5 edition of The Treatment of the Borderline Patient found in the catalog.
The Treatment of the Borderline Patient
David P. Celani
September 1, 2002
by International Universities Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||209|
Borderline Personality Disorder or borderline, versions of other mental disorders. 1 While mental health experts now generally agree that the name “borderline personality disor- approaches to treatment. 7. For more information about DBT, see the section, “How is borderlineFile Size: 1MB. Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a structured outpatient treatment based on cognitive-behavioral principles developed by Dr Marsha Linehan in the early s for the treatment of parasuicidal behavior in women with borderline personality disorder (BPD).1 Linehan defines parasuicidal behavior as “any Cited by: 1.
The cognitive-behavioral therapies. The cognitive-behavioral approaches to the treatment of borderline patients place emphasis on observable behaviors and on the psychic schemata or "inner scripts" (habitual patterns of thought concerning the self and the interpersonal world, built up during one's developmental years).Cited by: The natural course of borderline personality disorder and its long-term outcome following treatment are uncertain.A number of well-characterized treatments for borderline personality disorder have been found in randomized, controlled trials to reduce suicidal acts, self-harm, impulsive behaviors, general psychopathology, and service use while improving affective Cited by:
In summary, Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most challenging entities for today's therapist; in fact, this category originated as a repository for patients who fail to improve with ordinary treatment methods and whose particular pathology is most likely to provoke a negative emotional reaction in the therapist. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects twice the amount of people who suffer from schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. At least 20 percent of psychiatric inpatients are eventually diagnosed with.
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The Treatment of the Borderline Patient: Applying Fairbairn's Object Relations Theory in the Clinical Setting Edition Unstated Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.5/5(1).
Kernberg's treatment model reflects an approach to the therapy of borderline patients that is based upon ego psychology-object relations conceptualization, that is, a psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy that relies on interpretatio of the by: The core of the treatment is the balance of acceptance and change strategies, both within each therapy interaction and over time.
For problem solving with borderline personality disorder, the book provides specific strategies for contingency management, exposure, cognitive modification, and skills by: This book is a comprehensive guide to setting up the treatment contract with borderline patients.
"A theoretically sophisticated and clear, practical discussion of setting up a treatment framework with the borderline patient. The Borderline Patient: An Overview by William Goldstein, M.D.
Who may benefit from reading this article: Psychiatrists, primary care physicians, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses and mental health care practitioners.
This book describes a practical, accessible, hands-on approach to the psychotherapeutic treatment of the borderline patient. The perspective presented is particularly suited to the clinician who has many such patients to face, but who is intimidated by psychoanalytic theory.
The tactics and techniques described are based on two of the most Author: David P. Celani. need treatment. Therefore, psychiatrists caring for patients with borderline personality disorder should consider, but not be limited to, treatments recommended in this guideline. TABLE 1. Diagnostic Criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder A pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, andFile Size: 1MB.
Psychotherapy of the Quiet Borderline Patient is the first book-length study of the as-if personality, also referred to as the quiet borderline patient. This book offers the most detailed exposition of etiology in the literature, tracing as-if development first from an object relations standpoint and then from a family interaction by: 2.
Treating a patient with borderline personality disorder is fraught with peril. Some psychotherapies and medications seem to make matters worse, yet these very patients are some of the most persistent in demanding help. This happens because the context of treatment, the traditional physician-patient social contract, and the personal and Cited by: The author cuts through that confusion with his clear, sensible discussion of the development of the borderline concept, of the diagnosis of personality disorder, and of competency-based treatment/5.
This excellent, clearly written and incredibly useful book is a must have for any Adult Community Mental Health Service dealing with individuals who have Borderline Personality Disorder.
It provides evidence-based, clear, ethical, and highly effective advice that should enable medical staff, and case managers to take control of their relationships with patients 5/5(4).
As a result of this process, I've found three books I recommend everyone with borderline personality disorder (BPD) read. I Can't Get Over It If you're a frequent reader of this blog, you've seen me quote generously from this book by Dr.
Aphrodite Matsakis, an expert in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Almost all the research supporting psychotherapy is on brief treatment. While borderline personality disorder (BPD) is sometimes seen as too severe for short-term therapy, most patients can be managed in this time frame.
Select Chapter Seven. The authors present a conceptual model, based on self psychology and interpersonal theory, for reframing the borderline symptoms and the therapist's reactions. Case examples demonstrate effective relationship management and therapeutic by: This first phase of treatment is neither quick nor easy to resolve.
This book traces the issues facing the therapist during that time, which is usually a very Charles Cohen and Vance Sherwood focus on the first stage of therapy with borderline patients, the "preconstancy" stage - the time during which a constant attachment must be formed /5.
Get this from a library. The treatment of the borderline patient: applying Fairbairn's object relations theory in the clinical setting. [David P Celani]. This volume focuses on treatment issues pertaining to patients with borderline psychopathology.
A section on psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy (with contributors by V. Volkan, H. Searles, O. Kernberg, L. Boyer, and J. Oremland, among others) is followed by a section exploring a variety of alternative approaches.
The treatment of BPD is challenging. Therapist are frequently provoked by Borderline Personality Disorder patients who fear abandonment but engage is rejection baiting behaviors to manage their fears. Not keeping appointments, late night emergency calls, and angry or seductive behavior are common.
The best type of treatment is one that we use a. surprisingly compatible with one another, and each contributes a useful perspective on borderline pathology and treatment.
Case vignettes are utilized throughout the manual to illustrate key points. Each patient provided consent for use of video recorded material in scientific publications.
Nevertheless, each. Borderline Personality Disorder What is Borderline Personality Disorder. Borderline personality disorder is an illness marked by an ongoing pattern of varying.
moods, self-image, and behavior. These symptoms often result in impulsive actions and problems in relationships with other people. A person with borderline personality. The diagnosis and treatment of patients with BPD can be fraught with anxiety, uncertainty, and complexity.
How welcome, then, is the Handbook of Good Psychiatric Management for Borderline Personality Disorder, which teaches clinicians what to do and how to do it, as well as what not to do and how to avoid author, a renowned researcher and clinician, has .This long-awaited book, based on years of clinical research by Kernberg and his associates, is the first to present his model of psychodynamic psychotherapy with borderline abundant clinical vignettes and transcripts, the authors take the reader through the treatment—from establishing the contract through dealing with termination—always explaining /5.
Patients with borderline personality disorder have been shown to utilize extensive treatment resources and are at increased morbidity and mortality compared with the general populations. This is perhaps the reason why borderline personality disorder has been studied more extensively than other personality disorders.