A Therapists Guide to the Personality Disorders



Contributors From The Masterson Institute Introduce The Fundamental Concepts, Theories, And Treatment Approaches Of James F Masterson, Synthesizing The Material Of His 14 Books And Many Articles The Second Part Is A Workbook In The Form Of A Questionnaire To Enable Practitioners To Apply The SkillA Therapists Guide to the Personality Disorders

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  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • A Therapists Guide to the Personality Disorders
  • James F. Masterson
  • English
  • 23 May 2017
  • 1932462090

10 thoughts on “A Therapists Guide to the Personality Disorders

  1. says:

    This book workbook is therapeutic crack There is so much information packed into this little workbook it is amazing Anyone who has ever struggled with the problem of ok I know what I have here but now what do I do with it must must must read this book Masterson s entire published works are all very good on their own but this gives you a glimpse into all of the works complied into one book Obviously, not nearly as extensive of a look as you would get from the original texts but very good a This book workbook is therapeutic crack There is so much information packed into this little workbook it is amazing Anyone who has ever struggled with the problem of ok I know what I have here but now what do I do with it must must must read this book Masterson s entire published works are all very good on their own but...

  2. says:

    While I m not much for psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I do believe that Masterson is an expert in personality disorder treatment using the attachment object relations models He conceptualizes his PD clients into the 3 major categories Narcissism Borderline Schizoid and thinks in terms of the good bad split of ego development, and then splits each of these into 2 separate functions It sounds a bit complicated, but his general clinical theory and approach is not He considers the primary role o While I m not much for psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I do believe that Masterson is an expert in personality disorder treatment using the attachment object relations models He conceptualizes his PD clients into the 3 major categories Narcissism Borderline Schizoid and thinks in terms of the good bad split of ego development, and then splits each of these into 2 separate functions It sounds a bit complicated, but his general clinical theory and approach is not He considers the primary role of therapy as helping the client to identify and explore the real, less cohesive self in therapy, experience their expected abandonment depressio...

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