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Monday, August 7, 2017
Perfectionism more important characteristic in mental health problems than most behavioral health professionals recognize
Experts are calling for closer attention to perfectionism's potential destructiveness, adding that clinical guidelines should include perfectionism as a separate factor for suicide risk assessment and intervention. 'There is an urgent need for looking at perfectionism with a person-centered approach as an individual and societal risk factor, when formulating clinical guidelines for suicide risk assessment and intervention, as well as public health approaches to suicide prevention,' says one researcher.
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In Schema therapy this schema is called "unrelenting standards."
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