Utah Residential BPD Recovery Holistic Wellness Treatment Program Launched

A newly updated service has been launched by Utah Addiction Centers for those dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder as well as Dissociative Identity Disorder. They provide holistic residential treatment and are known for excellent results.

Utah Addiction Centers has launched an updated service for individuals dealing with borderline personality disorder and dissociative identity disorder. Patients requiring dual diagnosis recovery programs will also benefit from residential services using state-of-the-art practices.


More information can be found at: https://utahaddictioncenters.com


The residential rehab setting offers a range of cutting-edge features. These include medical, equine, as well as evidence-based therapeutic interventions.


Families can get in touch knowing that the team has an excellent success rate with its programs. They can help patients to learn how to overcome their BPD issues after attending their inpatient borderline personality treatment center.


BPD is a mental illness characterized by a long-term pattern of unstable relationships. Other symptoms include a distorted sense of self, strong emotional reactions, and a propensity for self harm.


Dissociative Identity Disorder is thought to be caused by many factors, including severe trauma in the early years of life. It produces a lack of connection in someone’s thoughts, feelings and actions, and can be characterized by two or more split personalities.


Research shows that 10% of individuals suffering from BDP die from suicide, so getting help to overcome the condition is important. BDP is typically treated with therapy like cognitive behavioral treatment.


A range of signs and symptoms can point to an individual having BPD. These include a markedly disturbed awareness of identity, impulsive behaviors, sustained abuse, reckless driving, and anxiety. The most distinguishable signs are indicated by sensitivity to minor rejection.


Those who suffer from BPD are also especially sensitive to feelings of rejection, criticism, and isolation. The use of drugs and alcohol aggravate some of the most hazardous symptoms of BPD, and research shows that those with BPD are more likely to turn to substance use to numb their symptoms.


Utah Addiction Centers states: “Treatment is personalized to the individual’s specific needs and consists of emotional, physical and spiritual healing. This holistic approach quickly empowers them with essential knowledge, support and tools to maintain a positive and healthy life. When suffering from underlying mental health or behavioral problems, healing starts from within.”


Full details can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch at: https://goo.gl/maps/Wd9qQpoZeBTe7m499

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