Affiliation: University College London
- Health service use costs by personality disorder following specialist and nonspecialist treatment: a comparative studyMarco Chiesa
Cassel Hospital, Richmond, TW10 7JF, UK
J Pers Disord 16:160-73. 2002..The finding that Major Depression was found to be more significantly associated with higher health service use costs than Borderline Personality Disorder is discussed...
- Psychiatric morbidity and treatment pathway outcomes of patients presenting to specialist NHS psychodynamic psychotherapy services: results from a multi-centre studyMarco Chiesa
Personality Disorder Outreach and Research, The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, Surrey, UK
Psychol Psychother 82:83-98. 2009..The aim of this study was to remedy this by prospectively collecting comprehensive and systematic demographic and clinical information on a large number of patients referred to NHS psychodynamic psychotherapy services...
- The struggle to establish a research culture in the psychotherapy hospital: reflections from the Cassel Hospital experienceMarco Chiesa
Research Unit and Outreach Service, The Cassel Service, Richmond, Surrey
Bull Menninger Clin 73:157-75. 2009....
- Six-year follow-up of three treatment programs to personality disorderMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, UK
J Pers Disord 20:493-509. 2006..Whilst we used extensive statistical controls, the possibility that the differences found between the groups may be due to population differences cannot be discounted...
- Community-based psychodynamic treatment program for severe personality disorders: clinical description and naturalistic evaluationMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, London
J Psychiatr Pract 15:12-24. 2009..The findings indicate that, at least in terms of impulsive behavior and treatment adherence, the community-based program appears to offer a viable adequate alternative to long-term inpatient admission...
- Prediction of medium-term outcome in cluster B personality disorder following residential and outpatient psychosocial treatmentMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, UK
Psychother Psychosom 76:347-53. 2007..There is a paucity of research concerning the identification of individual characteristics predictive of outcome in the treatment of personality disorders (PDs)...
- Differences in clinical characteristics between patients assessed for NHS specialist psychotherapy and primary care counsellingMarco Chiesa
West London Mental Health Trust and University College London, UK
Psychol Psychother 80:591-603. 2007..The aim of this study is to ascertain if specialist psychotherapy referrals represent a more challenging client group than primary care counselling patients...
- Residential versus community treatment of personality disorders: a comparative study of three treatment programsMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, TW10 7JF, UK
Am J Psychiatry 161:1463-70. 2004....
- When less is more: An exploration of psychoanalytically oriented hospital-based treatment for severe personality disorderMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, Richmond TW10 7JF, UK
Int J Psychoanal 84:637-50. 2003..The authors present the clinical and psychodynamic implications of the study results based on an understanding of the internal and interpersonal mode of functioning of borderline patients...
- Patients' characteristics, outcome and cost-benefit of hospital-based treatment for patients with personality disorder: a comparison of three different programmesMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, London, UK
Psychol Psychother 75:381-92. 2002..These results suggest that referral of personality disorder for in-patient or day hospital treatment is less influenced by severity of problem than had previously been supposed and may depend more on availability of treatment facility...
- Clinical associations of deliberate self-injury and its impact on the outcome of community-based and long-term inpatient treatment for personality disorderMarco Chiesa
Cassel Hospital, West London Mental Health Trust, London, UK
Psychother Psychosom 80:100-9. 2011..There are gaps in our knowledge of DSI as an indicator of severity of psychopathology, as moderator of outcome and with regard to its response to different treatment programs and settings...
- Psychosocial treatment for severe personality disorder. 36-month follow-upMarco Chiesa
Research Unit, The Cassel Hospital, Richmond, UK
Br J Psychiatry 183:356-62. 2003..In a previous report a step-down psychosocial programme for severe personality disorders was found to be more effective at expected termination of treatment than a longer in-patient treatment with no planned after-care...
- The costs and effectiveness of two psychosocial treatment programmes for personality disorder: a controlled studyJennifer Beecham
PSSRU, Cornwallis Building, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NF, UK
Eur Psychiatry 21:102-9. 2006....