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Family / caregivers of people with Personality Disorder have mental health problems, such as symptoms of anxiety, depression and diffuse somatic problems that in many cases have a psychosomatic origin.

Sometimes these problems are mediated by dysfunctional thoughts when controlling the characteristics of the caregiver and the situation of the caregiver. These beliefs can affect coping styles, establishing guidelines that prevent the search for solutions and increasing health risk.

For some authors, the overload or the subjective perception of the situation, of the resources, possibilities and deficiencies, is a determining factor in discomfort and stress.

For all the above, it is necessary to carry out this workshop within the association, in order to provide family members with psychological and social resources to cope with stress, improve their psychological health and prevent future pathologies.

Lastly, it should be noted that by improving the psychological and social well-being of the family member / caregiver we will be influencing the well-being of the rest of the family and of the person diagnosed with PD.


  • Reduce an adverse family atmosphere, improving the interactions between family member and person diagnosed with PD, and the rest of the family members.

  • Reduce expressions of guilt, anguish and fear, favoring the expression of feelings in the family nucleus.

  • Provide relaxation techniques and other effective psychological techniques for good stress management.

  • Learn self-care strategies.

  • Reduce caregiver burden and improve your mental health.

  • Provide emotional and educational support.

  • Provide psychological and social resources.

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