We all develop unique ways of perceiving, relating to and thinking about ourselves and our environment. We call these our personality traits. When these ways of experiencing ourselves and our relationships to others become persistent and inflexible, they often become maladaptive and begin to cause distress to us or the people close to us. It may seem that you are your own worst enemy because you so often unintentionally contribute to your own problems. Recognizing these patterns, sorting them out, and learning healthy and more successful strategies is the goal in treatment of personality disorders.
The Atrium at Allenway
315 South Allen Street, Suite 218
State College, PA 16801
Phone: (814) 234-3010 Fax: (814) 234-2170