In this topic library devoted to personality disorders we will provide resources regarding diagnosis and treatment guidelines, current research, potential treatment interventions, as well as other valuable and timely information regarding personality disorders.
Stigma In Borderline Personality Disorder & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Compared With Bipolar DisorderArticleMay 11, 2020Internalized stigma is a significant problem for many with mental illness. It wears at self-esteem, tears at self-confidence. It is…
ArticleAugust 24, 2020Introduction Anxiety disorders and depression are ranked as the first- and second-most common mental disorders, respectively. Both are common comorbidities…
11% Of U.K. Consumers With Diagnosed Mental Health Conditions Who Died By Suicide Did Not Receive Recommended TreatmentArticleOctober 5, 2020About 11% of people in England and Wales (the United Kingdom) with a diagnosed mental health disorder who died by…
ArticleAugust 24, 2020
Stigma In Borderline Personality Disorder & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Compared With Bipolar DisorderArticleJune 17, 2020
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