Personality Disorders

We all have a unique way of seeing and operating in the world. Moreover, we tend to operate in patterned ways in relationships. Our “personality” is complex to define from a biological, psychological, and social point of view. Basically, a mixture of genetic tendencies (e.g. temperament) and life experiences shape our social style across our childhood and young adult development. For some, their personality style is not adaptive for a variety of settings and relationships.