Handbook of Personality Disorders: Theory and Practice

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Jeffrey J. Magnavita
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 15, 2004 - Psychology - 550 pages
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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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Contents

SECTION TWO CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC TREATMENT MODELS
149
SECTION THREE BROADENING THE SCOPE OF TREATMENT SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS
329
SECTION FOUR EXPANDING THE RANGE OF TREATMENT CHILD ADOLESCENT AND ELDERLY MODELS
465
SECTION FIVE RESEARCH FINDINGS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
511
Author Index
555
Subject Index
567
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JEFFREY J. MAGNAVITA, PhD, ABPP, FAPA, is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Hartford as well as the founder of Glastonbury Psychological Associates, PC, and the Connecticut Center for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. He is the author of: Theories of Personality: Contemporary Approaches to the Science of Personality; Relational Therapy for Personality Disorders; and Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Volume One: Psychodynamic/Object Relations (all available fromWiley).

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