Cognitive therapy v. usual treatment for borderline personality disorder: prospective 6-year follow-up.

@article{Davidson2010CognitiveTV,
  title={Cognitive therapy v. usual treatment for borderline personality disorder: prospective 6-year follow-up.},
  author={Kate M. Davidson and Peter Tyrer and John D T Norrie and Stephen J Palmer and Helen Tyrer},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
  year={2010},
  volume={197 6},
  pages={
          456-62
        }
}
BACKGROUND Longer-term follow-up of patients with borderline personality disorder have found favourable clinical outcomes, with long-term reduction in symptoms and diagnosis. AIMS We examined the 6-year outcome of patients with borderline personality disorder who were randomised to 1 year of cognitive-behavioural therapy for personality disorders (CBT-PD) or treatment as usual (TAU) in the BOSCOT trial, in three centres across the UK (trial registration: ISRCTN86177428). METHOD In total… CONTINUE READING
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