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Dialectical behaviour therapy versus comprehensive validation therapy plus 12-step for the treatment of opioid dependent women meeting criteria for borderline personality disorder.
Construct validity and prevalence rate of borderline personality disorder among Chinese adolescents.
A randomized controlled trial of the Dutch version of systems training for emotional predictability and problem solving for borderline personality disorder.
Observing the increased number of women given the borderline label, Becker worries that borderline personality disorder has become a catch-all label given especially to women when they experience acute sadness, emptiness and emotional reactivity (anger).
Besides being an effective treatment for borderline personality disorder, DBT also gives counselors a conceptual bridge for integrating a developmental counseling perspective with an empirically supported model for treating BPD.
There is only one probably efficacious empirically-validated treatment for a personality disorder, Linehan's dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for individuals with borderline personality disorder (Linehan, 1993a, 1993b).
She has a history of recurrent depressive disorder (currently in remission) and borderline personality disorder.
TFP, meanwhile, was developed by Otto Kemberg, clinical director of The Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and his associates Frank Yeomans and John Clarkin.
Olanzapine may be an effective short-term treatment for patients with borderline personality disorder, according to Dr.
Similarly, Linehan's (1993) biosocial emotional dysregulation theory holds that self-injury in person's diagnosed with borderline personality disorder occurs secondary to a person being highly sensitive and reactive to emotional stimuli, yet having a deficit in emotion regulation skills.
The diagnosis and treatment of such devastating conditions as borderline personality disorder or antisocial personality or even drug dependence would be helped a great deal if any of these tests could, with at least some degree of accuracy, describe the patient's thinking patterns.
Satel, like psychiatrists in general, is hazy on this point, saying that people with borderline personality disorder "sit on the diagnostic border between psychotic and neurotic.

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