Restructuring Projection in a Borderline Patient

The Washington School of Psychiatry  presents Jon Frederickson in a Saturday conference, Sept. 22. 

According to psychotherapy research, 50% of patients drop out of treatment prematurely. One reason is that a misalliance occurs. Borderline patients most commonly form a misalliance with a projection rather than a therapeutic alliance with thetherapist. Unable to see the therapist realistically, they cannot collaborate on the therapeutic task.

For full details about this program see:
http://www.wspdc.org/cfpdf/cf-istdp-sept2012.pdf

Written by Bill Wears