If you often develop attachments to other people that are perceived as “too strong,” borderline personality disorder may be to blame. At P.S. Psychiatry in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Eileen Peirce, RN-BSN, PMHNP-CRNP, and the team diagnose and treat borderline personality disorder to enhance your well-being, relationships, and quality of life. Call the office to schedule an in-person or telehealth evaluation, or use the online booking feature today.
Borderline personality disorder is a condition in which you have difficulty understanding and managing your emotions and the emotions of those around you. You might have strong attachments that feel overwhelming to others or take dramatic measures to obtain or keep someone’s attention. The P.S. Psychiatry providers can help you regain emotional balance.
The signs and symptoms of borderline personality disorder include:
While you might long for loving, lasting relationships, certain personality traits can push others away. Borderline personality disorder often begins in early adulthood and may improve with aging. Treatment with the help of P.S. Psychiatry specialists can help you live a fulfilling life.
While the cause of borderline personality disorder isn’t fully understood, risk factors may include:
Regardless of what’s causing the condition, seeking help from a specialist is the key to achieving healthy relationships and living your best life.
Your P.S. Psychiatry provider gets to know you during an initial consultation. They review your past traumatic life events, medical history, and medications. They also discuss your thoughts, emotions, mood, behaviors, and more during a comprehensive, in-person or telehealth psychiatric evaluation.
P.S. Psychiatry offers genetic testing to determine which medications will best match your individualized needs based on your genetic makeup.
P.S. Psychiatry offers the following treatments for borderline personality disorder:
Your specialist meets with you weekly or as needed to help you overcome troublesome thoughts, emotions, or behaviors and better manage interpersonal relationships.
Schedule a consultation at P.S. Psychiatry by phone or request one online today to effectively navigate borderline personality disorder.