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Clear descriptions, with vivid vignettes, of the various ways mentalisation can break down proved useful throughout.... Sections on thinking how mentalisation-based therapy could be applied to units, wards, hospitals, prisons and even society at large were thought provoking in the best way possible and could lead clinicians to trying it in their own environs. * Jon Patrick, British Journal of Psychiatry * The wide-ranging nature of the chapters by the 27 different contributing authors means that there is something here that will attract most mental health clinicians....The handbook provides detailed explanations and examples of the therapeutic approach, along with a range of practical aids to the clinician wishing to work in this manner. It is, in this way, a deeply practical as well as theoretical handbookÂ .I strongly recommend it to any clinician working in the field of mental health or researcher interested in our capacity to hold other minds in mind. * Padraig Collins, PsycCRITIQUES * Anthony W. Bateman's and Peter Fonagy's Handbook of Mentalizing in Mental Health Practice offers a comprehensive guide to mentalization and its various applications in clinical settings and therapy treatmentsÂ . This is a great manual for both therapists who are trying to evolve methods of treatment, and patients who are trying to understand a related situation better. * Malorie Mella, Somatic Psychotherapy Today: The USABP Magazine * This extremely valuable volume illuminates the capacity to mentalize as a previously sensed, but not articulated, essential component of healthy growth and development. Mentalization is an issue for patients across all diagnostic categories, and should be assessed, tracked, and enhanced in psychotherapeutic treatments of all theoretical orientations. * Susan G. Lazar, M.D., Journal of Psychiatric Practice January 2013 *
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Anthony W. Bateman, M.A., F.R.C.Psych., is Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy, Halliwick Unit, St. Ann's Hospital, Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health Trust; Visiting Professor, University College London.Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., F.B.A., is Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis and Director of the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology at University College London; Chief Executive of the Anna Freud Centre, London; and Consultant to the Child and Family Program at the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Baylor College of Medicine.
ContributorsDisclosure of InterestsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsPart I: Clinical PracticeChapter 1. Introduction and OverviewChapter 2. Assessment of MentalizationChapter 3. Individual Techniques of the Basic ModelChapter 4. Group Therapy TechniquesChapter 5. Mentalization-Based Family TherapyChapter 6. Mentalization-Informed Child Psychoanalytic PsychotherapyChapter 7. Brief TreatmentChapter 8. Partial Hospitalization SettingsChapter 9. Outpatient SettingsChapter 10. Psychodynamically Oriented Therapeutic SettingsPart II: Specific ApplicationsChapter 11. Borderline Personality DisorderChapter 12. Antisocial Personality DisorderChapter 13. At-Risk Mothers of Infants and ToddlersChapter 14. Eating DisordersChapter 15. DepressionChapter 16. TraumaChapter 17. Drug AddictionChapter 18. Adolescent Breakdown and Emerging Borderline Personality DisorderGlossaryReferencesIndex