Do You Have Difficulty Managing Extreme Emotions in Stressful Situations?
There’s a common misconception that people with personality disorders, like borderline personality disorder or narcissistic personality disorder, will never experience relief from their symptoms – that simply isn’t true.
Our Evidence-Based Approach to Treating Personality Disorders
Our care heavily focuses on both psychodynamic psychotherapy and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) – approaches that are proven to be effective in helping people suffering from personality disorders find a path forward.
We help residents learn and implement the specific skills they need to manage difficult emotions and not act on them in unhealthy, or even dangerous, ways.
Personality disorders impact people from all walks of life – at The Retreat, we specialize in helping those who have not seen satisfactory results from traditional therapeutic programs thrive.
Our DBT offerings are delivered by providers who have received extensive training and have deep experience in DBT.
The Retreat is staffed by highly trained clinicians around-the-clock.
38 hours of group therapy programming is offered every week at The Retreat.
Personality disorders can be complex diagnoses - we equip residents and their families with the knowledge and skills they need for after discharge.
This therapeutic modality has been shown to be effective for both borderline personality disorder and narcissistic personality disorder.
This is an evidence-based approach that is rooted in developmental research.
An evidence-based approach to addressing a variety of personality disorders.
Why choose The Retreat for personality disorder treatment?
Our DBT programming is led by Maria Mouratidis, PsyD, who has extensive formal training and years of experience in delivering DBT to a wide range of audiences. We also offer several other evidence-based modalities, meaning that individuals with personality disorders will find the right therapeutic fit at The Retreat.
And, all of our residential offerings extend to residents of Ruxton House and to those who work with us on an outpatient basis, meaning that clients of The Retreat can continue receiving effective, evidence-based treatment once they’ve moved on from residential care.
Psychologist, The Retreat; Personality Disorder Track Lead, The Retreat; Clinical Director, Comprehensive Outpatient Psychiatric Evaluation ServiceSpecialties:Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Personality Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Substance Use Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury
Psychiatrist, The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt; Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatry ProgramSpecialties:Adult Psychiatry, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Personality Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Sports Psychiatry
Terry Wilpers, ATR-BCArt Therapist, The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt
Holly Slapinski, ACSW, LCSW-CFamily Therapist, The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt
Multimodal psychoanalytic and dialectical behavioral approaches: a case study.
Treatment-Resistant Depression: The Importance of Identifying and Treating Co-occurring Personality Disorders.
The Evolving Concept of a Therapeutic Community.
The Retreat offers residential psychiatric rehabilitation to people experiencing behavioral health issues, including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and co-occurring disorders.