Therapist’s Guide to the Personality Disorders

This groundbreaking volume, featuring a 160+ self-assessment review questionnaire, presents an overview of the basic tenets of James Masterson’s work. Written by Masterson himself along with members of his faculty, the book covers not only pertinent developmental theory and milestones in its evolution, but there are important discussions of its fundamental concepts; differential diagnosis; the etiology and treatment of the Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Disorders; the role of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; and countertransference.

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  1. Hi, I’m still confused by this site. But will try to reply to the post about the ‘T’s Guide’ and hope it lands in the right place.

    Yes, this book is good specially because it has diagrams of the Quadrants. So, it lays out the underlying dynamics of the disorders. (and frequently of human being in general too, IMO) .

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