Investigating the personality disorder psychotherapy process: the roles of symptoms, quality of affects, emotional dysregulation, interpersonal processes, and mentalizing.

@article{Dimaggio2013InvestigatingTP,
  title={Investigating the personality disorder psychotherapy process: the roles of symptoms, quality of affects, emotional dysregulation, interpersonal processes, and mentalizing.},
  author={Giancarlo Dimaggio and Giuseppe Nicol{\'o} and Antonio Semerari and Antonino Carcione},
  journal={Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={624-32}
}
Personality Disorders (PDs) can reasonably hope to gain benefit from psychotherapy. Nevertheless many patients do not fully respond. Research therefore has to be done into which variables need to be targeted in psychotherapy, in order to tailor treatment to the needs of the majority of PD patients. These have to date been understudied, in particular where patients have PD other than borderline and where they obtain no or limited benefits from available treatments. Many elements of the therapy… CONTINUE READING
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