Myanmar's Muslims: The Oppressed of the Oppressed
"The main strategy in the transference focused pychotherapy (TFP) of boarderline personality organization consists in the facilitation of the (re)activation in the treatment of split-off internalized object relations of contrasting persecutory and idealized natures that are then observed and interpreted in the transference. TFP is carried out in face-to-face sessions, a minimum of two and usually not more than three sessions a week."--Manual.
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