1: Historical and theoretical background of MBT-G 2: Main principles of MBT-G 3: The MBT-G adherence and quality rating scale (MBT-G-AQS) 4: The items of MBT-G-AQS 5: Transcript of an entire MBT-G session References Appendix 1 Appendix 2
Sigmund Karterud served as head of the Research Group for Personality Psychiatry at University of Oslo and for the Norwegian Network of Personality Oriented Treatment Programs in Norway. His Department for Personality Psychiatry includes a MBT quality laboratory and the National Competence Service for Personality Psychiatry which serves as a consultant agency for the Ministry of Health and coordinates education and training in assessment and treatment of personality disorders in Norway. He is trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, in particular self psychology, group analysis and mentalization-based treatment (MBT). He is head of the Norwegian Institute for Mentalization and involved in MBT training and research. He has a unique clinical background as former training group analyst and current MBT trainer, combined with extensive research experience in the field of personality disorders.
This book is a long-awaited, comprehensive manual for mentalisation-based group therapy. . . [it] is a proficient and explicit training tool, ensuring reliability of implementation and therefore the potential for research. * Camilla Matthews, Art Psychotherapist and Group Analyst, www.therapytoday.net *