Schizotypal personality disorder can be a difficult mental health condition to have and can be complicated to treat. People who are diagnosed with schizotypal personality disorder are often withdrawn, can have hallucinations and paranoia and fail to show concern and empathy.
A personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder can be deeply ingrained in one’s behavioral patterns and can be challenging to treat. People with the disorder often abuse substances to self-medicate their symptoms, which can make diagnosis and treatment complicated. If you or a loved one have schizotypal personality disorder, you are not alone. Treatment is available.
Assessing Your Risk of Schizotypal Personality Disorder
Do you think you or a loved one could be living with schizotypal personality disorder? You can take a schizotypal personality disorder self-assessment to begin to get some answers. A quiz is not an official diagnosis as only a medical professional can diagnose personality disorders. These assessments may help you evaluate your symptoms and determine if you should seek treatment.