The diagnostic category of personality disorders is broad, confusing, and frequently employed. Illuminated with vivid clinical examples, this book offers a compelling rationale for, and comprehensive guide to, the use of the Rorschach to assess personality disorders.
Geared to the needs of mental health practitioners unfamiliar with
dissociative disorders, this volume presents a comprehensive and integrated approach to diagnosis and treatment. Each step from first interview to final post integrative treatment is systematically reviewed, with detailed ...
Within the field of clinical psychology, the term "borderline personality
disorder" was developed to fulfill a diagnostic need and has come to possess specific stereotypes and negative meanings. Because the term "borderline" is an emotionally charged word, it can ...