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Self-Determination Theory in the ClinicMotivating Physical and Mental Health$
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Kennon Sheldon, Geoffrey Williams, and Thomas Joiner

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780300095449

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300095449.001.0001

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Supporting Self-Determination the Treatment of Mood and Personality Disorders

Supporting Self-Determination the Treatment of Mood and Personality Disorders

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(p.165) 10 Supporting Self-Determination the Treatment of Mood and Personality Disorders
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Self-Determination Theory in the Clinic
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Kennon M. Sheldon

Geoffrey Williams

Thomas Joiner

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300095449.003.0010

This chapter looks at how self-determination comes into play in treating personality disorders and mood disorders. It begins with a discussion of Jean-Etienne Esquirol, who describes and comments on the nine symptoms of a “major depression.” The chapter then shifts to some of the possible treatments and shows that these are clearly compatible and can be enhanced by self-determination principles. Two effective psychotherapies are discussed: interpersonal psychotherapy and the cognitive-behavioral analysis system of psychotherapy.

Keywords:   personality disorders, mood disorders, Jean-Etienne Esquirol, depression, interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral analysis, psychotherapy

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