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(p. 107) Psychodynamic interpersonal therapy 

(p. 107) Psychodynamic interpersonal therapy
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(p. 107) Psychodynamic interpersonal therapy
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Frank Margison

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780192632371.003.0007
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date: 03 April 2020

This chapter describes the origins of psychodynamic interpersonal therapy (PIT) in the context of a generic model of therapeutic change. The underlying theoretical principles are presented in terms of a theory of developmental psychopathology linked to a theory of practice. The chapter reviews the research basis for the model, applications in practice, models of teaching, and supervision, with a concluding section on future developments.

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