Management of personality disorder

Peter Tyrer and Kate Davidson introductipn

Categorization and description of personality disorder

Methodological..difficumes..in. evaluating.. t.he...e.fficacy.. oft.re.atme.nt Durationof treatment

Comorbidity

Adherence.. to treatment

Outcome. measures

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Dynamicpsychotherapy Cognitiyetherapies

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Cognitivetherapy Dialectic behaviour therapy Therapeutic community . . treatments

Milieu. therapy Community..supervision

Drugtreatment

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Drugtreatment

Linkin<g...treatment.ton .,diag.no.S.i,S..in.M pers.o.nality...disorder Management Consistency

Constancy

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F.u.ri.he.r..d.eyeJopmenit.$ Chapter References

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