North Palm Beach Recovery Center offers compassionate and comprehensive treatment for individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD), combining evidence-based therapies and support to promote stability, emotional regulation, and improved quality of life.
We nurture a stigma-free atmosphere that empowers our clients with the essential coping skills.
Our staff includes the best master level clinicians in Palm Beach who have dedicated their lives and careers to help others accomplish a sober and healthy lifestyle.
Our clinical team collaborates with clients and their families to identify concerns and achieve their goals.
Our staff stays up to date with evidence based modalities. They have extensive knowledge and experience with substance use, addiction, dual diagnosis, relapse prevention, anxiety, trauma, life skills training, and more.
We tailor our therapeutic approach to discover what works well for each client.
Many insurances qualify, and self payment options are readily available. We Accept Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, & More. To See If Your Insurance Qualifies Fill Out The Form Below Or Give Us a Call.
Treatment that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). We provide comprehensive services aimed at helping individuals manage their symptoms, improve emotional regulation, and develop healthier coping strategies.
BPD treatment involves evidence-based therapies such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which is specifically designed to address the unique challenges faced by individuals with BPD. Other therapies commonly utilized include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, and schema therapy. These treatments aim to help individuals build emotion regulation skills, improve interpersonal relationships, and enhance self-identity.
The duration of BPD treatment can vary depending on the individual's needs, treatment goals, and the severity of their symptoms. BPD treatment is often several months or longer.
It's best to talk with a professional. Medications can be part of the treatment plan for BPD, primarily when there are co-occurring conditions such as depression, anxiety, or mood instability. However, medications are generally used to manage specific symptoms rather than as a standalone treatment for BPD itself.
If you or your loved one experience difficulties with emotional regulation, impulsivity, unstable relationships, identity disturbance, self-harm, or chronic feelings of emptiness associated with BPD, seeking help from someone who specializes in BPD treatment is recommended.
You don't have to face borderline personality disorder alone. Reach out to us now and let our compassionate team provide you with the support, understanding, and effective treatments you need to thrive.