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I. Basic Concepts 1. Introduction and Overview 2. History and Assumptions of the Approach 3. The Harmonics of Therapy 4. The Interviewing and Treatment Methods II. DSM Cluster B, the Dramatic, Erratic Group 5. Borderline Personality Disorder 6. Narcissistic Personality Disorder 7. Histrionic Personality Disorder 8. Antisocial Personality Disorder III. DSM Cluster C, the Anxious, Fearful Group 9. Dependent Personality Disorder 10. Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder 11. Negativistic Personality (Disorder): Personality Disorder, NOS 12. Avoidant Personality Disorder IV. DSM Cluster A, the Odd, Eccentric Group 13. Paranoid Personality Disorder 14. Schizoid and Schizotypal Personality Disorders V. Divergences 15. Category Overlap, Residual Categories, and Other Issues Appendix: Summary of Diagnostic and Differential Indicators
After many years of clinical work in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin, Lorna Smith Benjamin moved to the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah to collaborate with graduate students in the research study of psychosocial factors in mental disorder. A past president of the International Society for Psychotherapy Research and an advisor to the DSM-IV work group on personality disorders, she is author of over 50 professional publications. Her SASB model of interpersonal relations has been translated into ten different languages. The associated coding system, questionnaires, and software are widely used in efforts to enhance scientific understanding of the practice of psychotherapy. Her dream is to use the concepts described in this book to guide development of a high-quality, low-cost research and training center that emphasizes efficacy in psychosocial treatment of major mental disorders.
"Impressive... unequalled in terms of its scientific rigor, clinical penetration, comprehensiveness... This book will have a powerful impact on psychiatric diagnosis and treatment in the coming years... a superb accomplishment." - Hans H. Strupp PhD (on the first edition)