March 2013 — Looking for Evidence that Therapy Works
The New York Times. Studies suggest surprisingly few patients receive evidence-based and effective treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and family-based treatment.
June 2012 — Psychiatry award honors Linehan
Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Marsha Linehan was selected to receive the 2012 Joan and Stanford Alexander Award in Psychiatry for significant contributions in research, education, and clinical or community service.
January 2012 - Dept of Psychology award honors Linehan
Congratulations to Dr. Marsha Linehan for being the 2011 Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award Trust Recipient at the University of Washington.
July 2011 - Therapist a help to Marshall
Chicago Tribune. Brandon Marshall, wide receiver for the Chicago Bears, thanks Dr. Marsha Linehan for developing DBT.
July 2011 - Bill would require suicide-risk training for mental-health providers
The Seattle Times. A new bill from the state House will require mental-health providers to attend six hours of suicide-risk training every six years.
July 2011 - A Therapy that Helps to Rebuild Broken Lives
An Irish Times article discusses the adoption of DBT as an effective treatment for patients with self-harm tendencies.
July 2011 - Getting Out Of Hell: A Suicide-Prevention Therapy That Saved My Life
In The Hartford Courant, a former DBT client shares what it was like to hear Dr. Marsha Linehan publicly talk about her own past for the first time.
July 2011 - Mental Illness: When A Therapist 'Comes Out'
Dr. Harold Koplewicz recounts Dr. Marsha Linehan's personal story for The Huffington Post.
July 2011 - Reassessing Anonymity In 12-Step Programs
Dr. Marsha Linehan comments on the value of anonymity in 12-step programs on NPR: Talk of the Nation.
June 2011 - An Introduction to Dr. Marsha Linehan
Read the introducton that Martin Bohus, MD, gave Dr. Marsha Linehan at The Institute of Living on July 17, 2011 when she publicly shared her personal story. Provided by the NEA for BPD.
June 2011 - The Road To Recovery: Marsha Linehan's Inspiring Example
Allen Francis, MD, writes about Dr. Marsha Linehan's story for the Psychiatric Times.
June 2011 - Expert on Mental Illness Reveals Her Own Fight
Benedict Carey from The New York Times writes about Dr. Marsha Linehan's personal story.
November 2010 - Science and Service Awards
Congratulations to InterAct of Michigan, Inc for receiving the 2010SAMHSA Co-Occurring Disorders Science and Service Award.
September 2010 - The Forgotten Patients
An article on Forbes discusses the fear surrounding suicidal patients in the mental health industry and how some researchers are trying to fix that.
February 2010 - Teen Moodiness, or Borderline Personality Disorder?
Behavioral Tech trainer Dr. Alec Miller responds to questions about borderline personality disorder in teenagers for The New York Times.
April 2009 - Fostering Lives worth living
Monitor of Psychology covers Dr. Marsha Linehan's years of work with suicidal patients.
January 2009 - The Mystery of Borderline Personality Disorder
Time Magazine explores what it means to have BPD.
October 2006 - Making Friends with Reality
In an interview with O, The Oprah Magazine, Dr. Linehan talks about reality acceptance.
August 2005 - Women on the Edge
O, The Oprah Magazine interviews Dr. Marsha Linehan about the women for which she originally developed the treatment.
July 2004 - With Toughness and Caring, a Novel Therapy Helps Tortured Souls
In an interview with the New York Times, Dr. Marsha Linehan talks about DBT and its growing popularity.