Drug modulated EMDR treatment for borderline personality disorder

Description

From my clinical work over the past 4 years a case series of 15 women patients, all detained in a secure hospital for periods of up to 30 years discharged after EMDR therapy. Some cases discussed in depth, others factor analysed as case series. Drug modulation permitted intensive therapy. The factors of complex stress disorder are beeing discussed and its simlarity to borderline personality disorder. The effects of long term instititutionalisation after detention in security. The responsible clinician as ‘‘goaler and therapist’’ as well as therapeutic pitfalls are being explored. The psychopathology of the flashback is contrasted with the psychpathology of the alter (dissociative identity). Prognostic factors and outcomes are being presented. The implications for personality disorder as a diagnosis contrasted with complex PTSD will be evaluated.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

G. Connell-Jones

Original Work Citation

Connell-Jones, G. (2011). Drug modulated EMDR treatment for borderline personality disorder. Presentation at the 12th European Conference on Traumatic Stress (ECOTS), Vienna, Austria

Collection

Citation

“Drug modulated EMDR treatment for borderline personality disorder,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 3, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/21322.

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