This unprecedented work is an invaluable resource for therapists treating patients with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), for individuals suffering from OCPD, and for friends, family, and coworkers of those with OCPD.
· Explains how OCPD compromises not only the quality of life of its sufferers but also the lives of many of the people that surround each OCPD individual
· Examines OCPD from multiple perspectives, documenting the author's eclectic treatment approach that views OCPD from multiple vantage points, including the psychodynamic, the interpersonal, and the cognitive-behavioral
· Extends the discussion of OCPD to include OCPD-inspired bureaucracies and how treating these toxic environments can lead to substantially improved socioeconomic functioning worldwide
· Serves therapists treating patients with OCPD; patients suffering from OCPD; friends, family, and coworkers of those with OCPD; and general readers interested in mental health issues
· Provides a bonus section on self-help methods that can be employed by the OCPD sufferer and those in the path of OCPD fallout
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Martin Kantor, MD, is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist who has been in full private practice in Boston and New York City and active in residency training programs at hospitals including Massachusetts General in Boston, MA, and Beth Israel in New York, NY.Review:
"Practitioners and graduate students in clinical fields will be drawn to this book. Laypeople interested in therapeutic issues might also be interested. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students, faculty, and professionals; general readers." - Choice
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