Author | Lois W. Choi-kain, MD

Articles

Borderline Personality Disorder: Treatment Resistance Reconsidered

November 27, 2017

While treatment of bipolar disorder challenging , the notion that it is treatment resistant is contradicted by longitudinal and treatment research that indicates high rates of remission over time, moderate rates of recovery, and significant response to structured treatments tailored to symptoms.

Borderline Personality Disorder and Resistance to Treatment

July 31, 2009

Historically, borderline patients were considered “help-rejecting complainers.” Clinicians should actively treat both mood/anxiety symptoms and BPD symptoms.