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MBTMasai Barefoot Technology
MBTMain Battle Tank
MBTMinimum (Spark Advance For) Best Torque
MBTMet Betrekking Tot (Dutch)
MBTMechanical Biological Treatment (waste treatment)
MBTMasai Barfuss Technologie (French: Masai Barefoot Technology; footwear; various locations)
MBTMentalization-Based Therapy (psychotherapy)
MBTMichigan Business Tax
MBTMedia Based Training
MBTManufacturing Business Technology
MBTMercaptobenzothiazole
MBTMount Baker Theatre (Bellingham, WA)
MBTModel-Based Testing (Workshop)
MBTMeticulously Built Trigger (weapons)
MBTMycobacterium Tuberculosis (also seen as MTB)
MBTMatchbox Twenty
MBTMahindra British Telecom (Pune, India)
MBTMarijuana Business Tax (California)
MBTMain Boundary Thrust
MBTMaster of Business Taxation
MBTMidblastula Transition
MBTMid Blastula Transition
MBTMetropolitan Bank Trust (Philippines)
MBTMain Ballast Tank
MBTMechanical Bathythermograph
MBTModified Business Tax (Nevada)
MBTMolecular Biological Tool
MBTManhattan Beach Toyota (Manhattan Beach, CA)
MBTMaster of Business and Technology (University of New South Wales, Australian Graduate School of Management)
MBTMethylene Blue Test (measure of cation exchange capacity)
MBTMaximum Brake Torque
MBTManual Bus Transfer
MBTMust Be Tried (criminal law)
MBTMichigan Bell Telephone Company (later part of AMERITECH, now SBC)
MBTMjolnir Battle Tactics (gaming group, Halo 3)
MBTMemory Block Table
MBTMain Bus Transfer
MBTMountain Bluebird Trails, Inc (Eureka, MT)
MBTMarine Band Transceiver
MBTMeyers-Briggs Testing
MBTMotor Burning Time
MBTMicro Business Team Ltd. (UK)
MBTMuseum of Bus Transportation (Hershey, PA)
MBTMotivated By Theory
MBTMultilevel Block Toeplitz Structure
MBTmultiple body trauma
MBTMean Brake Torque (automotive)
MBTMonitoring Burn-In Tester
MBTMotion Base Technologies (TARDEC team)
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Treatment evidence is relatively limited, but there is some evidence to support use of cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and mentalization-based therapy. Regardless, work will likely be long term and at times intensive in addressing the problems leading to self-harm behavior.
He also provides an integrated treatment approach that, though grounded in basic psychodynamic principles, uses treatment techniques from mentalization-based therapy, transference-focused therapy, emotion-focused therapy, marital communication skills training, and mindfulness/acceptance.
The mainstay treatment of BPD is an evidence-based psychotherapy, such as dialectical behavioral therapy transference focused psychotherapy, mentalization-based therapy, or good psychiatric management.
The authors identified that dialectical behaviour therapy had been studied the most comprehensively followed by mentalization-based therapy, transference-focussed therapy, schema-focussed therapy and STEPPS.
Several forms of psychotherapy have proven effective in managing symptoms and improving overall functioning in patients with borderline PD, including dialectical behavioral therapy, mentalization-based therapy, transference-focused therapy, and schema therapy.
This second edition contains more material on the cognitive-behavioral therapy debate, psychoanalysis and the National Health Service, dreaming and attachment theory, and mentalization-based therapy and infants.
Psychotherapies that are effective in treating borderline personality disorder include dialectical behavior therapy, mentalization-based therapy, transference-focused psychotherapy, schema-focused therapy, supportive psychotherapy, systems training for emotional predictability and problem solving, and general psychiatric management with dynamically oriented therapy.
Child and adolescent psychologists and psychotherapists describe mentalization-based therapy for children as an approach to working with children therapeutically in a time-limited way.
Drawing on object relations theory, attachment theory, neurobiology research, and Keogh's study on whether the capacity for attachment differentiates offenders from non-offenders and predicts type of offense, he stresses exploring their internal world as central to risk assessment and treatment by mentalization-based therapy. Includes case histories.