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Overview

When a person has a severe personality disorder, they can be harmful to themselves and other people. For instance, a Borderline Personality Disorder patient may have a tendency to engage in self-harm or have suicidal ideations. An Antisocial Personality Disorder patient, on the other hand, may put other people at risk for harm. The same risks also apply to people with co-morbid conditions such as depression, substance abuse, and anxiety in addition to their personality disorder. Moreover, a rehabilitation setting, in such situations, is the most appropriate form of getting treatment as it ensures the safety of all.
Being in a rehabilitation setting can also help reduce the person’s sense of isolation as they get to interact with other patients with similar issues, realizing that they are not alone in their suffering. It also gives them access to various professionals at one place that are involved in the treatment process, such as psychiatrists, therapists, family therapists, group therapists, neurofeedback specialists, etc. ensuring an all-round treatment approach.
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How effective is Rehabilitation for Personality Disorder?

Rehabilitation is effective for personality disorder patients especially when they are at risk of harming self or others.

What are the benefits of Rehabilitation for Personality Disorder?

Rehabilitation provides access to different professionals for regular appointments, engages patients in a regular routine that helps build emotional stability, engages patients in psycho-education, individual counselling, group therapy and family therapy, allows patients the room to engage in recreational activities, provides constant supervision and monitoring to keep the patients’ behaviours and symptoms in check and ensuring their safety, provides crisis intervention support by professionals when required, and provides a structured environment focused solely on recovery.

How long a stay is required?

Rehabilitation facilities have programs of different durations. How long a patient with personality disorder is required to stay depends on the program-type as well as on the patient’s recovery rate.