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Effectiveness of Interpretive Dynamic Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (IDTAP) in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Ethics approval: University of Salford

Aim of the project/study: Evaluation of Effectiveness of Interpretive Dynamic Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (IDTAP) in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) at clinical and subclinical levels of personality pathology. The study is limited to psychotherapists and clients within the UK.

Participants: Clients/Patients from independent private psychotherapy practices.
Fully qualified UKCP-registered CTA(P) Psychotherapists.

What is involved for participants: Psychotherapists and clients that may be interested in participating can find more information here:
zivkovic.clinic/research-idtap-bpd-uk or contact Ales Zivkovic

How to get involved: More More information is available here:
zivkovic.clinic/research-idtap-bpd-uk or contact Ales Zivkovic

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