Lecture – Stepped Care in Personality Disorder Treatment – Study Findings
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Presented by Brin Grenyer, MSc, PhD, MAPS, MAICD, Project Air Strategy for Personality Disorders – Visiting Scholar Series lecture
People with personality disorders are prevalent in emergency and inpatient mental health services. Grenyer reviews a recent cluster randomized controlled trial that examined whether implementing a stepped care model of psychological therapy reduces demand on hospital units by people with personality disorder.
Presentation highlights include:
- Review of how stepped care models fit within a whole of service approach
- Description of how a brief intervention can play a role between acute and long term therapy
- Discussion of cost benefits of a whole of service approach