S

Safety behaviors, 201 Safran, Jeremy D., 155 Salters-Pedneault, Kristalyn, 211 SASB, see Structural Analysis of Social

Behavior Schema Focused Therapy, 287 Schizoid PD patients, composite description of,

254-255 Schizophrenia, 3, 136

Schizotypal PD patients, composite description of, 255

SCID, see Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV

Science, 6

Scientific method, 16 Scientific mindedness, 95 Scientist-practitioner model, 88 Scientist-practitioner recommendation, 87 Scott, Lori N., 269 Secondary traumatization, 221 Self-acceptance, 165, 166 Self-blame, 259, 262 Self-care, therapist, 221-222 Self-compassion, 163 Self-correction, 35 Self-critical directives, 175 Self-defeating verbalizations, 113 Self-destructive acts, 281

Self-destructive tendencies, 247 Self-disclosure, 222-223 Self-efficacy, 177, 178, 227 Self-esteem, 215

Self-exploration process, 161, 163, 165, 166 Self perception, 38 Self-reflection, capacity for, 139 Self-report questionnaires, 234, 237 Self-schemas, 173, 175 Seligman, Martin, 72 Selves Questionnaire, 173 Separation, 180

Separation anxiety disorder, 193-194 Sexual assault victims, 222 Shedler, Jonathan, 233 Shedler-Westen Assessment Procedure

(SWAP), personality diagnosis with, 233-268

borderline personality pathology, 240-243 case illustration, 244-249

assessing change in therapy, 248-249 narrative case description, 246-248 PD diagnosis, 245-246 integrating science and practice, 263 problem with clinical data, 238 reason for revising Axis II, 235-238 reliability and validity, 249-251 standard vocabulary for case description,

238-240 toward DSM-V, 252-262 antisocial PD, 259 anxious cluster, 259

discussion of empirical findings, 259-262 dramatic cluster, 253 identifying core features of PDs, 252 method, 252 odd cluster, 253 paranoid PD, 253 results, 252 treatment implications, 243-244 Short-term dynamic psychotherapy (STDP), 167 Shoulds, 174

Situational emotional exposure, 203

Slips, analysis of, 112

Social expectations, 94

Social perception, 38

Social phobia, 193-194

Social psychology, 91-92, 117

Social situations, 92

Society for Clinical Psychology, 57

Socratic Questioning, 95

Spider phobic, 117

Splitting, 240, 241, 243

SPT, see Supportive psychotherapy State Medicaid programs, 52 STDP, see Short-term dynamic psychotherapy STEPPS, see Systems Training for Emotional Predictability and Problem Solving Sterba, Richard, 156 Stress-related paranoid ideation, 244 Structural Analysis of Social Behavior (SASB), 54

Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV

(SCID), 244 Structured interview, 234 STS, see Systematic Treatment Selection Stuck-points, 225 Student readings, 63 Substance abuse, 212

borderline personality disorder and, 269 disorders, 58, 146, 177 Suicide completion rate, borderline personality disorder and, 269 Supportive psychotherapy (SPT), 285 SWAP, see Shedler-Westen Assessment

Procedure, personality diagnosis with Symptom change measures, 144 Systematic Treatment Selection (STS), 132, 143, 145

Systems Training for Emotional Predictability and Problem Solving (STEPPS), 275

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