Affiliation: St. Ann's Hospital
- Comorbid antisocial and borderline personality disorders: mentalization-based treatmentAnthony Bateman
Halliwick Unit, St Ann s Hospital, London, UK
J Clin Psychol 64:181-94. 2008..A patient with ASPD does not have mental pain associated with another's state of mind; thus, to generate conflict in ASPD by thinking about the victim will typically be ineffective in inducing behavior change...
- 8-year follow-up of patients treated for borderline personality disorder: mentalization-based treatment versus treatment as usualAnthony Bateman
Halliwick Unit, St Ann s Hospital, Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health Trust, London, UK N15 3TH
Am J Psychiatry 165:631-8. 2008....
- Health service utilization costs for borderline personality disorder patients treated with psychoanalytically oriented partial hospitalization versus general psychiatric careAnthony Bateman
Halliwick Day Unit, St Ann s Hospital, St Ann s Road, London N15 3TH, UK
Am J Psychiatry 160:169-71. 2003..The authors assessed health care costs associated with psychoanalytically oriented partial hospital treatment for borderline personality disorder compared with treatment as usual within general psychiatric services...
- The development of borderline personality disorder--a mentalizing modelPeter Fonagy
Sud Department of Clinica Health Psychology, University College London, London, UK
J Pers Disord 22:4-21. 2008..The model has clinical implications and suggests that the aim of treatment is not only to encourage development of mentalizing but also to facilitate its maintenance when the attachment system is stimulated...
- [Comorbid antisocial and borderline personality disorders: mentalization-based treatment]Anthony Bateman
Halliwick Unit, St Ann s Hospital, London, UK
Prax Kinderpsychol Kinderpsychiatr 59:477-95. 2010..A patient with ASPD does not have mental pain associated with another's state of mind; thus, to generate conflict in ASPD by thinking about the victim will typically be ineffective in inducing behavior change...
- Psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder: mentalization based therapy and cognitive analytic therapy comparedAnthony W Bateman
Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health Trust and University College, London, UK
Int Rev Psychiatry 19:51-62. 2007..Where our views diverge significantly, the reader will have some of the evidence on which to make a personal choice...
- Psychotherapy: a new eraAnthony Bateman
Royal Free and University College Medical Schools, Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health Trusts, St Ann s Hospital, London
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 37:512-4. 2003
- Randomized controlled trial of outpatient mentalization-based treatment versus structured clinical management for borderline personality disorderAnthony Bateman
Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy, Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust, Halliwick Psychological Therapies Service, St Ann s Hospital, St Ann s Road, London
Am J Psychiatry 166:1355-64. 2009....
- Mentalizing mediates the relationship between psychopathy and type of aggression in schizophreniaSune Bo
Department of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychiatric Research Unit, Region Zealand, Denmark School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK Department of Child and Adolescence Psychiatry and Psychiatric Research Unit, Region Zealand, Denmark Early Psychosis Intervention Center, Region Zealand, Denmark and Psychoanalysis Unit, University College London, London, UK
J Nerv Ment Dis 202:55-63. 2014..This study is the first to report a mediating effect of mentalizing on the relationship between psychopathy and type of aggression in schizophrenia. Implications of these results are discussed. ..
- Impact of clinical severity on outcomes of mentalisation-based treatment for borderline personality disorderAnthony Bateman
Halliwick Personality Disorder Service and Anna Freud Centre, St Ann s Hospital, St Ann s Road, London, UK
Br J Psychiatry 203:221-7. 2013..Evidence of remission from borderline personality disorder (BPD) without specialised treatment is accumulating...
- Dedicated community-based services for adults with personality disorder: Delphi studyMike J Crawford
Department of Psychological Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, London, UK
Br J Psychiatry 193:342-3. 2008..Further work needs to be undertaken before the optimal organisation of dedicated personality disorder services can be agreed...
- Patients' characteristics, outcome and cost-benefit of hospital-based treatment for patients with personality disorder: a comparison of three different programmesMarco Chiesa
The Cassel Hospital, London, UK
Psychol Psychother 75:381-92. 2002..These results suggest that referral of personality disorder for in-patient or day hospital treatment is less influenced by severity of problem than had previously been supposed and may depend more on availability of treatment facility...
- The widening scope of mentalizing: a discussionPeter Fonagy
Psychoanalysis Unit, University College London, London, UK
Psychol Psychother 84:98-110. 2011..Our discussion will look at each paper in turn, but bring ideas and findings from the other papers into focus when relevant...
- Case formulation in psychotherapy: revitalizing its usefulness as a clinical toolKang Sim
McLean Hospital Harvard Medical School, Belmont, MA 02467, USA
Acad Psychiatry 29:289-92. 2005....
- Alternative perspectives on psychodynamic psychotherapy of borderline personality disorder: the case of "Ellen"John G Gunderson
McLean Hospital Center for Treatment and Research on Borderline Personality Disorder, Belmont, MA 02478, USA
Am J Psychiatry 164:1333-9. 2007
- The use of transference in dynamic psychotherapyAnthony Bateman
Am J Psychiatry 164:680; author reply 680. 2007
- Progress in the treatment of borderline personality disorderPeter Fonagy
Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, Sub Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK
Br J Psychiatry 188:1-3. 2006..Clinicians should be optimistic about improvement and long-term outcomes...