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Re: DBT-NY Times article

Posted by Ilene on July 14, 2004, at 17:51:37

In reply to DBT-NY Times article, posted by thistlethorn on July 14, 2004, at 8:37:02

I really liked this article, even though I have no experience with DBT. There was little input from patients, which I thought was odd. Also, the documented success has been in keeping patients alive and out of the hospital. The article even says, "Nor is it clear from the studies how much better people who receive the therapy actually feel, day to day, once the treatment has ended."

So, how effective is DBT for people with ordinary depression or anxiety, who aren't self-injurers or constantly suicidal?




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