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Spécificités, visées et apports de la thérapie comportementale dialectique (TCD) dans le cadre de la prise en charge du trouble de la personnalité borderline (TPB)

Abstract : Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is still relatively unknown in France, and does not benefit sufficiently from psychotherapeutic interventions that are adapted to the nuances and particular needs of those who suffer from it. In the 1980s, Marsha Linehan developed Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in the United States to help them, especially when they exhibit self-injurious behavior (suicidal tendencies, self-mutilations, etc.). This method of treatment, validated empirically, is firmly in line with the third wave of cognitive-behavioral therapies, which focuses on a mindfuless approach and the principle of acceptance of reality, while integrating some elements from positive psychology. The guiding principles of the TCD are also inspired by Buddhist philosophical considerations, advocating a dialectical approach. This article aims to review the fundamentals and guiding principles of the TCD and to specify its grouping arrangements. We will describe more specifically the aims of the TCD and the content of the different training modules with psychosocial skills at the heart of the program.
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Manon Beaudoin, Colette Aguerre. Spécificités, visées et apports de la thérapie comportementale dialectique (TCD) dans le cadre de la prise en charge du trouble de la personnalité borderline (TPB). Psychiatrie, Sciences humaines, Neurosciences, 2018, 16 (2), pp.25-41. ⟨hal-03283610⟩

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