Emotion Regulation Abilities and quality of object relations among psychiatric outpatients
John S. Ogrodniczuk, Ph.D., David Kealy, M.S.W., and Gail Howell-Jones, Ph.D. – Vancouver
How people regulate emotions affects their relationships, well-being, and stress. Individuals differ in their ability to regulate emotions – some choosing more mature and successful strategies than others. This study will examine whether emotion regulation abilities are associated with the quality of interpersonal relationships among patients attending a psychiatric outpatient clinic.