Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 5 (1)

Date

1996-01

Authors

Multiple authors

Journal Title

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Volume Title

Publisher

American Psychiatric Association

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Abstract

General Notes

Volume 5(1): Winter 1996. This item contains the PDF files for the entire issue. Limited to on-campus access only. Off-campus users must use VPN to access files within this item.

Table of Contents

Lewis, J. L. Two Paradigmatic Approaches to Borderline Patients With a History of Trauma: The Expressive Psychotherapy of Otto Kernberg and the Trauma Model of Judith Lewis Herman. 1-19. Horowitz, M. J., Ewert, M., & Milbrath, C. States of Emotional Control During Psychotherapy. 20-25. Pilowsky, D., & Bellinson, J. Psychotherapist, Psychiatrist, and Patient: A Triadic Relationship. 26-34. Tschuschke, V., MacKenzie, K. R., Haaser, B., & Janke, G. Self-Disclosure, Feedback, and Outcome in Long-Term Inpatient Psychotherapy Groups. 35-44. Falloon, I. R. H., McGill, C. W., Matthews, S. M., Keith, S. J., and Schooler, N. R. Family Treatment for Schizophrenia: The Design and Research Application of Therapist Training Models. 45-56. Springer, T., Lohr, N. E., Buchtel, H. A., & Silk, K. R. A Preliminary Report of Short-Term Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Inpatients With Personality Disorders. 57-71. Busch, F., Milrod, B., Cooper, A., & Shapiro, T. Psychodynamic Approaches to Panic Disorder. 72-83. Book Reviews. 84-88. Letter. 89-90. Letter. 91-92.

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Citation

J Psychother Pract Res

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