Cognitive-behavioral Interventions in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of Borderline Personality Disorders ’

@inproceedings{Westen2002CognitivebehavioralII,
  title={Cognitive-behavioral Interventions in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of Borderline Personality Disorders ’},
  author={Drew Westen},
  year={2002}
}
A pathology of affect regulation and of object relations (the cognitive and affective processes that mediate interpersonal functioning in close relationships) are two features that define much of borderline pathology. Cognitive-behavioral interventions that target self-regulation and social-cognitive processes (such as perspective-taking and attribution) can be usefully integrated into psychodynamically oriented treatment of borderline patients. Strictly psychodynamic approaches tend to be… CONTINUE READING
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