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I. Theory, Research, and Clinical Methods 1. Overview of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Personality Disorders, Daniel O. David & Arthur Freeman 2. Theory of Personality Disorders, Aaron T. Beck 3. Assessment of Personality Pathology, Jay C. Fournier 4. Neural Mechanisms of Maladaptive Schemas and Modes in Personality Disorders, Michael T. Treadway 5. General Principles and Specialized Techniques in Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, Aaron T. Beck, Arthur Freeman, & Denise D. Davis 6. The Therapeutic Alliance with Patients with Personality Disorders, Denise D. Davis & Judith S. Beck 7. Diversity, Culture, and Personality Disorders, James L. Rebeta II. Clinical Applications 8. Dependent Personality Disorder, Lindsay Brauer & Mark A. Reinecke 9. Avoidant Personality Disorder, Christine A. Padesky & Judith S. Beck 10. Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder, Karen M. Simon 11. Depressive Personality Disorder, David A. Clark & Catherine A. Hilchey 12. Paranoid, Schizotypal, and Schizoid Personality Disorders, Julia C. Renton & Pawel D. Mankiewicz 13. Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder (Negativistic Personality Disorder), Gina M. Fusco 14. Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Wendy T. Behary & Denise D. Davis 15. Histrionic Personality Disorder, Mehmet Z. Sungur & Anil GA1/4ndA1/4z 16. Antisocial Personality Disorder, Damon Mitchell, Raymond Chip Tafrate, & Arthur Freeman 17. Borderline Personality Disorder, Arnoud Arntz III. Comorbidity and Clinical Management 18. Symptomatic Comorbidity, Robert A. DiTomasso & Bradley Rosenfield 19. Clinical Management: Working with Those Diagnosed with Personality Disorders, Gina M. Fusco 20. Synthesis and Prospects for the Future, Denise D. Davis & Arthur Freeman
Aaron T. Beck, MD, is the founder of cognitive therapy, University Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, and President Emeritus of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Dr. Beck is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award, the American Psychological Association (APA) Lifetime Achievement Award, the American Psychiatric Association Distinguished Service Award, the Robert J. and Claire Pasarow Foundation Award for Research in Neuropsychiatry, and the Institute of Medicine's Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health and Gustav O. Lienhard Award. Dr. Beck has worked extensively with personality disorders and has been an investigator on two studies using cognitive therapy with borderline personality disorder. Denise D. Davis, PhD, is Associate Professor of the Practice of Psychology at Vanderbilt University, where she is Associate Director of Graduate Training in Clinical Science. She is a Founding Fellow, Diplomate, and certified Trainer and Consultant of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT). Dr. Davis was the founding Associate Editor of the journal Cognitive and Behavioral Practice prior to serving the first full term as that journal's Editor. Her research and clinical interests include ethics, psychotherapy termination, and cognitive therapy of personality disorders. Arthur Freeman, EdD, ABPP, is Professor of Behavioral Medicine at Midwestern University, where he is Executive Director of the Clinical Psychology Programs at both the Downers Grove, Illinois, and Glendale, Arizona, campuses. He is a past president of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy and a Distinguished Founding Fellow of the ACT. With over 100 chapters and articles, his work has been translated into 20 languages and he has lectured in 45 countries. Dr. Freeman's research and clinical interests include marital and family therapy, and cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression, anxiety, and personality disorders.
"Personality disorders are debilitating conditions that, unfortunately, are far too commonly encountered in modern society. Fortunately, this remarkable volume shows just how far we have come in having the tools needed to successfully intervene when we encounter these conditions in the clinic. Particularly welcome in this third edition is the increased emphasis on connecting cognitive interventions with empirically based, dimensional models of personality disorder, such as the Alternative DSM-5 Model. An indispensable resource for students, practitioners, and researchers alike."--Robert F. Krueger, PhD, Hathaway Distinguished Professor and Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Psychology, University of Minnesota "The editors have assembled an international group of experts who provide practical, evidence-informed guidance on effectively managing difficult clinical situations. Using rich clinical examples and offering useful strategies, contributors illustrate how to manage the challenges and comorbidity so common in patients with personality disorders. Synthesizing a theoretical framework for understanding the organization of personality from a cognitive therapy perspective, strategies are grounded in neurobiology and incorporate sensitivity to cultural norms. Sections on treatment planning and progress monitoring address the patient's well-being, while sections on therapist self-care acknowledge the demands of this kind of work. This volume belongs on the bookshelf of clinicians and educators--even if you have the prior edition."--Donna M. Sudak, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Senior Associate Training Director, and Director of Psychotherapy Training, Drexel University College of Medicine "I often say when lecturing to students that the most successful treatment for people with personality disorders is to send them (individually) to uninhabited desert islands. Without interaction with others personality disorder does not exist. So in treating personality disorders we are faced with a problem; how do we make the therapeutic relationship different from the client's previous relationships? This updated edition of a well-established book explains how--comprehensively and well. At the heart of cognitive behavior therapy is the building of collaboration and trust, a genuinely informed combination which the editors and authors of this volume show us 'is probably more important when addressing personality disorders than in treating symptomatic problems.'"--Peter Tyrer, MD, Centre for Mental Health, Division of Brain Sciences, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom "Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, Third Edition is a 'new classic.' This outstanding volume is completely updated, with extensive reviews of research as well as new conceptualizations and techniques, and it is filled with wisdom about the therapeutic relationship and other roadblocks to change. Every therapist interested in working with personality disorders--which should be every therapist--will want to read this volume and benefit from the clinical insights provided. I highly recommend this excellent resource."--Robert L. Leahy, PhD, Director, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy; Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College "This seminal work updates and elaborates on one of the most important applications of cognitive therapy. Describing how to understand and change individuals' self-defeating behaviors that annoy or harm those around them, the third edition is further enhanced by chapters on assessment and the neural underpinnings of such beliefs and behaviors."--Steven D. Hollon, PhD, Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University