Acta Scientific Neurology

Review Article Volume 3 Issue 1

Borderline Personality Disorder: Treatments and Critique

Khwaish Sharma*

Department of Neurology, India

*Corresponding Author: Khwaish Sharma, Department of Neurology, India.

Received: December 03, 2019; Published: December 13, 2019

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Abstract

   Earlier recognised as a condition where the patient is lying at the border of 2 other disorders, borderline personality disorder affects a considerable amount of the population. Interestingly, a patient can receive the BPD diagnosis in 150 different ways based on various combinations of the criteria needed for the diagnosis of the disorder [28], which makes the clarity needed around diagnosis even more indispensable. This stresses the importance of using well researched and evaluated methods of management which will be discussed in the essay, saving on the lethal consequences on their lives, impact on their support networks and costs of health services. After defining the underlying features of this disorder, the present essay attempts to critique the various forms of treatment which are used to treat the disorder.

Keywords: Borderline Personality; Treatments

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Citation: Khwaish Sharma. "Borderline Personality Disorder: Treatments and Critique".Acta Scientific Neurology 3.1 (2020): 09-14.



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