Patients with antisocial personality disorder (APD) have traditionally been considered difficult ot treat, or even untreatable, with psychotherapy. Recent clinical and research developments, however, have begun to change this view. In this book. both experienced and novice clinicians will gain an understanding of the developments in this area of psychotherapy.
Rotgers and Maniacci present experts in the field of various models of treatment, among them Adlerian, biosocial-learning, motivational interviewing, Rogerian and psychopharmacological, to identify treatment goals, select assessment tools, conceptualize progression, pinpoint pitfalls, develop techniques, and move toward a successful therapeutic completion. By providing a brief overview of APD, discussing the ongoing controversies regarding the construct of APD, and assessing the responses to the same set of questions posed to each expert, the authors offers a glimpse into the difficult world of antisocial personality disorder.
|Publisher:||Springer Publishing Company|
|Series:||Springer Series on Comparative Treatments for Psychological Disorders|
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About the Author
Frederick Rotgers, PsyD, ABPP, received his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology where he studied with Arnold Lazarus, Cyril Franks, G. Terence Wilson and other prominent behavior therapists. He has been a member of the Clinical Psychology faculty at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine since 2002. Prior to coming to PCOM he was on the faculty of the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies with a joint appointment at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology.
Dr. Rotgers is Board Certified in both Clinical Psychology and Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is licensed in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is a member of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, as well as a member of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, the New Jersey Psychological Association, the American Association of Correctional Psychology, and the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors. He is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Drug Issues and Addiction Research and Theory.
Table of Contents"
- Antisocial Personality Disorder: An IntroductionF. Rotgers and M. Maniacci
- The Case of Frank, Arthur Freeman
- A Psychodynamic Approach, Debra Benveniste
- Adlerian Psychotherapy, Michael Maniacci
- Millonís Biosocial-Learning Perspective: Personologic Psychotherapy, Darwin Dorr
- The Lifestyle Approach to Substance Abuse and Crime, Glenn D. Walters
- The Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Approach, Arthur Freeman and Brian Eig
- Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Robin A. McCann, Katherine Anne Comtois, and Elissa M. Ball
- Motivational Interviewing, Joel I. Ginsberg, C.A. Farbring, and L. Forsberg
- Integrating Psychotherapy and Medication, Sharon Morgillo-Freeman and John M. Rathbun
- Antisocial Personality Disorder: Summary and Conclusions, Frederick Rotgers
What People are Saying About This
"Eight different perspectives are applied to a common case of antisocial personality disorder. The writers leave the reader with hope and optimism in the treatment of this, the most difficult personality disorder. A landmark book in psychotherapy treatment that broadens the scope of just what is possible."
--Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP, Distinguished Professor, Governors State University
"This book offers a welcome respite from therapeutic nihilism and, more important, is a basis for hope in treating men and women with an antisociali personality disorder."
--Stanton E. Samenow, PhD, author of Inside the Criminal Mind