Borderline Personality Treatment
Treatment Plan 

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Borderline 
Personality 
Disorder
Treatment Plan 

SNOMED Terms

  • Atypical depressive disorder

  • Bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive

  • Borderline personality disorder

  • Chronic bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive

  • Depressive disorder

  • Mild bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive

  • Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder

  • Moderate bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive

  • No diagnosis on Axis I

  • Person with feared complaint, no diagnosis made

  • Severe bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive with psychotic features

  • Severe bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive without psychotic features

  • Severe bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive, in partial remission

  • Severe bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive, in remission

  • Single major depressive episode, severe, with psychosis

Goals

  • Develop and demonstrate coping skills to deal with mood swings.

  • Develop the ability to control impulsive behavior.

  • Replace dichotomous thinking with the ability to tolerate ambiguity and complexity in people and issues.

  • Develop and demonstrate anger management skills.

  • Learn and practice interpersonal relationship skills.

  • Terminate self-damaging behaviors (such as substance abuse, reckless driving, sexual acting out, binge eating, or suicidal behaviors).

Behavioral Definitions

  • A minor stress leads to extreme emotional reactivity (anger, anxiety, or depression) that usually lasts from a few hours to a few days.

  • A pattern of intense, chaotic interpersonal relationships.

  • Marked identity disturbance.

  • Impulsive behaviors that are potentially self-damaging.

  • Recurrent suicidal gestures, threats, or self-mutilating behavior.

  • Chronic feelings of emptiness and boredom.

  • Frequent eruptions of intense, inappropriate anger.

  • Easily feels unfairly treated and believes that others can't be trusted.

  • Analyzes most issues in simple terms (e.g., right/wrong, black/white, trustworthy/deceitful) without regard for extenuating circumstances or complex situations.

  • Becomes very anxious with any hint of perceived abandonment in a relationship.

Diagnoses

  • Dysthymic Disorder

  • Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Personality Disorder NOS

  • Diagnosis Deferred

  • No Diagnosis

Let’s Work Together

1 Rideau Street #704

Downtown Ottawa

Tel: 1-613-400-0128

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