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224 pages

ISBN: 978-3-86739-004-0
  • D: 14,90 €


Borderline: The Self-Help Book

Recommended for translation.

Subject:
Self-help for people dealing with borderline personality disorder BPD.

Target audience:
People suffering from BPD who would like to do something for themselves alongside their chosen therapy.

Content:
This book offers people suffering from BPD suggestions and recommendations to properly deal with the central problem areas of their dysfunction. Whether it is self-injury, the feeling of emptiness or coming to terms with traumatic experiences, it is always possible to avoid sinking into a BPD state. Christiane Tilly and Andreas Knuf have evaluated the experiences of numerous »Borderliners« and identify how to find and use one's self-help potential.

Proven crisis companions such as the »First-aid kit« and the numerous other specific tips in this book make it a rich source of information for anyone who wants to be more independent and make positive steps forward with or without therapeutic support.

Reviews:
»A definitive work!« 
Für Sie (large circ. German women's magazine)

The authors:
Andreas Knuf, born 1966, psychological psychotherapist, worked for a crisis intervention service in Munich and later in a psychiatric day clinic. Since 2001 he has worked for the Swiss foundation Pro Mente Sana in Zurich, Switzerland. Numerous publications.
Christiane Tilly, working as a graduate pedagogue in a psychiatric clinic, personal experience with BPD.

First published in 2007, 6th print-run 2012, ISBN 978-3-86739-004-0, 224 Pages, € 14.90

Original title: »Borderline: Das Selbsthilfebuch«




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