Personality Disorder

Written by: Michel Socoró Carrié
Published: | Updated: 15/11/2018
Edited by: Top Doctors®

¿What is a personality disorder and when it appears

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First of all I would like them a warning first, I suggest you to ask yourself what is the real reason that leads them to search for information about this disorder,¿, it's for you?¿, for someone else.. ?. to know oneself note that searching in diagnostic manuals, technical articles, other information will not find an answer to what happens to you. This will be possible through therapeutic relationship with a qualified professional.

The personality disorder would be a pattern rooted, hard, disproportionate and inappropriate ways to think, feel, behave and interact according to a system of values ​​that characterize the lifestyle of the subject and how to adapt to the vicissitudes. Personality disorder in the features are: lack of awareness of illness, the tendency to acting, the behavior, the repetition compulsion and lack of emotional containment. This disorder is diagnosed from adolescence.

¿What types of personality disorders exist and which are the most frequent

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Are defined 10 types of personality disorders. The most common are those that get to have an awareness of disease and make demands like limiting disorder, obsessive- compulsive disorder, dependence disorder and avoidant disorder.

¿, which consists in treating

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There are no miracle cures. It is true that personality disorder is difficult to ensure complete healing, although long since Otto Kernberg, Freud, has been done and there is a long tradition of rigorous practice in psychotherapy that give positive results. The Psychotherapy involves a weekly attendance at treatment sessions and the patient requires effort, perseverance and commitment.

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 Michel Socoró Carrié

By Michel Socoró Carrié
Psychology

Specialist in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy with a long career. He is an expert in the psychological treatment of situations of abuse and neglect and a leader in child and Adolescent Psychology.

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