Resolving threats to the therapeutic alliance in cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder: a task analysis.

@article{Bennett2006ResolvingTT,
  title={Resolving threats to the therapeutic alliance in cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder: a task analysis.},
  author={Dawn Bennett and Glenys Parry and Anthony Ryle},
  journal={Psychology and psychotherapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={79 Pt 3},
  pages={
          395-418
        }
}
BACKGROUND Alliance ruptures and premature drop out from psychotherapy are very common with patients who have a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder, limiting the clinical effectiveness of treatment. AIM To test and refine a model of how therapists successfully resolve threats to the therapeutic alliance involving enactment of problematic relationship patterns in the cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder. METHOD Task analysis (Greenberg, 1984a) of 107… Expand
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