Bio

Dr. Nathan Bachrach is a clinical psychologist  at GGZ Oot Brabant and head of department of personality disorders and head of research  personality and trauma related disorders. Nathan is supervisor cognitive behavioral therapy and schema therapy. He treats clients with complex trauma and personality disorders. He is also deputy head  of  education of mental health care psychology  at RINO Zuid. Nathan performed his PhD research on the role of gender, attachment and autonomy in personality pathology at Tilburg University, where he currently is employed as an associate professor.

 

Expertise

personality disorders

trauma related disorders

applied research

single case

Onderwijs

personality disorders

PTSD

e-health

Vakken

Recente publicaties

  1. Group schema therapy for patients with cluster-c personality disorder…

    Bachrach, N., & Arntz, A. (2021). Group schema therapy for patients with cluster-c personality disorders: A case study on avoidant personality disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 77(5), 1233-1248.
  2. Delivering imagery rescripting via telehealth - Clinical concerns, be…

    Paulik, G., Maloney, G., Arntz, A., Bachrach, N., Koppeschaar, N., & McEvoy, P. (2021). Delivering imagery rescripting via telehealth: Clinical concerns, benefits and recommendations. Current Psychiatry Reports, 23, [24].
  3. The impact of childhood maltreatment on the severity of childhood-rel…

    Rameckers, S. A., van Emmerik, A. A. P., Bachrach, N., Lee, C. W., Morina, N., & Arntz, A. (2021). The impact of childhood maltreatment on the severity of childhood-related posttraumatic stress disorder in adults. Child Abuse and Neglect, 120, [105208].
  4. Improving access to and effectiveness of mental health care for perso…

    Hutsebaut, J., Willemsen, E., Bachrach, N., & Van, R. (2020). Improving access to and effectiveness of mental health care for personality disorders: The guideline-informed treatment for personality disorders (GIT-PD) initiative in the Netherlands. Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation, 7, [16].
  5. Accessibility of the mental representation of attachment figures in p…

    Karreman, A., Bachrach, N., Robeers, C. M. M. H., & Bekker, M. H. J. (2018). Accessibility of the mental representation of attachment figures in patients with anxiety and depressive symptoms. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 37(8), 607-627.

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