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Special Behavioral Therapies made Women more likely to Attempt Suicide

A recent study revealed that nearly half of the women, who received cognitive behavioral therapy for borderline personality disorder// attempted for suicide.

Women given cognitive behavioral therapy were more likely to attempt suicide than women who were treated by expert therapists - said Marsha Linehan, lead author of the study.

In addition, the women who received the treatment called dialectical behavior therapy also were less likely to go to an emergency room for suicidal behavior or to be hospitalized for psychiatric reasons, said Marsha Linehan, lead author of a new study appearing in today's issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry. None of the women in the study who attempted suicide were successful during the one-year study and a one-year follow-up.

Women who received the therapy also were significantly less likely to switch therapists or drop out of treatment, said Linehan, a University of Washington psychology professor who directs the UW's Behavioral Research and Training Clinics. This is the seventh randomized controlled study conducted at the UW and elsewhere to show that dialectical behavior therapy, which balances change and acceptance, is the most effective treatment for borderline personality disorder. The treatment was developed at the University of Washington.

The study is the first in a series to identify specific elements of the treatment that make it so effective in dealing with patients who have borderline personality disorder, which is notoriously difficult to treat. The new research was designed to determine whether treatment was successful because of the skill of therapists or because of the treatment itself.

'The importance of the study is that is shows a very specific treatment, dialectical behavior therapy, was very effective in treating people with borderline personality disorder, and this therapy is uniquely effective in treating suicidal behavior. We cut the number of suicide atte
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