Treating co-occurring first-episode psychosis and borderline personality: a pilot randomized controlled trial.

@article{Gleeson2012TreatingCF,
  title={Treating co-occurring first-episode psychosis and borderline personality: a pilot randomized controlled trial.},
  author={John Gleeson and Andrew M Chanen and Susan Maree Cotton and Tracey Pearce and Belinda Newman and Louise K McCutcheon},
  journal={Early intervention in psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={21-9}
}
AIM First-episode psychosis and borderline personality disorder are severe mental disorders that have their onset in youth. Their co-occurrence is clinically well recognized, is associated with significant risks and is complex to treat. Yet, there is no published specific intervention for this problem. This study reports a pilot randomized controlled trial comparing combined specialist first-episode treatment plus specialist early intervention for borderline personality, entitled Helping Young… CONTINUE READING
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