BPD - 1 in 10 commit suicide 14 to 20% of inpatients 8 to...

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Borderline  Personality disorder  (BPD)
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BPD Is an Axis II personality disorder characterized  by a pervasive inability to regulate emotions  and control behaviors linked to emotions Intense negative emotions commonly include  depression, anger, self-hatred, and  hopelessness. Often participate in self-harm behaviors, such  as cutting, suicidal thoughts and suicide  attempts
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Criteria for Diagnosis Must meet at least 5 of these 9 Frantic efforts to avoid abandonment Unstable relationships Unstable self-image Impulsivity Recurrent suicidal behavior Mood instability Chronic feelings of emptiness Inappropriate anger Stress-related paranoia
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Prevalence of BPD .2 to 1.8% of the general population A few other statistics 3 in 4 BPD patients hurt themselves
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Unformatted text preview: 1 in 10 commit suicide 14 to 20% of inpatients 8 to 11% of psychiatric outpatients Dysregulated Behavior Emotional Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Self Theories of BPD Biological/Em otional Vulnerability Invalidating Environment Pervasive Emotional Dysregulation BIOSOCIAL THEORY OTTO KERNBERG ADOLPH STERN Characteristics of Invalidating Environments Pathologizes normal experiences Intermittently reinforces escalation of emotional responses and display Oversimplifies solving problems Dialectical Behavior Therapy An empirically-supported treatment designed specifically for individuals with self-harm behaviors Developed by Marsha Linehan in the late 1970s...
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