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Clients’ experiences of treatment and recovery in borderline personality disorder

The meta-synthesis identified 10 themes, grouped into 3 domains. The first domain, “Areas of change,” suggests that clients make changes in four main areas: developing self-acceptance and self-confidence; controlling difficult thoughts and emotions; practising new ways of relating to others; and implementing practical changes and developing hope. The second domain, “Helpful and unhelpful treatment characteristics,” highlights treatment elements that either supported or hindered recovery: safety and containment; being cared for and respected; not being an equal partner in treatment; and focusing on change. The third domain, “The nature of change,” refers to clients’ experience of change as an open-ended journey and a series of achievements and setbacks.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10503307.2016.1277040

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