Personality issues generally develop during adolescence or early adulthood, resulting in rigid and at times ‘abnormal’ (antisocial, asocial or psychotic) patterns of thinking, behaviour and activities. Personality issues can be influenced by a combination of genetic makeup as well as traumatic life experiences.
Personality disorders can affect a person’s functioning at work and home, preventing them from successfully communicating, problem-solving, forming meaningful relationships and living a fulfilled life. Our Clinical and Neuropsychological Assessments can identify underlying personality issues to help you understand yourself better and work towards achieving the life you desire.
Our trained team can help you to identify and help manage the following PDs: