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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 ...
Use of psychotropic medication among psychiatric out-patients with personality disorder
Aims and method: This survey was conducted to ascertain the use of psychotropic medication in the treatment of patients with a primary diagnosis of personality disorder within a community mental health team. A sample of ...
Beauty in the eye of the beholder? How high security hospital psychopathically-disordered patients rate their own interpersonal behaviour
As service user involvement, particularly through 'expert patient' schemes, increases for service development and implementation in the UK, we investigated the concordance between how patients with personality disorder ...