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Online Personality Disorder Assessment

Should I get an online personality disorder assessment?

Our online personality disorder assessments are for those trying to pinpoint whether they need help, or whether it’s just a phase.

Personality Disorder affects how a person thinks and feels, influencing their behaviour and how they relate to other people.

In general, somebody with a personality disorder thinks, feels, and behaves differently from the “average person”.

SupportRoom provides online personality disorder assessments for you to get done in the comfort of your own home. 

Types of personality disorders

There’s a range of recognised personality disorders. The most prevalent are Borderline Personality Disorder and Antisocial Personality Disorder.

Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is the most common type of personality disorder and manifests as disturbed thinking, impulsive behaviour, and a distinct difficulty with controlling emotions.

Many people with BPD have abandonment issues and tend to have intense but volatile relationships.

Antisocial Personality Disorder
Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) affects people who get frustrated easily, accompanied by an inability to control their anger.

People with APD often blame other people for their personal problems and can behave aggressively or violently. Their behaviour is likely to be upsetting for other people.

Common symptoms
People with a personality disorder often present a range of other mental health issues, such as substance misuse and depression.

How do you assess and treat it?

At SupportRoom, we engage in a short assessment process with each patient. We ask a range of straightforward questions that help us to understand how we can help. Once we understand the nature of your problem, we’ll suggest a therapy designed to treat your symptoms.

Personality disorders are most often treated with talking therapies – where you’ll speak to your therapist to provide essential insight into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. 

Your therapist will listen and – together – you’ll discuss and identify your issues. 

Your therapist may present a selection of strategies that can help resolve your problems, and – in some cases – help you address your attitudes and behaviours.

Can they be 'cured'?

The NHS explains that people with personality disorders can recover over time. With a range of psychological (and sometimes medical) treatments, the symptoms of the condition can be addressed, bringing greater equilibrium to a person’s life.

SupportRoom’s qualified online therapists

SupportRoom connects you with qualified, highly skilled- and experienced therapists using our innovative platform.

Using video- or voice calling, or through our unlimited text messaging service, we offer support when you most need it; 24/7.

SupportRoom supports you

Our online therapists are waiting to help. Just get in touch, and we’ll get the ball rolling.