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In clinical psychology there is a growing consensus about the deficiencies of the categorical diagnosis system in relation to personality disorders (PD). It is a critical model since it has showed to be insufficient to cover the dysfunctional experience of the patient, classifying and excluding both fundamental and idiosyncratic aspects of her or him. Consequently, problems arise when assessing the consultants and designing specific interventions. When there are so many difficulties in applyingdoi:10.26439/persona2020.n023(1).4830 fatcat:fwrwzcfwarejlhglufoigxgaoe