Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of ten personality disorders; part of what is referred to as a Cluster A Personality Disorder. A Personality Disorder is not the same as normal personality theory in that with a disorder it is assumed that the person's life is negatively affected. The development of BPD is caused by: 1) Intrusive Experiences (recurrent, active injury like being beat up or sexually molested) and 2) Traumatic Neglect (the absence of holding, loving, and touching as a child). There are several subtypes of Borderline Personality Disorder found in people who have BPD. They are identified as Schizotypal; Affective Instability; Rejection Sensitivity; and Angry/Impulsive. While some symptoms may be shared with other disorders, it is imperative that a diagnosis is made by an experienced and licensed professional, since the wrong treatment can be harmful.
Panel: Russ Letica, David Little Eagle and Nell Cole.
Guest: Dr. Nadine Vaughan who is an Independent Filmmaking: Script writing, Producing, Directing, and Casting. In additions she specializes inForensic Profiling & Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress
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