers can lessen anger, impulsivity, and violence or even out mood swings.

Antipsychotic

These medications, also known as neuroleptics, may be beneficial if you experience psychosis or, in certain situations, anxiety or rage issues.

Anti-Anxiety:

If you experience anxiety, agitation, or insomnia, they may be helpful. However, they might occasionally worsen impulsive conduct, thus they are avoided in some personality disorders.

What are the Different Types of Personality Disorders?

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) classifies the 10 different forms of personality disorders into three major groups (categories). Each cluster shares a unique set of symptoms.

Cluster A personality disorders

Unusual and eccentric thought or conduct is a feature of Cluster A personality disorders.

Paranoid personality disorder Paranoia, which is a persistent mistrust and suspicion of people without good cause, is the primary characteristic of paranoid personality disorder. People who suffer from paranoid personality disorder frequently think that someone is trying to humiliate, hurt, or threaten them.

Schizoid personality disorder: A constant pattern of detachment from and overall disinterest in interpersonal connections are characteristics of schizoid personality disorder. When dealing with others, people with schizoid personality disorder have a constrained range of emotions.

Schizotypal personality disorder: People with schizotypal personality disorder have a recurring pattern of extreme discomfort with and little need for close relationships. Their skewed perceptions of reality, superstitions, and unusual behaviors may make relationships more difficult.

Cluster B personality disorders

Dramatic and erratic actions are characteristics of Cluster B personality disorders. These kinds of circumstances are characterized by high, erratic emotions and impulsive actions. Disorders of the cluster B personality include:

Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD): people exhibit a lack of respect for others and disregard for socially acceptable norms and rules. People who have ASPD may breach the law or hurt those around them physically or emotionally

Borderline personality disorder (BPD): This illness is characterized by problems controlling one's emotions, which lead to low self-esteem, erratic moods, impulsive actions, and consequent relationship problems.

Histrionic personality disorder: A skewed self-image and powerful, erratic emotions characterize. Self-esteem for those are based on other people's approval rather than a genuine sense of self-worth.

Narcissistic personality disorder: An excessive desire for praise and adoration, a lack of empathy for other people, and a pattern of perceived superiority and grandiosity are all the characteristics. These feelings of low self-worth and lack of confidence frequently give rise to these beliefs and actions.

Cluster C personality disorders

Severe anxiety and terror are seen in Cluster C personality disorders. They consist of:

Avoidant personality disorder: people experience persistent feelings of inadequacy and are extremely sensitive to criticism from others. They want to socialize, yet they tend to stay away from it since they are so afraid of being rejected.

Dependent personality disorder: A persistent and excessive need to be looked for by others is a symptom. It also entails submission, a need for ongoing assurance, and a lack of decision-making ability. They frequently behave passively and clingily, and they fear being separated.

Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD): this is characterized by an intense and persistent desire for control, orderliness, and perfectionism (with no tolerance for flexibility), which eventually slows down or obstructs the completion of a task. Additionally, it may damage relationships.

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