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Individuals with personality disorders have abnormalities in their perceptions and behaviours regarding themselves, other people, and the world around them. Therapeutic intervention, thus, becomes essential in their treatment. Since the distortions in their thinking patterns and behavioural responses are deep-rooted, long-term therapy is required for gradually reducing the symptoms of their personality disorder. Moreover, even after getting discharged from a rehabilitation center, post rehabilitation care wherein the individual continues with therapy sessions and other effective forms of treatment such as group therapy, family therapy, and psychiatric medications (especially in the case of co-morbid conditions such as depression, substance abuse, or anxiety) is essential. This is especially so since a rehab offers a structured setting devoid of any life stressors that the individual may normally experience that can trigger their dysfunctional emotional and behavioural responses. However, going back to their home environment after having recovered in the rehab setting would mean facing various life stressors that could cause a relapse. Moreover, post rehabilitation care is an essential step for maintaining recovery in individuals with personality disorders.

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How effective is Post Rehabilitation Care for Personality Disorder?

Post rehabilitation care is effective in preventing relapses and maintaining recovery from symptoms of individuals with personality disorders.

What are the benefits of Post Rehabilitation Care for Personality Disorder?

Post rehabilitation care can help in continuing to develop emotional regulation and interpersonal skills, behavioural management, and prepare the individual with personality disorder for dealing with any stressors, triggers, roadblocks, challenges, or temptations that they may face in their daily life. In this way, daily functionality and quality of life is enhanced while reducing the likelihood of relapse and self and other harm (which are prevalent in some personality disorders).

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of follow up sessions required depends on how much more progress the individual needs to make in order to work on enhancing their emotional and behavioural skills that are deficits as a result of their personality disorder in order to live a fulfilling quality of life in all the different areas.

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