Lucent's Comprehensive Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment


Your Partner In
BPD Treatment

At Lucent, we understand that Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a complex mental health condition that affects how a person thinks, feels, and relates to others. We recognize the unique challenges individuals with BPD face and are committed to providing compassionate, evidenced based care throughout your treatment experience.


Borderline Personality Disorder is a complex mental health condition characterized by persistent patterns of instability in mood, self-image, behavior, and interpersonal relationships. Individuals with BPD often experience intense emotional distress and struggle with regulating their emotions and behaviors, leading to difficulties in their personal and professional lives.

Intense Emotional Swings

Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder often experience intense and rapid mood swings. These emotional responses can be unpredictable and may fluctuate drastically over a short period. One moment, they might feel extremely happy, and suddenly, they may plunge into profound sadness or anger. These intense emotions can be overwhelming, not just for the individual but also for those around them, impacting relationships and daily functioning.

Fear of Abandonment

A hallmark symptom of BPD is an intense fear of abandonment or rejection. People with BPD may go to great lengths to avoid real or imagined separation or rejection. This fear can lead to frantic efforts to hold onto relationships, which can manifest as clingy behavior, panic, or even anger when they sense a risk of separation or rejection. This fear often stems from a deep-seated insecurity about their self-worth and can significantly disrupt personal relationships.

Unstable Relationships

Relationships of those with BPD are often intense, chaotic, and characterized by a pattern of instability. They may idealize someone at one moment and then suddenly believe that the person does not care enough or is cruel. This ‘black-and-white’ thinking in relationships, also known as splitting, can result in a roller-coaster of emotions and interactions with others, making stable relationships challenging.

Impulsive Behaviors

Impulsivity is a common symptom in BPD, where individuals might engage in risky, potentially self-damaging activities without considering the consequences. These behaviors can include reckless driving, substance abuse, binge eating, or spending sprees. This impulsiveness often arises from a need for immediate gratification or as a coping mechanism for dealing with emotional distress but can lead to harmful long-term consequences.

Self Harm and Suicidal Behavior

ndividuals with BPD may engage in self-harming behaviors as a way to cope with overwhelming emotional pain or to communicate their distress. This can include cutting, burning, hitting oneself, or other forms of self-injury. While these behaviors may provide temporary relief from emotional distress, they pose serious risks to one’s physical and mental well-being.

Self Image

Individuals with BPD may experience a profound sense of emptiness and uncertainty about their self-identity. They may struggle to establish a clear sense of who they are, leading to confusion about their values, goals, and beliefs. This lack of a cohesive identity can contribute to feelings of inner turmoil and alienation from oneself.

Feelings of Emptiness

People with BPD often describe feeling a pervasive sense of emptiness or numbness, as if something essential is missing from their lives. Despite attempts to fill this void through external means such as relationships, substance abuse, or impulsive behaviors, the feeling persists, contributing to ongoing emotional distress and dissatisfaction with life.

Intense Anger

Individuals with BPD may struggle to regulate their emotions, particularly anger, leading to frequent outbursts or episodes of rage. These intense displays of anger may be disproportionate to the situation and can have negative consequences for personal and professional relationships. Despite efforts to control their anger, individuals with BPD may find it challenging to manage their emotions effectively.



At Lucent, our philosophy is centered on treating the individual as a whole, rather than just addressing the presenting symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder. Our comprehensive care approach combines a range of clinical and holistic interventions ensuring clients have the opportunity to improve their emotion regulation skills as well as address the underlying trauma and attachment wounds often found at the root of BPD.


Recognizing that BPD is a complex, long-term condition that requires consistent and dedicated effort, Lucent is committed to being a steadfast partner in your journey towards recovery and wellness. We understand the nuanced challenges BPD presents and provide a wide array of services to support you at every stage. Our goal is to walk alongside you, offering guidance, resources, and compassionate care as you navigate the path to better mental health and a more fulfilling life.


Build momentum for wellbeing with a program that fits into your life.


Navigate the journey together with support and guidance for families.


Develop healthy emotion regulation skills and improve your health.


Engage in transformative work with experienced clinicians.


Coordinate every aspect of your care journey, simplifying the process.


Build an independent, fulfilling life in recovery.

Start Your Path to Recovery with Lucent Recovery and Wellness

Embark on a transformative journey towards sustainable healing at Lucent Recovery Wellness. Our dedicated team, with their deep expertise and compassionate approach, is here to support you every step of the way. Discover a community committed to your recovery and wellness, where personalized care meets proven strategies for managing Borderline Personality Disorder. Connect with us today to begin your journey to a healthier, more fulfilling life.