Psychotherapy with the hysterical personality: an interpersonal approach.

  title={Psychotherapy with the hysterical personality: an interpersonal approach.},
  author={Joseph D. Andrews},
  volume={47 3},
Personality disturbances are increasingly being defined in terms of person-environment transactions. Puzzling individual behavior may take on fresh significance when viewed within a broader system of forces (Andrews 1966, 1974; Carson 1969; Coyne 1976; Watzlawick et al. 1967). Psychotherapy, in particular, can usefully be viewed as a dyadic system in which both parties endeavor to define the relationship. The purpose of the present paper is to explore the interaction patterns associated with… CONTINUE READING

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