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29 Questions to Ask When Selecting a New Therapist for Borderline Personality Disorder

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Finding a new therapist can be a complicated, often-overwhelming process for anyone. It’s hard to know what to expect, and it’s almost impossible to know if a therapist will be a good match until you meet with them.

However, people who live with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can have an especially difficult time finding a clinician who is a good fit and willing to work with them.

Because of the stigma associated with this specific mental health condition, many therapists are unwilling to work with clients with BPD.

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