Volume 2 Issue 2

Review Article
May 24, 2021

Historical Review of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: An Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder

Horacio Balam Álvarez García*

Borderline personality disorder represents one of the most difficult personality disorders to carry due to constant changes in the patient. Due to this difficulty, evidence- based interventions have had problems in developing specific intervention protocols that help the patient to develop day-to-day skills. Under this premise, this article aims to address emotional deregulation as the main feature of borderline personality disorder. Through various studies, the perspective of risk behaviors as regulatory components will be sought. Correlations with contextual models will be presented and future directions will be presented for future interventions.