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Psycho-education with problem solving (PEPS) therapy for adults with personality disorder: A pragmatic multi-site community-based randomised clinical trial
BACKGROUND: Impairment in social functioning is a key component of personality disorder. Therefore psycho-education and problem solving (PEPS) therapy may benefit people with this disorder. Psycho-education aims to educate, ...
Engagement in a medium secure personality disorder service: A comparative study of psychological functioning and offending outcomes
Background Specialist treatment programmes for personality disordered offenders suffer from high rates of non-completion. This has important consequences for service providers and individual patients. Method Data from ...
Staff and patient's perceptions of each other's interpersonal style: Relationship with severity of personality disorder
Extreme and varied reactions are often encountered when working with patients with personality disorders. Similarly, patients with personality disorder may also hold polarised opinions of the staff involved in their ...
Controlling angry aggression: A pilot group intervention with personality disordered offenders
Describes the progress of 4 male, legally-detained personality disordered offenders (aged 19-42 yrs) in a group treatment program for angry aggression. "Controlling angry aggression" is a 15-session, structured, ...