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Krasner, R.F. (1983). Psychiatric Quarterly. LI, 1979. The Hospital and the Borderline patient: Management Guidelines for the Community Mental Health center. John R. Peteet and Thomas G. Gutheil. Pp. 106-118.. Psychoanal Q., 52:153.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychiatric Quarterly. LI, 1979. The Hospital and the Borderline patient: Management Guidelines for the Community Mental Health center. John R. Peteet and Thomas G. Gutheil. Pp. 106-118.

(1983). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 52:153

Psychiatric Quarterly. LI, 1979. The Hospital and the Borderline patient: Management Guidelines for the Community Mental Health center. John R. Peteet and Thomas G. Gutheil. Pp. 106-118.

Ronald F. Krasner

Controversy over the treatment of borderline patients in vegression has frequently left undefined the practical approaches to hospital management of these patients. The nature and context of the regressive episode and the implications of potential interventions for specific types of patients are basic considerations in formulating such an approach Subgroups of borderline patients can be usefully distinguished on the basis of the major major management problem to whcih each is particularly prone.

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Article Citation

Krasner, R.F. (1983). Psychiatric Quarterly. LI, 1979.. Psychoanal. Q., 52:153

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