Personality Disorder & Chronic Mental Illness

Personality Disorder & Chronic Mental Illness

Like physical illness, mental illness can limit our ability to function as successfully as we would like. Sometimes the stigma of being diagnosed, correctly or not, with a personality disorder or mental illness weighs us down to the point of believing we are less than others. The truth is that we are all equal to each other, created by God in his image. Our Christian therapists can help you cope with your situation, teach you new ways of addressing problems in your life, and encourage you in achieving all that you are able and willing to achieve. Give us a call.

One or more of these signs may be present

Previously diagnosed with mental illness

Taking medication for anxiety, OCD, PTSD, or other condition

Suspicion of mental illness or personality disorder

Patterns of strange behaviors

Problems with work, school, or the law

Behavioral issues

Unexplained visions or hallucinations

Conflict problems

Unexplained physical symptoms

What should I do?

If you or someone you love has a diagnosed mental illness, they should be under the care of a medical professional. If they are not yet diagnosed or are not currently being seen by a mental health professional, we suggest you check with your doctor for a medical evaluation and guidance, particularly if there are physical symptoms. We also work with psychiatrists and can make a referral for you.
Our counselors work with mental illness and would be glad to assist you. Please Call us , Email us or  Contact Us  to request an appointment. Day and evening counseling sessions are available, and we would be happy to answer all of your questions.