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An introduction to the borderline conditions

Author: William N Goldstein
Publisher: Northvale, N.J. : Aronson, ©1985.
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The author clarifies the many uses of the term borderline personality and offers an ego-psychological approach approach to the understanding of the borderline conditions. He focuses on diagnostic, psychodynamic and treatment issues. reference is made to four major diagnostic categories: normal-neurotic, borderline, psychotic, and narcissistic. He demonstrates that an in-depth study of a patient's ego functioning can  Read more...
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Goldstein, William N.
Introduction to the borderline conditions.
Northvale, N.J. : Aronson, ©1985
(OCoLC)558619997
Online version:
Goldstein, William N.
Introduction to the borderline conditions.
Northvale, N.J. : Aronson, ©1985
(OCoLC)608129708
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William N Goldstein
ISBN: 0876689004 9780876689004
OCLC Number: 12078843
Description: xiii, 241 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ego function approach --
Ego functions --
Instinctual drives, the superego, and a psychodynamic classification of psychopathology --
Early psychoanalytic conceptualizations --
Borderline personality organization (Kernberg) --
Ego psychological diagnostic approach to the borderline personality --
DSM-III and the description-oriented approaches --
Borderline spectrum (Meissner) --
Borderline patients of Abend, Porder, and Willick --
Split object relations, the holding introject, and shifting levels of psychological functioning --
Problems of differential diagnosis --
Narcissistic personality --
Schizophrenia --
Clinical case studies --
Overview of psychotherapeutic approaches --
Psychotherapy with the borderline patient.
Responsibility: William N. Goldstein.

Abstract:

The author clarifies the many uses of the term borderline personality and offers an ego-psychological approach approach to the understanding of the borderline conditions. He focuses on diagnostic, psychodynamic and treatment issues. reference is made to four major diagnostic categories: normal-neurotic, borderline, psychotic, and narcissistic. He demonstrates that an in-depth study of a patient's ego functioning can lead to diagnostic clarity, accurate assessment and prognostic appraisal, and therefore to an informed selection psychotherapeutic conditions.

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