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Hollon: Candidates for CBT.

Posted by Dinah on January 23, 2003, at 10:05:03

You said in your grand rounds presentation that people with obsessive compulsive *personality* disorder were at an advantage in CBT effectiveness. That makes perfect sense when you think about it.

The sound was poor, but I think you implied that people with borderline personality disorder were poor candidates?

What temperamental characteristics make for a good or bad "fit" to CBT?

How about the MMPI? Are there profiles that reveal a good or bad match to this particular therapy?






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