Borderline Personality Disorder treatment in NJ

Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment

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Borderline Personality disorder treatment at CTRL Care Behavioral health

CTRLCare Offers Treatment For Borderline Personality Disorder in New Jersey

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental illness that makes it hard for people to control their emotions and act in the ways that are expected of them. It’s a serious condition that can affect your work, school, relationships, and other aspects of life. If you or someone you love suffers from BPD, get professional help immediately.

CTRLCare is a qualified mental health treatment center in New Jersey that offers comprehensive treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder. Content us today to learn more.

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People with BPD may have frequent mood swings and intense feelings of anger, shame, or loneliness. They may feel like they’re detached from their emotions or unable to control them. Some people with BPD feel empty inside and report feeling like they don’t exist. This type of mental disorder affects people in different ways. Some people with BPD have symptoms that are very mild and don’t cause any problems. Others struggle with symptoms that are more severe and can affect their ability to work, form relationships, and function on a daily basis.

People with BPD have difficulty controlling their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. They may feel like they are on an emotional roller coaster.

People with BPD often struggle with identity issues—such as feeling like they don’t know who they are or where they belong in life—intense anger, depression, and anxiety that can cause problems for themselves and others.

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We work with most major insurance plans that offer out-of-network benefits. We offer a free verification process so you know your options when seeking mental health treatment in Princeton. Our team will let you know what works best for your individual needs.

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Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) can cause intense reactions, unstable relationships, extreme reactions and feeling unstable in relationships. These symptoms are often the most difficult aspects of the condition to cope with.

You may experience intense emotions that come and go. These feelings can range from anger, sadness, or anxiety to emptiness and feeling trapped in your own body. You may also experience feeling out of control or like a bad person. People with BPD are more likely than others to have other mental health problems such as depression, anxiety disorders (like social phobia), substance use disorders (such as alcoholism), eating disorders (like binge eating disorder), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and schizophrenia.

  • Depression
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Self-harm
  • Feeling empty or numb
  • Feelings of anger and irritability
  • Fear of abandonment

If you’ve noticed these symptoms in you or a loved one, you may benefit from reaching out to CTRLCare Behavioral Health.

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What Causes Borderline Personality Disorder?

A number of factors could contribute to the development of borderline personality disorder, including:

  • Genetics: A person with a family history of BPD may be more likely to develop it.
  • Brain chemistry: The brain uses chemicals called neurotransmitters to send signals between brain cells and other parts of the body. It’s possible that a person’s brain has too much or too little serotonin or norepinephrine, which can affect mood, sleep, impulse control, and stress levels.
  • Childhood trauma: BPD often occurs after trauma during childhood, such as neglect or physical abuse from caregivers, witnessing domestic violence between parents; exposure to community violence, losing a parent at an early age; having an alcoholic parent, having divorced parents, being bullied by peers and experiencing other forms of social rejection like teasing about race or sexual orientation.

Managing Borderline Personality Disorder

If you are concerned that you may have BPD, it’s important to seek out a licensed therapist who can help. 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 1.6% of the U.S. adult population has BPD. It’s an Axis II disorder, which means it’s defined as a personality disorder by the Diagnostic Manual (DSM).

If you are suffering from BPD and have been told that the disorder is untreatable or incurable, know that this is not true. There are effective treatments that can help with your symptoms and aid in recovery. It is important to find a therapist who understands Borderline Personality Disorder, as well as other mental illnesses, to ensure they are able to provide the best care possible.

If you have endured years of feeling isolated and misunderstood by those around you, I encourage you to reach out for support—whether it be family members, friends, or medical professionals—and allow yourself to feel safe enough within yourself so healing can begin.

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When I realized I reached the point I needed a more intensive therapy program, I called around to many places in the Princeton area. While our area is luckily filled with incredible facilities, there is something different about this one. It even seems wrong to call it a facility. The first phone call I had with them already made me feel welcome, and while my need to attend a place like this isn't pleasant, they made the experience so much more human and conversational. Devin

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Inviting and calming space to explore different ways to manage mental health and wellness. You can ensure that you are not just another number and that your care will be individualized while in their care. Sarah

CTRLCare provides an excellent starting place

The world of psychotherapy can be a confusing, even overwhelming, place for a person seeking competent help and credible information.CTRLCare provides an excellent starting place for gathering key information to make informed decisions about mental and behavioral health care. I'm honored to have been invited to be a client and glad to have their network available for myself, friends and family interested in advancing mental health and Behavioral care knowledge and practice. Alexander

Amazing staff!

Elina and her staff are so great! My whole intake experience was a breeze and I do not feel like just a number. Elina and her staff make you feel very comfortable and are great at addressing all your needs and really care about the patient and their well being! I would 100 recommended them to anyone that is looking for counseling or help in the area. I feel like I made the right decision choosing CTRLCARE for my provider and I hope you will too! Danielle C.

Learn more about our trauma treatment in Princeton, New Jersey and how it can help you or a loved one overcome mental health and technology wellness challenges.

To discuss our programs in more detail, contact our CTRLCare Wellness Team.

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CTRLCare Can Help With Comprehensive NJ Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment

If you need more information about borderline personality disorder or if you want to find out how to get treatment for it, contact your doctor, a mental health professional, or a support group.

BPD is a severe mental illness that often results in hospitalization, self-harm, and suicide; it’s also one of the top three causes of death by suicide. It affects about 1% of the population and can cause lasting problems if left untreated—yet there is no reliable way for people with BPD to diagnose themselves. Getting professional help from a healthcare provider who knows how this condition affects their patients will allow them to assess whether or not your symptoms are consistent with those of BPD. If you have thought about suicide or self-harm, you can contact the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 24/7 at 988.

If you’re concerned that you may have borderline personality disorder, see your doctor so they can run tests and rule out other illnesses or conditions like depression or anxiety disorders first before offering treatment plans to treat any underlying issues that could be causing your symptoms!

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with BPD and is looking for a professional to help, please contact us. We can provide you with the resources you need to begin treatment and live a happier life.

The symptoms of borderline personality disorder are serious and can interfere with your ability to function normally. See your doctor if you’re concerned that you or someone close to you might have BPD. Help is available for people who suffer from this condition; however, they must see a psychiatrist now rather than later because treatment options become less effective over time. Learn more by contacting CTRLCare Behavioral Health today.

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Focused on evidence-based therapies and integrated wellness programs, the unique, hybrid approach at CTRLCare Behavioral Health is designed to meet the needs and goals of the individual. For personalized treatment that addresses the mind, body, and spirit, contact CTRLCare Behavioral Health today.