What percent of those treated no longer met criteria for Borderline Personality
is the benefit of writing in the schema journal?
What is like brainwashing in that it
systematically wears away at the victim's self-confidence, sense of self-worth,
trust in her perceptions, and self-concept?
What are the kinds of stress that
anger serves to dissipate?
do borderlines differ from schizophrenics?
are the models Hartocollis proposes for borderline syndrome?
According to Kernberg, what is a main
culprit in creating unrealistic patient-therapist relationships from the very
beginning of treatment?
at times does the BPD patient especially needs to deny the positive aspects of
is the problem with using anger to calm the inner critic?
What are the key components in
the tridimensional personality theory for a client diagnosed with OCD?
Who made up the participants of the study?
A. give you a place to pull together your insights
on the sources and origins, the situations that trigger it, and
to gradually piece together a fuller picture of
your typical emotions, thoughts,
B. The client never learns to talk back to their abuse.
C. painful affect, painful sensation, frustrated drive, and threat
E. The schizophrenics are more often judged
to be socially isolated "loners" (p <.001). The borderlines seek
anaclitic relations in which they act as care givers, yet they are in
conflict about giving and receiving care.
F. Harm avoidance, novelty
seeking, and reward
G. emotional abuse
H. continuous, typological, and a combination of continuous and typological
J. His fear that the expression of positive feelings will bring
him dangerously close to the therapist.
K. Inpatients at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts that has an IQ of 71 or higher, has no history or current symptoms of schizophrenia, bipolar, or an organic condition that could cause serious psychiatric symptoms, fluent in English, and is between 18 and 35.