Effective intereventions for individuals with borderline personality disorder.

King, P 2017, Effective intereventions for individuals with borderline personality disorder., Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Global, Urban and Social Sciences, RMIT University.


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Title Effective intereventions for individuals with borderline personality disorder.
Author(s) King, P
Year 2017
Abstract The research seeks to identify the location, mode of therapeutic intervention and the type of clinician most effective in meeting the treatment needs of individuals diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. It is anticipated that the research will offer a platform to inform further research to work towards evidence based approaches for the therapeutic management of Borderline Personality Disorder.

The research adopts a three-phase approach identifying the location, mode of therapeutic intervention and type of clinician effective in meeting the treatment needs of individuals with BPD. The first phase is the establishment of a stakeholder advisory group comprising 6 to 12 participants. The second phase involved running focus groups comprising mental health professionals and consumer consultants. The third phase was an online survey of mental health professionals with expertise in working with people diagnosed with BPD.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Global, Urban and Social Sciences
Subjects Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
Gender Psychology
Clinical Social Work Practice
Keyword(s) Borderline Personality Disorder
Social Work
Effective Interventions
Mental Health
Trauma Informed
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
BPD
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