Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is easily one of the most misunderstood disorders. There’s a host of reasons for this, and I’ll elaborate on some of them. In the below video, I’ll confront some of the most confusing issues and then present three easily implemented strategies to help you work more efficiently and effectively with your clients with BPD.
Let me give you three important, yet simple, strategies to help you out.
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