Mentalization-Based Treatment

@inproceedings{Bateman2013MentalizationBasedT,
  title={Mentalization-Based Treatment},
  author={Anthony W. Bateman and Peter Fonagy},
  booktitle={Psychoanalytic inquiry},
  year={2013}
}
The concept of mentalizing has captured the interest and imagination of an astonishing range of people-from psychoanalysts to neuroscientists, from child development researchers to geneticists, from existential philosophers to phenomenologists-all of whom seem to have found it useful. According to the Thompson Reuter maintained Web of Science, the use of the term in titles and abstracts of scientific papers increased from 10 to 2,750 between 1991 and 2011. Clinicians in particular have… CONTINUE READING

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