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Munich, R.L. (1992). Effective Psychotherapy with Borderline Patients: By R. J. Waldinger and J. G. Gunderson. Washington, D. C.: Psychiatric Press, 1987, 222 pp., $27.50.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 40:917-920.

(1992). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 40:917-920

Effective Psychotherapy with Borderline Patients: By R. J. Waldinger and J. G. Gunderson. Washington, D. C.: Psychiatric Press, 1987, 222 pp., $27.50.

Review by:
Richard L. Munich, M.D.

Among nosology, theory, and technique, controversy about the psychotherapy of patients with borderline personality disorder approaches the status of the Tower of Babel. Even this image, however, suggests more integration than often pertains. In an effort to increase the homogeneity within the broad sample from which many investigators speak, the authors of this important book present detailed information from five rigorously diagnosed cases to illustrate effective psychotherapy with borderline patients.

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