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Remediation for Treatment-Resistant Borderline Personality Disorder: Manual of Dynamic Deconstructiv

Remediation for Treatment-Resistant Borderline Personality Disorder: Manual of Dynamic Deconstructiv

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    Gregory, R.J. (2012). Remediation for treatment-resistant borderline personality disorder: Manual of dynamic deconstructive psychotherapy. Clinical, Training, and Research Manual of Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy, 1-126.

    Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy (DDP) is a 12-month treatment for borderline personality disorder and other complex behavior problems, such as alcohol or drug dependence, self-harm, eating disorders, and recurrent suicide attempts. DDP combines elements of translational neuroscience, object relations theory, and deconstruction philosophy in an effort to help clients heal from a negative self-image and maladaptive processing of emotionally charged experiences. Neuroscience research suggests that individuals having complex behavior problems deactivate the regions of the brain responsible for verbalizing emotional experiences, attaining a sense of self, and differentiating self from other, and instead activate the regions of the brain contributing to hyperarousal and impulsivity.