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Supportive therapy for borderline patients

Lawrence H. Rockland

Supportive therapy for borderline patients

a psychodynamic approach

by Lawrence H. Rockland

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Published by Guilford Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Borderline personality disorder -- Treatment.,
  • Supportive psychotherapy.,
  • Borderline Personality Disorder -- therapy.,
  • Physician-Patient Relations.,
  • Psychotherapy -- methods.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-300) and index.

    StatementLawrence H. Rockland with Devra Braun ... [et al.].
    SeriesDiagnosis and treatment of mental disorders
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC569.5.B67 R63 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 308 p. ;
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1701113M
    ISBN 100898621828
    LC Control Number92001538

    David M. Allen, M.D. is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Tennessee and the author of the book Coping with Critical, Demanding, and Dysfunctional Parents. The current chapter describes the origins and structure of a stepped care program for borderline personality disorder at a large urban hospital. It examines procedures for evaluation of new patients, and the rationale behind the interventions used in treatment, particularly the provision of both group and individual therapy.

      Patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) or borderline traits are among the most difficult for mental health practitioners to treat. They present an incredible range of symptoms, dysfunctional interpersonal interactions, provocative behavior in therapy Cited by: 7. Supportive psychotherapy began as a second-class treatment whose only operating principle was “being friendly” with the patient (). 1 Critics called it “simple-minded” 2 and sniffed, “if it is supportive, it is not therapy if it is therapy, it is not supportive.” 3Since its lowly beginning, however, supportive psychotherapy has been proven highly effective, and clinicians have.

    Book Appointment. About Crystal. Therapy is offered for those struggling with dysfunctional eating and exercise behaviors. Learn More. Borderline Personality Disorder. My interest in borderline personality disorder has been there as long as I can remember. Learn More. Home Visits. DBT is a form of cognitive-behavior therapy designed by Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., specifically for Borderline Personality Disorder treatment. DBT is a skills training therapy that teaches BPD patients how to manage their volatile emotions through self-soothing techniques.


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Supportive therapy for borderline patients by Lawrence H. Rockland Download PDF EPUB FB2

Supportive Therapy for Borderline Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach by Lawrence Howard Rockland (Author)Cited by: Other topics include continuous/intermittent supportive therapy, psychopharmacology in supportive therapy, and supportive aspects of inpatient treatments.

Filling a significant gap in the literature, this important new volume's systematic and comprehensive exposition of supportive therapy for borderline patients makes it an invaluable resource for all practitioners who work with this difficult population.

Psychotherapy With Borderline Patients: An Integrated Approach fills the need for a problem-focused, clinically oriented, and operationalized treatment manual that addresses major ongoing family factors that trigger and reinforce the patient's self-destructive or self-defeating behavior.

In it, David Allen draws on the theoretical ideas and techniques of biological, family systems, psychodynamic, and cognitive Reviews: 1. Supportive Therapy for Borderline Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach—by Lawrence H.

Rockland, M.D., with others; New York, Guilford Press,pages, $30 James W. Thompson Search for more papers by this authorAuthor: James W.

Thompson. Treatment of Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder 7 INTRODUCTION This practice guideline summarizes data regarding the care of patients with borderline person-ality disorder. Borderline personality disorder is the most common personality disorder in clinical settings, and it is present in cultures around the Size: 1MB.

The book begins with a review of the clinical and research literature pertaining to the treatment of borderline patients. It presents a unique, empirically based intensive study of three borderline patients, based on transcripts of audiotaped therapy sessions.

Supportive Therapy for Borderline Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach—by Lawrence H. Rockland, M.D., with others; New York, Guilford Press,pages, $30 James W. Thompson Search for more papers by this author.

Free Borderline Personality Disorder worksheets for therapists to download. Use these Borderline Personality Disorder worksheets and exercises with your patients as session work or homework.

Learn more about and download our Borderline Personality Disorder worksheets. Based on Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder, originally published in October A guideline watch, summarizing significant developments in the scientific literature since publication of this guideline, may be available in the Psychiatric Practice section of the APA web site at Size: KB.

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Of Borderline Patients 1st Edition. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Of Borderline Patients. 1st Edition. by Otto F. Kernberg (Author), Michael A. Selzer (Author), Harold W. Koenigsberg (Author), Arthur C.

Carr (Author), Ann H. Applebaum Reviews: 5. As a result of this process, I've found three books I recommend everyone with borderline personality disorder (BPD) read. I Can't Get Over It If you're a frequent reader of this blog, you've seen me quote generously from this book by Dr.

Aphrodite Matsakis, an expert in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Borderline Patients: Extending the Limits of Treatability. Borderline conditions are a growing presence in the treatment room, yet they are uncommonly resistant to treatment. The authors, all Senior Fellows at the Personality Disorders Institute of the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Westchester Division, and all also engaged in private.

Supportive therapy is the psychotherapeutic approach employed with the majority of mentally ill individuals. Nevertheless, most mental health professional training programs dedicate little time and effort to the teaching and learning of supportive therapy, and many mental health professionals are unable to clearly and concisely articulate the nature or process of supportive by: the borderline personality client BY SHARI SCHREIBER, M.A.

The material you'll be reading here has been over two decades in the making, as looking back over the many years of my career, I'd always used a core trauma approach with my acutely depressed clients as a Marriage and Family Therapy intern in private practice, long before I'd learned.

Kernberg’s team evaluated three treatments for bpd, transference-focused psychotherapy, supportive therapy and Dbt. In a randomized controlled design. They were all effective, but dbt and tfp were significantly more so on suicidality. Similar Items. Relationship management of the borderline patient: from understanding to treatment / by: Dawson, David F.

L., Published: () Counseling individuals with communication disorders: psychodynamic and family aspects / by: Rollin, Walter J., Published: (). -- Psychoanalytic Quarterly "An outstanding addition to the all too-slender catalog of works devoted to the psychotherapies, particularly supportive psychotherapy, in recent years Rockland's book is a gem, one of the best four or five books on psychotherapy that I have seen recently.

Borderline Personality Disorder: Meeting the Challenges to Successful Treatment brings together over two dozen of the field’s leading experts in one enlightening text. The book also offers mental health providers a view of BPD from the perspectives of sufferers as well as family members to foster an understanding of the experiences of Reviews: 2.

DBT was originally developed to treat chronically suicidal individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD), and it is now recognized as the. "Marsha Linehan's tremendously in-depth and informative book and its companion skills-training manual offer a needed guide to the cognitive-behavioral treatment of borderline personality method has become so widely used by clinicians that the experts in psychosocial treatments consider it one of the Linehan's methods are highly eclectic because they Cited by:.

therapy for borderline personality disorder: results from the borderline personality disorder study of cognitive therapy (BOSCOT) trial. J Personal Disord.

Oct;20(5)– Š Kellogg SH, Young JE. Schema therapy for borderline personality disorder. J Clin Psychol. Apr;62(4)– Š McMain S, Pos AE. Advances in psychotherapy of.Sometimes I Act Crazy: Living with Borderline Personality Disorder Jerold J. Kreisman & Hal Straus () A source of hope, expert advice, and guidance for people with borderline personality disorder and those who love book offers hope and practical advice .Borderline personality disorder: treatment approaches & perspectives 11 3 Practice points • Patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) are truly suffering and are at high risk of mortality.

Suicidal or nonsuicidal self-injury behaviors need to be taken seriously and should not be dismissed as primarily attention seeking.