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Dr. Cassidy Blair, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist | PSY 22022

Dr. Cassidy Blair, Psy.D.

The Importance of Treating Your Personality Disorder
The Importance of Treating Your Personality Disorder

Just as every personality is different, every Personality Disorder varies in type and severity. That’s why it’s essential to seek professional treatment for your Personality Disorder rather than trying to manage the symptoms on your own. Specialized, evidence-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or Psychodynamic Therapy offer a way to overcome the challenges of having a Personality Disorder so that you can confidently move forward in your personal, social, and professional life.

Read on to learn more about the importance of treating your Personality Disorder with the help of a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.

An Introduction to Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders are Mental Health Conditions that involve long-term patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that deviate from normal societal and cultural expectations. Personality Disorders can affect how you perceive yourself or others, how you relate to other people, your emotional reactions to people and situations, or how you control your behavior and impulses.

There are several different types of Personality Disorders, including:

  • Borderline Personality Disorder, in which an individual struggles with intense emotions and emotional regulation
  • Narcissistic Personality Disorder, in which someone has grand feelings of self-importance and entitlement, sometimes paired with a lack of empathy for others
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder, which is characterized by patterns of preoccupation, orderliness, and control
  • Dependent Personality Disorder, in which an individual has an intense need for support from others, sometimes leading to submissive or clingy behaviors
  • Antisocial Personality Disorder, which is characterized by a lack of regard for other people’s thoughts and feelings and can lead to aggressive, manipulative, or impulsive behaviors

These are only brief introductions to a few Personality Disorders. Working with a Licensed Clinical Psychologist is the key to learning more about these and other connected Mental Health Illnesses so that you can overcome the stigma around mental health and find the treatment you need.

The Effects of Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders affect the way one relates to the people, environments, and situations in their life. Without treatment, your Personality Disorder can harm your relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and other important people in your life. These damaged relationships can lead to feelings of isolation, guilt, frustration, and other negative emotions, which in turn can further harm you and the people around you.

Seeking treatment for your Personality Disorder breaks this cycle. By addressing the challenges and behaviors you face with a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, you can regain control over your thoughts and behaviors and go back to living a normal life.

How a Licensed Clinical Psychologist Helps

The first step to treating your Personality Disorder is deciding to get help. When you make an appointment with a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, you begin the process of learning more about your disorder as well as the underlying sources and interconnected issues that cause it. More importantly, your therapist will come up with a specialized plan to address and overcome your Personality Disorder through evidence-based treatment models. Working with a Qualified Psychologist is the key to obtaining the Personality Disorder treatment you need.

Seek Professional, Evidence-Based Treatments

Now that you know the importance of treating your Personality Disorder, it’s time to find the professional help you deserve. Every patient is unique, which means every patient needs a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who will work closely with them to determine which evidence-based treatments will be most effective for their Personality Disorder.

Dr. Blair is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about providing expert treatments to patients struggling with Mental Health Disorders. If you’re ready to find Personality Disorder treatment in the Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Century City, Brentwood, Westwood, Irvine, Newport, and Orange County areas, reach out to Blair Wellness Group today.

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