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Focusing on the application of transference based therapy in treating patients with borderline personality disorder, this book outlines a successful approach for helping clients with this complex disorder.
This book goes far beyond any other psychodynamic psychotherapy manual that I've read. It not only delves into the relationship and transference, as most do, but gives some straightforward and clear descriptions of very important interventions that are specific to this population.
This book breathes fresh air into psychodynamic psychotherapy. It includes not only a description of the pathology that is understandable even to the non-dynamic therapist, it offers rich descriptions of the specific interventions and their indications that can be effective with the borderline patient.
|1||Introduction to Transference-Focused Psychotherapy||5|
|2||Strategies of Treatment: The Broad Strokes||29|
|3||Tactics of Treatment: Position from Which the Therapist Intervenes||47|
|4||Techniques of Treatment: The Specific Interventions||72|
|6||Treatment Contracting: Universal Aspects||136|
|7||Treatment Contracting: Individualized Aspects||152|
|8||Early Treatment Phase: Impulse Containment||191|
|9||A Session in the Early Treatment Phase: A Clinical Illustration||227|
|10||Midphase of Treatment: Deepening Understanding||241|
|11||Midphase of Treatment: Love and Sexuality||266|
|12||Advanced Phase of Treatment||280|
|13||Overview of an Entire TFP Case||298|
|App. A||Outline of Initial History Taking||373|
|App. B||Rating of Therapy Contract||374|
|App. C||Rating of TFP Adherence and Competence||377|