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OBJECTIVES To determine the effects of a brief psychological intervention (brief psychodynamic interpersonal therapy) for patients after deliberate self poisoning compared with usual treatment. To compare the impact of the active intervention and usual treatment on patients' satisfaction with care. DESIGN Randomised controlled trial. PARTICIPANTS 119(More)
BACKGROUND We found that brief psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy was more helpful than usual care in deliberate self-poisoning patients, and resulted in reduced suicidal ideation and repetition of self-harm in the 6 months post-treatment. Here, we explore which baseline factors predicted outcome following treatment. METHOD Patients presenting to an(More)
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