How Personality Disorders Drive Family Court Litigation

I was aboriginal apparent to the abstraction of personality disorders in 1980 if I was in training as a therapist at the San Diego Adolescent Guidance Clinic at Childrens' Hospital. The DSM-III had just arise out and Axis II of the 5 analytic categories appropriate the therapist to analyze the attendance or absence of a personality disorder. (The accepted DSM-IV uses the aforementioned approach.) I bound abstruse (often the harder way) that the presenting problems on Axis I (e.g. depression,