Sarah Mitchard

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An important distinguishing feature of one group of personality disorders is the wish of the sufferer to seek treatment. For another group this wish is rarely entertained. Although there is some variation between different types of personality disorder the wish to change is not confined to any one diagnostic category. A useful subclassification of(More)
BACKGROUND The principles of a psychological intervention for psychiatric disorders, nidotherapy, are described following its use in the treatment of patients with severe mental illness, most of whom also have personality disorders. Nidotherapy is the collaborative systematic assessment and modification of the environment to minimise the impact of any form(More)
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