Australian MBT Papers
Guidelines for individuals and organisations to understand requirements to meet competency in MBT
Stuchbery M. Mentalisation-Based Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder .The Acparian 2014: July Issue 9: 34-37
Daubney M and Bateman A. Mentalization-based therapy (MBT): an overview. Australasian Psychiatry 2015: 23 (2); 132-136
Howieson, J.A. & Priddis, L.E. A mentalizing-based approach to family mediation: harnessing our fundamental capacity to resolve conflict and building an evidence-based practice for the field. Family Court Review 2015: 53 (1): 79-95
King K, Priddis L.E & Kane R.T. Enhancing maternal sensitivity and emotional wellbeing through a preventative parent-child relationship intervention in a community setting. Journal of Child and Family Studies 2015: 24(6): 1582-1592
Recommended readings on Mentalization Based Treatment
Asen E and Fonagy P. Mentalizing Family Violence Part 1: Conceptual Framework. Family Process 2017: 56 (1); 6-21
Asen E and Fonagy P. Mentalizing Family Violence Part 2: Techniques and Interventions. Family Process 2017: 56 (1); 22-24
Bateman A. and P. Fonagy (2016). Mentalization based treatment for personality disorders: A practical guide. Oxford , UK, Oxford University Press.
Bateman A and P. Fonagy. Mentalization based treatment for borderline personality disorder. World Psychiatry 2010: 9: 11-15
Bleiberg E. Mentalizing –Based Treatment with Adolescents and Families.
Child Adolesc Psychiatric Clin N Am 2013: 22; 295–330
Fonagy P, Luyten P, Strathearn L. Borderline Personality Disorder, Mentalization, and the Neurobiology of Attachment. Infant Mental Health Journal 2011: 32 (1): 47-69