Handbook of Personality Disorders: Theory and Practice
Jeffrey J. Magnavita
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 15, 2004 - Psychology - 550 pages
This comprehensive reference, edited by one of the leading experts in the field, assimilates the newest and most effective treatment techniques for the personality disorders. Each chapter is written by leading scholars in the Cognitive-Behavior, Humanistic and Integrative theoretical models. In addition to a detailed case example in each chapter, additional case studies are integrated and used throughout.
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SECTION TWO CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC TREATMENT MODELS
SECTION THREE BROADENING THE SCOPE OF TREATMENT SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS
SECTION FOUR EXPANDING THE RANGE OF TREATMENT CHILD ADOLESCENT AND ELDERLY MODELS
SECTION FIVE RESEARCH FINDINGS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
adaptations affect aggression American Psychiatric Association analysis anger Antisocial anxiety approach assessment associated Avoidant Personality Disorder Axis Borderline PD borderline personality disorder chronic client clinical clinicians close process cognitive therapy cognitive-behavioral comorbid conceptualization coping countertransference day treatment defensive depression DFST diagnosis Dialectical behavior therapy domains DSM-IV EMDR emotional example experience feelings focus function goal Guilford Press impulsive individual individual’s integration interaction internal interpersonal interventions intrapsychic Jillian Journal Kernberg learning Linehan Magnavita maladaptive memories ment mental Millon Narcissistic outcome outpatient parasuicidal parents pathology patient’s patterns Pedotti personality dysfunction personology problems psychoanalytic psychodynamic psychological psychopathology psychotherapy redecision relational relationship response restructuring schema Schizotypal Schizotypal Personality Disorder self-injurious self-memory sessions skills social sonality specific SSRIs strategies structure substance abuse suicidal superego symptoms target techniques theory therapeutic therapist tients tion TLDP traits trauma treat treatment of personality York
Page 26 - Every individual is unique by virtue of being a distinctive assemblage of characteristics not precisely duplicated in any other individual. Nevertheless, it is quite conceivable that the following psychological law might hold: If a male child having specifiable characteristics is subjected to maternal hostility and has a strong paternal attachment at a certain stage of his development, he will develop paranoia during adult life. If this law holds, then children who are subjected to the stipulated...