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Childhood Trauma And Its Link To Borderline Personality Disorder por David Hosier - PDF ePub
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  • Título Original: Childhood Trauma And Its Link To Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Autor del libro: David Hosier
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  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:1987-02-17
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Childhood Trauma And Its Link To Borderline Personality Disorder por David Hosier Libro PDF, EPUB

The link between childhood trauma and the subsequent development borderline personality disorder is now overwhelmingly supported by the research evidence. In this eBook, psychologist David Hosier MSc, who himself suffered severe childhood trauma, examines this link through a series of comprehensive yet easily digestible articles. He looks at how the symptoms (including ang The link between childhood trauma and the subsequent development borderline personality disorder is now overwhelmingly supported by the research evidence. In this eBook, psychologist David Hosier MSc, who himself suffered severe childhood trauma, examines this link through a series of comprehensive yet easily digestible articles. He looks at how the symptoms (including anger, need for approval, self-harm, relationship problems, identity issues and dissociation) of borderline personality disorder reinforce one another, whether or not to tell others one has been diagnosed, the possibility of misdiagnosis, recovery rates, early signs of borderline personality disorder in adolescents and treatments such as dialectical behaviour therapy, amongst other related topics. David Hosier has experience as a teacher, lecturer and researcher ; he was educated at the University of London, Goldsmith's College and currently lives in Brighton, UK.