Dialectical behavior therapy

What is Dialectical behavior therapy?

Dialectical behavior therapy is a form of psychotherapy that was developed to treat people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) and chronically suicidal individuals.It is now used in a variety of psychological treatments including treatment for traumatic brain injuries (TBI), eating disorders and mood disorders.

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I'm almost 63 and was just told that I have BPD, will
that be harder to treat at my age?

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Can be effectively treated, observing precautions

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hello sir, i myself am a doctor, pursuing md in pediatrics. since a was a child i had this problem of uncontrollable anger which at times...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
History is suggestive of BPD.

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many of the symptoms of BPD explain my life thus far much to my relief and distress, rage triggers, frantic efforts to avoid rejection, paranoia...

doctor1 MD

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Yes these are the BPD symptoms

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