Art psychotherapy in a consumer diagnosed with borderline personality disorder: a case study.

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This case study reviews 11 sessions of art psychotherapy with a consumer diagnosed with having borderline personality disorder. A consumer who reported difficulty in communicating her lived trauma verbally and engaged in self-harming behaviour was offered individual art therapy sessions following a consultation between an art therapy student and clinical… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1447-0349.2009.00594.x

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@article{Lamont2009ArtPI, title={Art psychotherapy in a consumer diagnosed with borderline personality disorder: a case study.}, author={Scott Lamont and Scott Brunero and Dianne Sutton}, journal={International journal of mental health nursing}, year={2009}, volume={18 3}, pages={164-72} }