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Engaging clients with personality disorder in treatment
Purpose: This paper seeks to highlight the findings from a research project on improving treatment engagement for clients with personality difficulties. Design/methodology/approach: The authors provide an overview of the ...
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 ...
Making your emotions work for you: A pilot brief intervention for alexithymia with personality-disordered offenders
One strategy for reducing premature termination of therapy is to offer pre-therapy preparation. Here, we describe an intervention targeting alexithymia in offenders with personality disorders. 'Making Your Emotions Work ...
A preliminary investigation of services for people with personality disorder in the East Midlands region of England
Aim This paper presents a preliminary investigation of dedicated and specialist personality disorder services in three counties within the East Midlands in England (Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire). We examined ...
Readiness Enhancement Management Strategies (REMS): A proof of concept and evaluation feasibility study of staff training to improve service engagement by people with personality difficulties
One third of people diagnosed with PD do not complete treatment and non-completion is associated with poorer clinical outcomes. Equipping staff to be better able to engage this client group is important, and web-based, ...
Strategies for engaging people with personality disorder in treatment
Around one third of people with personality disorder do not complete treatment. It is important to improve engagement because non-completion of treatment is associated with poorer clinical outcomes. Possible strategies ...