How one specialist personality disorder unit stopped using restraints and restrictions
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How one specialist personality disorder unit stopped using restraints and restrictions

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

Nurses in one inpatient recovery unit use dialectical behavioural therapy, where people with personality disorder learn new skills to manage their intense emotions

When patients first come to Springbank they are given a welcome pack, the key to their room, an introduction to their core team – and they meet the ward manager.

Mental Health Practice. 24, 5, 9-11. doi: 10.7748/mhp.24.5.9.s3

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