Occupational therapy for borderline personality disorder?
January 23, 2015 11:53 AM   Subscribe

Do you have any resources (ideally online) where I can find info on the role of the occupational therapist (OT) with day hospital patients with borderline personality disorder? Benefit points for anything about interventions that have a research/evidence base? (these seem very thin on the ground!) I am also interested in how OT's/mental health staff generally work with BPD/similar within therapeutic communities, any evidence for this and the role of group schema therapy/evidence gained about this approach?
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DBT was originally developed to work with individuals receiving inpatient care for BPD. I'm wondering whether it's possible to integrate some of the DBT skills such as opposite action with OT interventions.
posted by batbat at 8:44 AM on January 24, 2015


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