M.A. Applied Psychology and Professional Mental Health Counseling
College of Science & Mathematics
Mentally ill--Suicidal behavior;Borderline personality disorder--Treatment;Mental health counselors
Psychiatric and Mental Health
This study examines the ethical considerations and ways of treating chronic suicidality in people with Borderline Personality Disorder. A sample of 62 clinicians working in the mental health field was surveyed. As predicted, the degree held by the participant, the type of organization the participant worked for, their occupation/title, type of treatment modality and years of experience were all related to how they responded to the questions on the survey. Unexpectedly, the sex of the participant was also related to how participants responded.
Perry, Megan, "Chronic self-Injury and suicidality in borderline personality disorder and Its treatments" (2010). Theses and Dissertations. 78.