Paranoid personality disorder is one of the more prevalent personality disorders
but not commonly encountered in clinical settings.
• Paranoid personality disorder is a predictor of disability and is associated with
violence and criminal behavior.
• There are no Food and Drug Administration-approved medications for paranoid
personality disorder.
• Cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychodynamic therapy have been shown to
be effective treatment modalities

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