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Eating disturbance and severe personality disorder: Outcome of specialist treatment for severe personality disorder
Objective: To assess the outcome for patients receiving specialist democratic therapeutic community treatment for personality disorder (PD) when they also have eating disturbance. Method: Prospective, naturalistic study. ...
Impulsivity and self-damaging behaviour in severe personality disorder: The impact of democratic therapeutic community treatment
Impulsivity is a defining characteristic of borderline and antisocial personality disorders (PD) and may contribute to the difficulty of providing successful treatment for this client group. Comparisons were made within ...
A cross-sectional snapshot of therapeutic community client members
This paper describes some of the characteristic of 242 client members of 19 therapeutic communities in England and Scotland. On the first day of data collection of a research project evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic ...
Histories of trauma in client members of therapeutic communities
This paper presents further data from the ATC/NLCB Therapeutic Communities Research Project, based on findings from the 306 social histories collected as part of this project. The project focused on people with personality ...
Who comes into therapeutic communities? A description of the characteristics of a sequential sample of client members admitted to 17 therapeutic communities
This paper describes characteristics of 313 client members of 17 therapeutic communities (TCs) in England and Scotland. These data were collected in a research project evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic communities ...