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Barriers to and facilitators of treatment engagement for clients with personality disorder: A Delphi survey
Clients with personality disorder (PD) can encounter difficulties engaging in psychosocial therapy. One way to address this is to identify the factors that contribute to their low engagement. The Multifactor Offender ...
Non-completion of personality disorder treatments: A systematic review of correlates, consequences, and interventions
Non-completion of treatment is a major concern in the provision of therapies for people diagnosed with personality disorder, with adverse consequences for services, therapists, and other patients. Of even greater concern ...
Efficacy of psychotherapies for borderline personality disorder - A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Introduction: Psychotherapeutic therapies play an important role in borderline personality disorder (BPD) treatment. Pharmacotherapy can be helpful for some symptom clusters, but overall psychotherapy remains the most ...
An empirical evaluation of reasons for non-completion of treatment in a dangerous and severe personality disorder unit
BACKGROUND: Individuals deemed to be of high risk to others, and diagnosed with severe personality disorders have become the focus for developing clinical services in England. Such services often require highly secure ...
Psychotherapy for people with learning disabilities: Creating possibilities and opportunities. A review of the literature
People with learning disabilities have traditionally been denied access to a range of psychological therapies. Similarly, offenders with learning disabilities, particularly in prison settings, have largely been unable to ...
The views of male forensic inpatients on how treatment for personality disorder works
Although there are now a number of psychological therapies for personality disorder, there has been relatively little research into the processes by which these therapies work. One way to explore this is to seek patients' ...
Vulnerability and protection talk: Systemic therapy process with people with intellectual disability
Background Vulnerability and protection are key concepts within the literature relating to systemic therapy for people with an intellectual disability ((ID)). This paper explores the processes by which these concepts were ...
Cochrane reviews of pharmacological and psychological interventions for antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)
Introduction: ASPD has a prevalence of 2-3% in the general population but rates in prison have been reported as 50% to 75%. ASPD is associated with significant psychiatric and medical comorbidity, high offending rates, ...