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JCP on the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder a Must Read by Chris Allan Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:21am For those that are involved in psychotherapy with clients with borderline personality disorder theApril 2006, Journal of Clinical Psychologyis a must read. The whole journal is devoted to a series of articles by the best in the field including Marsha Linehan, Jeffrey Young, Otto Kernberg, John Clarkin, Aaron Beck and Peter Fonagy to name but a ... Read on »
Morning Question # 8 – Which personality Disorders can’t read other people? by David M. Posted Mon 02 Jul 2012 5:00am Which P ersonality Disorders can’t read other people? None really. The closest would be Schizoid Personality Disorder they can read people they just don’t care for people, any people. They are the classic hermits and loner. I think you are asking about the Autism Spectrum. Autism, Asperger’s and Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS. ... Read on »
Don't read this post about suicide and eating disorders by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:04pm You don't want to read this. This topic freaks you out, brings up your worst fears, and you just can't face it. You know eating disorders can kill. You've heard that anorexia is the deadliest of psychiatric illnesses. And don't forget: bulimia is under-counted because coroners prefer to write: "cardiac arrest" or "electrolyte abnormal ... Read on »
Don't read this post about suicide and eating disorders by Laura Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:13pm You don't want to read this. This topic freaks you out, brings up your worst fears, and you just can't face it. You know eating disorders can kill. You've heard that anorexia is the deadliest of psychiatric illnesses. And don't forget: bulimia is under-counted because coroners prefer to write: "cardiac arrest" or "electrolyte abnormality" ... Read on »
Personality Disorders (13 reads) by relationships .. Posted Wed 17 Jun 2009 7:37pm According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, an estimated 30.8 million American adults experience symptoms of at least one personality disorder. Just what are personality disorders,... http://psychology.about.com/b/2009/06/12/personality-disorders.htm Read on »
When Kids Have Trouble Reading by Tracy Ochester Doctor of Psychology Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 7:22pm As a psychologist who evaluates children with learning difficulties, I often encounter parents who are worried about their child's reading. Sometimes this is due to the presence of a reading disorder, also known as dyslexia. I find that many parents have the mistaken belief that dyslexia means reversing letters and numbers when reading and ... Read on »
ADHD Gene Falls Inside Reading Disabilities Genetic Region by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 02 May 2009 11:24pm ADHD and learning disabilities are often seen alongside each other (many actually label ADHD as a learning disability itself, but most of the medical community considers ADHD a separate entity). Now there is some evidence that ADHD and reading related learning disabilities may be genetically linked: A quick background of genetics: The human ... Read on »
DSM-5 Autistic Spectrum Disorder Disaster By Kim Oakley Should Be Mandatory Reading For The DSM-5 Committees by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Feb 2012 2:36am I have great respect for Kim Oakley  a California mother who has been honestly and courageously documenting her severely autistic son's self-injurious behavior on Youtube, Classic Autism kgaccount's channel ,  for several years.  Within the past year she has also begun  a blog,  Autism, Epilepsy and Self-Injurious Behavior , on which she p ... Read on »
Read all about it! by Disordered Times .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 28 Aug 2010 11:22am Disordered Times has undergone a revival of sorts thanks to Twitter. Check out Disorderednews Daily , which compiles links about eating disorder news from Twitter users and then displays them in a newspaper format. New editions are “printed” every 24 hours. Have a look! If you know of a Twitter user who regularly posts links to news about e ... Read on »