Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms and Treatment Seeking Over the Past 12 Months: An Investigation Using the National Comorbidity Survey–Replication (NCS-R)
J Clin Psychiatry 2013;74(10):1026-1028 [letter]
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To the Editor: Borderline personality disorder is associated with elevated health care utilization. However, the degree to which those with borderline personality disorder access mental health care or alternative treatment is unclear. Currently, only limited research on treatment seeking in borderline personality disorder in an epidemiologic sample has been completed, which compared treatment seeking in borderline personality disorder to that in other personality disorders and found no significant differences.