Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is estimated to effect between 1.6% and 5.9% of the U.S. population. BPD is characterized by a difficulty in regulating emotions, often leading to: impulsivity, feelings of instability, severe mood swings, reduced self-image and unstable relationships.
Mind Springs Health offers several effective treatment methods for those who are suffering from mild to severe Borderline Personality Disorder including: Counseling & Therapy for BPD, Hospitalization for BPD and Ongoing Resources to Manage BPD.
We have Therapy Offices that provide counseling and therapy for BPD across the western slope of Colorado. Our therapists specialize in Evidence-Based Practices, meaning the treatment you or a loved one will receive has been proven to be effective. Find out which of our Therapy Offices is closest to you and call us to schedule a consultation now.
We also offer secure and confidential teleHealth services, allowing you to video chat our therapists from the comfort of any of our therapy offices. TeleHealth provides access to our full network of providers, ensuring you or your loved one are receiving the very best care from a therapist with expertise on BPD and the selected treatment methods.
West Springs Hospital provides 24/7/365 care for those experiencing extreme symptoms of BPD, causing them to be a danger to themselves or others. West Springs Hospital takes both voluntary admissions and involuntary holds.
If you are currently experiencing extreme symptoms of BPD, contemplating suicide or self-harm, or undergoing any other crisis, please call our 24/7/365 Crisis Line immediately at (888) 207-4004.
At Mind Springs Health and West Springs Hospital, we know that community involvement fosters healthy relationships and happy people. That’s why we’ve created a network of resources within our community for individuals living with BPD.
One-on-One Peer Support: Mind Springs Health offers a Peer Support program for those living with BPD. Mind Springs Health’s peers have been diagnosed with BPD and have learned to effectively manage and thrive with their illness. Learn more about the Peer Support program and how it can help you or a loved one with BPD.
Family Services: BPD effects the person diagnosed with the mental illness as well as their family. We offer support groups and resources for families of those recovering from BPD. Learn how family services can help you today.
Job Assistance: Securing and maintaining a job while learning to cope with BPD can feel overwhelming. Learn about our job assistance services and how we help those coping with mental illness find a steady career.