An open clinical trial of cognitive therapy for borderline personality disorder.

Abstract

Although borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a major public health concern, psychotherapeutic trials have been limited. The present uncontrolled clinical trial examines whether cognitive therapy for BPD is associated with significant improvement on measures of psychopathology. A total of 32 patients with BPD, who also reported suicide ideation or who… (More)

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@article{Brown2004AnOC, title={An open clinical trial of cognitive therapy for borderline personality disorder.}, author={Gregory K Brown and Cory F. Newman and Sarah E Charlesworth and Paul Crits-Christoph and A. T. Beck}, journal={Journal of personality disorders}, year={2004}, volume={18 3}, pages={257-71} }