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Supervised team management, with or without structured psychotherapy, in heavy users of a mental health service with borderline personality disorder: a two-year follow-up preliminary randomized study.

著者 Amianto F , Ferrero A , Pierò A , Cairo E , Rocca G , Simonelli B , Fassina S , Abbate-Daga G , Fassino S
BMC Psychiatry.2011 ; 11():181.
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Neurosciences Department, Psychiatry Section, University of Torino, Turin, Italy.

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Individuals affected by severe Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are often heavy users of Mental Health Services (MHS). Short-term treatments currently used in BPD therapy are useful to target disruptive behaviors but they are less effective in reducing heavy MHS use. Therefore, alternative short-term treatments, less complex than long-term psychodynamic psychotherapies but specifically oriented to BPD core problems, need to be developed to reduce MHS overuse. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of adding Sequential Brief Adlerian Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (SB-APP) to Supervised Team Management (STM) in BPD treatment compared to STM alone in a naturalistic group of heavy MHS users with BPD. Effectiveness was evaluated 6 times along a two-year follow-up.
PMID: 22103890 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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