Psychiatric Times. Vol. 25 No. 6
The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual: A Clinically Useful Complement to DSM
By Nancy McWilliams, PhD | May 1, 2008
Dr McWilliams teaches psychoanalytical theory and therapy at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She was associate editor of the PDM.
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