Der Durchbruch der Emotionellen Pest durch die soziale Oberfläche

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Der Durchbruch der Emotionellen Pest durch die soziale Oberfläche

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4 Antworten to “Der Durchbruch der Emotionellen Pest durch die soziale Oberfläche”

  1. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    A Different Kind of Psychiatry
    Case Presentation Series

    Saturday, February 8, 2020
    „Treatment of a Boy with Manic Depressive Character“
    Edward Chastka, M.D.

    There are still seats available for „Treatment of a Boy with Manic Depressive Character“ this Saturday, February 8, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the ACO campus in Princeton, NJ. Edward Chastka, M.D., will present the case of a young boy whose therapy began at the age of eight.

    Dr. Chastka, what prompted your patient’s parents to bring him to you for treatment?

    Dr. Chastka: „Larry was an energetic and imaginative boy whose parents described him as ‚the best kid, he’s adult-like, he sees the big picture.‘ At the same time, he was also hyperactive, irritable, and emotionally unstable. His mind raced, he was unable to fall asleep, and recently, he had become defiant of his parents‘ authority. His parents brought him to therapy with me because they were unable to cope with these problems. They did not understand how their relationship with their son had devolved into repeated rounds of fruitless arguments and ineffective punishments.“

    What did the patient and his family gain most from the therapy?

    Dr. Chastka: „My treatment required working through Larry’s superficial defenses of excessive talking and hyperactivity in order to reach and understand the misery that was concealed beneath. Larry did not listen to his parents because his mind was so busy, causing him to make poor decisions and act impulsively. Instead of escalating a conflict by punishing him, I encouraged his mother to let Larry know she was in charge and it was important for him to listen to her.“

    „It was necessary to help the parents see that their son was not a bad kid, but a boy with a high level of energy and creativity who suffered from high energy, deep sadness and severe anxiety that he was unable to adequately control or express. With this understanding, his parents discovered different ways to help their son handle his destructive impulses and express his lively and caring nature by enrolling him in sports activities and theatre classes. These activities assisted in the redirection of Larry’s energy in a positive way.“

    What do you hope people will take away from your presentation?

    Dr. Chastka: „Medical orgone therapy offers a different way to alleviate severe clinical symptoms and can often be effective in a short period of time with children. It is important to understand the value of the kind of character diagnoses used in medical orgone therapy for both treatment and understanding of the prognosis. In Larry’s case, the character diagnosis allowed a clearer approach to therapy and was useful in educating his parents how best to help him in the present as well as giving them an idea of what they might expect in the future.“

    Salvatore Iacobello, M.D. will join Dr. Chastka for the open discussion.

    The series is FREE to attend. To register in advance call (732) 821-1144, email, or register online.

    American College of Orgonomy

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Orson Bean, Mitbegründer des ACO, ist tot!

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