Dialectical behaviour therapy in an inpatient unit for women with a learning disability: Service users' perspectives.

@article{Roscoe2016DialecticalBT,
  title={Dialectical behaviour therapy in an inpatient unit for women with a learning disability: Service users' perspectives.},
  author={Paula Roscoe and Michael Petalas and Richard P Hastings and Cathy Thomas},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID},
  year={2016},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={263-80}
}
There is a general lack of self-report data from service users with an intellectual disability (ID) about their views of psychological interventions. This research explored the views and experiences of female inpatients, with a diagnosis of a personality disorder and an ID, about dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). Semi-structured interviews were used with 10 women, recruited from two independent mental health hospitals. The interviews were analysed using interpretative phenomenological… CONTINUE READING
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