Treating the untreatable

healing in the realms of madness
  • 207 Pages
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Karnac Books , London
Schizophrenia -- Treatment -- Case studies, Schizophrenics -- Rehabilitation -- Case studies, Psychoses -- Treatment -- Case st
StatementIra Steinman.
GenreCase studies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC514 .S8123 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 207 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23873215M
ISBN 101855756803, 1855756099
ISBN 139781855756809, 9781855756090
LC Control Number2009285647

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Treating the Untreatable: A Single Case Study of a Psychopathic Inpatient Treated With Schema Therapy Farid Chakhssi, Truus Kersten, Corine de Ruiter, and David P.

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My questions began to be resolved as I put my ideas into practice. Soon, as the following cases demonstrate, I realized that there was most likely. de Ruiter, C, Chakhssi, F & Bernstein, DPTreating the untreatable psychopath.

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