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New Study on Telehealth as Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment

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Despite treatment for borderline personality disorder (BPD) being difficult to access, no published study had examined the efficacy and safety of telehealth treatment for borderline personality disorder (BPD).

The current studies that do evaluate telehealth focus on outpatient settings in people without BPD. Given the complexity and intensity of the symptoms (e.g., self-injury, suicidal ideation, rapid fluctuating emotions, impulsivity, frantic efforts to avoid abandonment), efficacy and safety considerations have to be made to best adapt telehealth treatment for people with borderline personality disorder.

These considerations are especially true for partial hospitalization programs, where people with BPD may be at risk for suicidal and

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