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Book Reviews

Moderating Severe Personality Disorders: A Personalized Psychotherapy Approach

C. Don Morgan, PhD

Published: June 17, 2009

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“Would it not be a great step forward in our field if diagnosis or psychological assessment, following a series of interviews, tests, or laboratory procedures, actually pointed clearly to what a clinician should do in therapy?” (p. ix).This quote is from the preface of the reviewed book, andit nicely captures the authors’ overarching goal in this series of books. Dr. Millon is regarded as one of the major personality theorists; his theory incorporates components of evolutionary progression as well as stages of biosocial development.


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Volume: 11

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