Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of The Borderline Patient


Publisher: Thieme-Stratton, Inc.

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    Outlines the common elements found in working with borderline patients and the therapeutic techniques that have proven helpful even with those patients who resist conventional therapies. There are many insights into the theories regarding the dynamics of the borderline patient and how these theories are applied to the therapeutic endeavor. (669 pp.)

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