By Deborah R. Becker,Robert E. Drake
By Deborah R. Becker,Robert E. Drake
By AA. VV.,Claudio Mammini,Renzo Balugani
By Robert King,Chris Lloyd,Tom Meehan
By R. D. Savage
By Janina Grothe-Baierle
Die folgende Ausarbeitung soll zunächst einen Überblick zu grundsätzlichen Kriterien zur Bestimmung und Diagnose von Persönlichkeitsstörungen geben, um dann auf die verschiedenen
Merkmale einzelner Persönlichkeitsstörungen genauer einzugehen.Verschiedene Modelle zur Beschreibung und Erfassung von Persönlichkeitsstörungen werden ebenso vorgestellt wie Erkenntnisse zu psychosozialen und biologischen Hintergründen sowie zur Komorbidität und Mortalität von Persönlichkeitsstörungen. Im Anschluss werden Grenzen und Möglichkeiten der Beratung von Klienten mit Persönlichkeitsstörungen dargestellt und es wird gezeigt, welche
Faktoren eine Rolle spielen damit Beratung - insbesondere mit dieser Zielgruppe - gelingen kann.
By Donald G. Dutton
This influential booklet offers an leading edge framework for figuring out and treating intimate associate violence. Integrating various theoretical and empirical views, Donald G. Dutton demonstrates that male abusiveness is greater than only a discovered trend of behavior--it is the outgrowth of a specific character configuration. He illuminates the improvement of the abusive character from early youth to maturity and provides an evidence-based therapy method designed to fulfill this population's special wishes. the second one variation positive factors new chapters at the neurobiological roots of abusive habit and the advance of abusiveness in females.
By Sabrina Chapadjiev
By AA. VV.,Raffaele Barone,Simone Bruschetta,Marco D'Alema
By Hilary Clark
Depression and Narrative examines tales of melancholy within the context of contemporary scholarship on disorder and narrative, which as much as this aspect has mostly concerned about actual disorder and incapacity. members from a few disciplinary views deal with those narrative money owed of melancholy, through either victims and people who deal with them, as they seem in memoirs, diaries, novels, poems, oral interviews, truth sheets, blogs, motion pictures, and tv indicates. jointly, they discover the tales we inform approximately melancholy: its contested motives; its gendering; the modifications in identification that it involves; and the issues it offers for verbal exchange, linked because it is with stigma and shame.
Unlike definite actual health problems, reminiscent of melanoma, melancholy is stigmatized—sometimes as a nonproblem (the patient should still “snap out of it”) and infrequently because the slippery slope to insanity. therefore, melancholy narratives have their paintings minimize out for them. This publication highlights the paintings those tales do, together with bringing aspiring to victims, explaining melancholy, justifying cures and coverings, and decreasing the load of shame—accounting for a soreness that's, in spite of everything, unaccountable.
“Clark has assembled a powerful number of sixteen essays treating the large mental subject of melancholy and the way tales form and dismantle it … This assortment will additional the present educational curiosity in incapacity and disease experiences and should entice readers throughout a number of disciplines within the humanities and social sciences.” — CHOICE
“…this is an invaluable selection of papers that brings the dialogue of the function of narrative of psychological disorder forward.” — Metapsychology
“The variety of scholarly books on melancholy is becoming, might be simply because temper issues at the moment are so universal, yet melancholy and Narrative is uncommonly attention-grabbing and insightful. Hilary Clark has assembled a quantity that makes a speciality of how writers try to describe affliction that's every now and then indescribable. Combining theoretical sophistication and shut examining, the members solid a lot gentle on a depressing subject.” — Jeffrey Berman, writer of demise to educate: A Memoir of affection, Loss, and Learning
Hilary Clark is Professor of English on the college of Saskatchewan. She is the coeditor (with Joseph Adamson) of Scenes of disgrace: Psychoanalysis, disgrace, and Writing, additionally released by means of SUNY Press, and the writer of The residing of climate; extra mild; and Heavens.
By Mahmoud Sami-Ali