Treating Alcohol and Drug Problems in Psychotherapy Practice: Doing what Works
(Producer) Dr. Linehan begins by presenting clinically relevant features of BPD based on DSM-IV criteria and describes the underlying causes of the disorder with an emphasis on biosocial factors. She then traces the development of her approach. Segments of actual case sessions (with patients' identities protected) illustrate the nature of the disorder and the intense emotional discomfort these clients suffer. They also offer viewers a brief introduction to strategies Dr. Linehan uses to engage the client in the first interview.
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Nature Course and Diagnosis of Substance
Pharmacology and Overview
Considerations in Addressing Concurrent
The Role of Medications
Individualized Goal Setting
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