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Integrated Modular Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Practical Guide to Combining Effective Treatment Methods
Livesley, W. John
Cambridge University Press / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 1107679745
Psychiatry
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This clinical guide describes a different way to treat borderline personality disorder. Rather than using the currently available therapies, the author presents a trans-theoretical approach that combines the essential elements of all effective treatments. The book offers a framework for understanding the nature and origins of borderline personality disorder that is used to define treatment targets and strategies. Building on this foundation, systems for organizing treatment are presented around change mechanisms common to all effective therapies. Interventions are presented in modules, allowing therapists to select treatment according to the needs of patients. Treatment is explained by dividing therapy into phases, each addressing different problems. Methods are described to promote engagement, manage suicidality, treat crises, improve emotional regulation, restructure maladaptive interpersonal behaviours, construct a new sense of self and identity, and build a life worth living. The volume will interest mental health professionals from all disciplines and different levels of expertise.

Table of Contents

Preface
Part I. Introduction and Framework for Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder:
1. Introduction
2. Understanding normal and disordered personality
3. Understanding borderline personality disorder
4. Origins and development
Part II. Assessment and Treatment Planning:
5. Diagnosis and assessment
6. Formulation, treatment planning and the treatment contract
Part III. General Modules: Introduction to Part III
7. General treatment module 1: structure
8. General treatment module 2: treatment relationship
9. General treatment module 3: consistency
10. General treatment module 4: validation
11. General treatment module 5: self-reflection
12. General treatment module 6: motivation
Part IV. Safe, Containment and Engagement: The Initial Phase of Treatment: Introduction to Part IV
13. Managing crises and containing emotions and suicidality
14. Managing the early sessions
Part V. Improving Emotional Regulation and Modulation: Introduction to Part V
15. General principles for improving emotional stability
16. Building emotional stability: psychoeducation, awareness and emotion regulation modules
17. Improving emotional processing
Part VI. Exploration and Change: Treating Interpersonal Problems: Introduction to Part VI
18. Principles for treating maladaptive schemas and interpersonal patterns
19. Treating submissiveness and attachment insecurity
20. Treating the core interpersonal conflict
Part VII. Constructing a More Adaptive Sense of Self: Introduction to Part VII
21. Building a more coherent self
22. Promoting an adaptive self-narrative and flexible working selves
23. Getting a life: building a personal niche
Part VIII. Retrospect and Prospect: Introduction to Part VIII
24. Summary and overview: the treatment process across time.

About the Author:

W. John Livesley is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

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