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Candace Orcutt Writes a Helpful Discussion about Personality Disorder

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“A must reading for all who are dealing with the challenges of trauma and the personality disorders.” --James F. Masterson, MD, distinguished psychiatrist and leading mental health writer

“Trauma in Personality Disorder” by Dr. Candace Orcutt discusses and provides the helpful ways on how to combat the trauma which can sometimes combine with personality disorder.

According to Dr. Orcutt, it is a therapeutic test for patient and treating clinician alike when trauma and personality disorder fuse together. Both of them face the task of difficult, painful work in order to meet their main objective – to recover. “Trauma in Personality Disorder” for clinician is a book that gives a clear theoretical base for psychotherapy followed by a description of some specific techniques. Based on the developmental, object relations approach by James F. Masterson, MD, the treatment in this theory is demonstrated in casebook form.                

Childhood trauma, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, is thoroughly discussed in this book. Also, four major types of personality disorder are delineated by Dr. Orcutt in this book. It is shown throughout the book how trauma work and character work should be kept in proper balance so that the psychotherapy will lead to its desired goal.            

The book “Trauma in Personality Disorder” will be proudly displayed at the 2018 London Book Fair which will take place this April 10, 2018.  Grab a copy now!
Trauma in Personality Disorder
Written by: Candace Orcutt
Published by: AuthorHouse Publishing
Published Date: March 31, 2012
Paperback price: $19.93
About the Author
The author, Candace Orcutt, PhD, is a clinical social worker and trained psychoanalyst who has been many years in practice. She is now on the faculty of the International Masterson Institute, the faculty of the New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, and teaches in Teaneck, New Jersey. Dr. Orcutt has presented her work in conferences in the United States, Canada, South Africa and Turkey. Her publications have appeared in anthologies edited by Dr. Masterson, and in numerous journals, including The International Review of Psycho-Analysis, The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, and most recently the Clinical Social Work Journal.

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