Cognitive therapy for Personality Disorder (A. T. Beck)
Working with Personality disorder a cognitive therapist considers each disorder in terms of the person's self-view, views of others, general beliefs, perceived threats, main strategies for coping, and primary affective responses.
A schema characteristic of each type of personality disorder can be challenged in treatment, using the general techniques of cognitive therapy for personality disorder (Beck and Freeman) and for borderline personality disorder (Layden).
Contraindications: a lack of motivation and an unwillingness to change behaviours.
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