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Long-term patterns of skewed thoughts, unhealthy emotions, and unproductive behaviors may be symptomatic of a person who is struggling with a personality disorder. There are various types of personality disorders, some of which include paranoid, schizoid, antisocial, borderline, narcissistic, avoidant, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Although there is a wide range of specific personality disorder traits, they all impact instability, uncertainty, and uncontrollable emotional responses that contribute to mood issues, relationship problems, and poor communication. Seeking professional support to help understand and navigate how to live with a personality disorder is essential to functioning in everyday life.

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Emily Schaffer


Emily Schaffer approaches patients who struggle with daily functioning and productivity due to mental health complications from ADD and/or ADHD with compassion and knowledge. She understands that when attention issues are either undiagnosed or untreated, individuals may experience negative side-effects with their communication, relationships, school work, careers, and general connectability to others. Emily is a licensed and board-certified physician assistant who is skilled at developing appropriate and individualized treatment plans for clients who are looking to gain methods and techniques that can help them improve their focus, attention, and behaviors.

Rebecca Gilfillan


Rebecca Gilfillan specializes in treating mental health disorders and psychiatric conditions in her patients who are seeking therapeutic guidance and medication to manage disruptions in their lives. Dr. Gilfillan aspires to help clients who suffer from bipolar disorder to develop accountability, self awareness, and the drive to make positive and efficient changes to their mood, behaviors, and daily life. She focuses on the importance of using both holistic and clinical practices to teach her patients how to manage their bipolar disorder and instabilities in order to develop meaningful relationships, healthy decisions, and lead fulfilling lives.