Determining the presence of a personality disorder isn’t easy. In fact, most people aren’t even aware that they have a personality disorder. They believe that their way of thinking is normal, and they often blame others for their problems. At Rose Hill Center in Holly, Michigan, we work closely with our residents to find the right personality disorder treatment for them.
What Is a Personality Disorder?
A personality disorder is a mental disorder that involves an unhealthy or rigid way of thinking or behaving. Personality disorders make it difficult for people to maintain relationships. They also give people problems at work, school, and during social activities.
In many cases, people who suffer from personality disorders blame others for their problems. In this case, it’s difficult to get the help that they need. However, most personality disorders start during the teenage years and linger throughout early adulthood. As individuals age, these symptoms become less apparent.
Personality Disorder Treatment
Getting personality disorder treatment is often difficult, and there are three main categories that people fall into. It is important to find a clinician who has experience treating personality disorders. At Rose Hill Center, we know that everyone is different, so no one treatment plan will work for everyone.
The three types of personality disorders fall into clusters. The first group is Cluster A, which involves eccentric or odd disorders. It includes personality disorders such as schizotypal and schizoid personalities. This cluster also includes people who have paranoid personality disorder.
The second group is Cluster B, which includes erratic and dramatic disorders. Histrionic, narcissistic, and borderline personality disorders are the most common issues in this group.
Last is Cluster C, which usually involves people with fearful or anxious disorders. The most common personality disorders that fall into Cluster C include avoidant, obsessive-compulsive, and dependent personality disorders.
Get Help for Your Personality Disorder at Rose Hill Center
At Rose Hill Center, people come first. Our compassionate professionals believe that no one is defined by their personality disorder. Despite your struggles, our compassionate professionals don’t believe that personality disorders define you.
We want you to think of Rose Hill Center as a place to live and grow. While you’re here, we want to make you feel like you are at home. We offer a number of mental health programs, including:
- Comprehensive treatment at our residential rehabilitation center
- Extended Residential Program
- Dual Diagnosis Rehabilitation Program
- Transitional Living Program
- Community Support Program
Our huge 400-acre campus provides plenty of privacy as you overcome your personality disorder. We also have a thriving community with DBT trained staff, which makes it easy to talk to people for support when you need it.
Don’t let your personality disorder control your life. Learn what it takes to overcome your disorder and live a normal life through our comprehensive mental health treatment programs. Contact us today at 866-367-0220 for more information.