Positive Social Experiences In Treating Schizotypal Personality Disorder: Research Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… As previously mentioned, individuals with SPD are likely to enter remission over time. Research found that many individuals with SPD are found to have low self-esteem when it comes to identifying if they have status and wealth and successful intimate relationships (Ullrich et al., 2007). As Schizotypal Personality Disorder tends to first appear in children and adolescences, there is a good chance for SPD going into remission if situations are changed. Children and adolescents with Schizotypal Personality Disorder were found to improve when they were taken out of a negative environment and experienced positive achievement experiences and positive interpersonal relationships (Chemerinski, et al., 2013). Additionally, marriage and other positive social circumstance and role changes can also cause SPD to enter remissions (Raine, 2006). However, there is not a lot of in-depth research that explores changing a person’s social status and increasing positive experiences while reducing negative as a significant way of putting Schizotypal Personality Disorder into …show more content…
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