People with personality disorder are overwhelmed by negative emotions such as distress, anxiety, worthlessness, or anger, avoiding others, and feeling empty and emotionally detached. Personality disorders
usually appear in adolescence and persist into adulthood. They can be mild, moderate, or severe, and people can go through "remission" periods where they function normally. The goal of psychiatric rehabilitation is to assist individuals suffering from persistent and severe mental illness in developing the emotional, social, and intellectual skills required to live, learn, and community work with the least amount of professional assistance. Although psychiatric rehabilitation does not question the validity or impact of mental illness, rehabilitation practice has altered people's perceptions of it. Allowing people with continual and serious mental illnesses to live normal lives in the community shifts the focus away from the illness. Cadabams has equipped rehabilitation centers and effective treatment plans for Rehabilitation for personality disorders and delivers holistic services.