Marsha Linehan, PhD, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for Borderline Personality Disorder, an excerpt from a 32 page article published by the author online with permission from The Journal of the NAMI California.The full article: "Borderline Personality Disorder.” (Volume 8, Issue 1) http://dbtselfhelp.com/html/linehan_dbt.html (8.3)
Anne K. Reitz, Julia Zimmermann, Roos Hutteman, Jule Specht, & Franz J. Neyer. How Peers Make a Difference: The Role of Peer Groups and Peer Relationships in Personality Development., published in the 2014 Special Edition “Personality Development” of European Journal of Personality (8.22)
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Chapters and Glossary section summaries & links, and a link for the book version of this site, Instinct & Policy: Effective Care and Best Practices for Promoting Health and Preventing Harassment and Discrimination.
Definitions of terms and the resources & therapy techniques from the various sections gathered in one location for convenience with some additional topics and material for background detail not covered elsewhere.