Freud and Beyond | Object Relations Theory and Clinical Psychoanalysis | Psychoanalytic Case Formulation | Psychodynamic Therapy | DBT Skills Training Manual | Motivational Interviewing | Handbook of Dynamic Psychotherapy for Higher Level Personality Pathology | Transference-Focused Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder | Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
TFP has its roots in object relations and it emphasizes that the transference is the key to understanding and producing change. The patient's internal world of object representations unfolds and is lived in the transference with the therapist. The therapist listens for and makes use of the relationship that is revealed through words, silence, or, as often occurs in the case of individuals with some borderline personality disorder, acting out in subtle or not-so-subtle ways. This primer offers clinicians a way to understand and then use the transference and countertransference for change in the patient.
About: Treating borderline patients is one of the most challenging areas in psychotherapy because of the patient's extreme emotional expressions, the strain it places on the therapist, and the danger of the patient acting out and harming himself or the therapeutic relationship.
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