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Mindfulness for Borderline Personality Disorder: Relieve Your Suffering Using the Core Skill of Dialectical Behavior Therapy Paperback – May 1, 2013
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About the Author
Blaise Aguirre, MD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is expert in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and psychopharmacology. He is the medical director of 3East at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital. Aguirre has been a staff psychiatrist at McLean since 2000 and is widely recognized for his extensive work in the treatment of mood and personality disorders in adolescents. He is the author of Parenting Your Child with Autism; Biographies of Disease: Depression; Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents; and Helping Your Troubled Teen.
Gillian Galen, PsyD, is an instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School. She is the assistant director of training and senior psychologist at 3East at the Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital―a unique, residential DBT program for young women exhibiting self-endangering behaviors and borderline personality traits. She specializes in adolescent psychotherapy, including DBT. She has a particular interest in using mindfulness and yoga in the treatment of BPD and other psychiatric illnesses. Galen has been a registered yoga instructor since 2008.
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Four chapters into this book and my life is transformed. This book explained it in ways that made it so easy to take on. The writing is non-confrontational, not accusatory, absolutely reassuring, and explanatory.
I was diagnosed with BPD years ago and it was a relief. Then I took on the task of researching the diagnosis and that was horrific. When I read there was no cure I felt helpless. Remission is achievable by taking control and teaching your brain to work the way you want it to. I first started with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and something was missing. Moved on to Dialectical Behavior Therapy and thought ......WHAT is "Mindfulness"??
I think I found this book at the exact right time. After three years of Internet study into both DBT and CBT, countless hours of poring over worksheets online, and looking up Mindfulness, and actually Practicing Mindfulness, this book opened my eyes. Instead of just practicing Mindfulness I'm successfully actuating Mindfulness.
The price is amazing. The book is amazing. I'm not kidding when I say that I am a different person now than I was when this book showed up on my doorstep. I am more peaceful, calm, accepting, and in control of myself. This book does wonders for the mind. It explains WHY seemingly unrelated tasks can help by explaining chemicals and synapses and brain functions.
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