Personality Disorders: Recognition and Clinical Management



Personality Disorders: Recognition and Clinical Management
Personality disorders consist of long-term patterns of maladaptive behaviour which have a generally unrecognised importance in clinical practice. However, they are the origins of many medical consultations and social ills, including substance abuse, alcoholism, self-harm, suicide, child neglect, criminality and HIV transmission. Dispelling the myth that personality disorder is simply a category for problem individuals for whom nothing can be done, this book provides a detailed and comprehensive account of the features of personality disorders and their management in clinical practice.
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