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Explosive Patients

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been shown effective with explosive patients with borderline personality disorder, patients with bulimia, and patients with widely swinging and often highly inappropriate moods. In brief, whether genetic or learned, many injured workers lack the capacity for self-soothing (e.g. calming down) when confused, upset or disappointed. Unable to calm, they either …

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or Just Plain Mean

Whether a patient is being mean and inappreciative or irritable due to depression is an important differentiation. Àô What …
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The Last Minute Bail Out

As they proceed toward settlement, an injured worker, at the very last moment, suddenly asks for another opinion, a change …
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Avoidant and Schizoid Patients

Avoidant individuals seek to retreat from the interactions in which they are placed. There are patients who develop a pattern …
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