Borderline Personality Disorder

The Patterns Of Behavior Of Those With Borderline Personality Disorder BPD Are Often Frustrating And Mystifying To Both Clinicians And Family Members, Despite Several Decades Of Study And Research On This Form Of Distress Borderline Personality Disorder New Perspectives On A Stigmatizing And Overused Diagnosis Presents A Thorough Critical And Historical Review Of The Diagnosis Of BPD And Explores Through Academic And Clinical Narratives The Different Processes That Occur In Borderline Behavior Patterns.The Authors Offer New Perspectives That Emphasize The Whole Person Rather Than A Diagnosis, Addressing The Emotional Storms And Mood Instability Of BPD, Providing Guidance On Managing Emotional Chaos In The Therapeutic Relationship, And Explaining How To Use One S Own Feelings As A Clinical Tool Their Approach Gives An Intimate Experiential Feel For The Interpersonal Processes That Occur In Psychotherapy For Both The Patient And Therapist The Result Readers Will Better Understand Who The Person Behind The Diagnosis Is, And Comprehend What It Really Feels Like To Be Someone Struggling With These Difficult Interpersonal Patterns.Borderline Personality Disorder

Jacqueline Simon Gunn is a Manhattan based clinical psychologist and writer She has authored two non fiction books, and co authored two others She has published many articles, both scholarly and mainstream, and currently works as a freelance writer Gunn is now writing fiction in both the thriller and the romance genre Always in search of truth and fascinated by human behavior, her fiction writ

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  • Hardcover
  • 159 pages
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Jacqueline Simon Gunn
  • 21 July 2017
  • 9781440832291

10 thoughts on “Borderline Personality Disorder

  1. says:

    I experience the traits version of borderline personality disorder but I related to so much in this book The authors approach to BPD is very refreshing and I would say, is exactly right I feel validated as someone who has had to deal with the ...

  2. says:

    Not sure who the target audience is for this book There are too many sections that were inaccessible to the layman for it to be for anybody likewise too many sections contained basic information that professionals would not find beneficial To top it off chapter 2 seems to be geared toward erudite historians and it fell flat The book had two authors and that may be the reason for the very different writing styles which unfortunately did not mix well Due to that, I am rating each chapter individually Chapter 1 this chapter is a medley of all that is wrong and right with the book I did love that they spoke to the negative labeling effect BPD has Chapter 2 1 star is generous for this chapter The author s promise to the readers, These symptoms began being documented about 4,00 years ago No, this is not a joke, and do not worry we will not give you a dissertation like account of what transpired during that time Quite simply they lied In the course of this chapter they repeated in some form the meaning malodorous and acrid substances near the woman s mouth and nostrils or scented ones near her vagina in order to move the wandering uterus back to its appropriate location at least 15 times I lost count This chapter would have detracted less from the book if it had not been so repetitive It does not tie in well or make the point they are trying to prove It only succeeds in frustrating the reader Chapter 3 3 stars There...

  3. says:

    With the exception of the historical anatomy of the disorder outlined in chapter two, this book presents a dearth of new information on BPD The case studies presented in the book are congruent with typical BPD case studies and pay homage to clinician s strengths and lit...

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