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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' ...
Development of a self-report measure of social functioning for forensic inpatients
Despite increasing interest in the measurement of social functioning in people with personality disorder, there are currently no social functioning measures specifically for forensic or other inpatients with a diagnosis ...
An attachment-based model of therapeutic change processes in the treatment of personality disorder among male forensic inpatients
Purpose: This study explores the processes of change during treatment among male forensic inpatients with primary diagnoses of personality disorder. Method: Fifty patients in a high secure personality disorder treatment ...