David Holbrook, M.D.: ORGONOTISCHE FUNKTIONEN IN DER KLINISCHEN SITUATION. DIE BIOENERGETISCHE EINHEIT VON PSYCHE UND SOMA (Teil 5)

 

DAVID HOLBROOK, M.D.:

 

Orgonotische Funktionen in der klinischen Situation. Die bioenergetische Einheit von Psyche und Soma

 

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  1. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    American College of Orgonomy

    A Different Kind of Psychiatry
    Case Presentation Series

    Saturday, February 29, 2020
    „Treating the Negative Effects of Permissive Parenting“
    Alberto Foglia, M.D.

    The ACO’s Case Presentation Series, A Different Kind of Psychiatry, continues on Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 11:00 am to noon at the ACO campus in Princeton, NJ. Alberto Foglia, M.D. will present the case of a young boy whose therapy began at the age of three.

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

    Dr. Foglia: „Mario, a three-year-old boy, suffered from problems of impulse control both at home and school. His mother described her son as ‚An aggressive, agitated, hyperactive child who had difficulty concentrating, remaining seated in his chair, and listening to others.‘ This was confirmed by his preschool teacher who complained about Mario’s impulsive and abusive behavior towards other children. Mario’s mother had been in individual therapy with me for many years, which markedly helped her understand his need for help.“

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

    Dr. Foglia: „The severe nature of Mario’s condition became more evident once Mario, accompanied by his mother in the session, began medical orgone therapy with me. During the first session Mario was separated from his mother by a few feet. This brought out a display of the severe symbiotic attachment problem Mario had with her. She was unable to resolve the situation and deal with her son’s intense emotions. When she timidly tried to do so, Mario exhibited intense rage, hatred and fear. Their relationship was destructive for both of them and my treatment required working mainly with the mother to encourage her to become more confident and assertive when dealing with her son.

    Once she understood that her stand against violent and disrespectful behavior had to be total and convincing, Mario’s mother became unequivocal and assertive and Mario’s behavior improved dramatically. The therapy continued for almost one year and the mother reported the progression of Mario’s steadily improving behavior, positive feedback from the preschool teacher, as well as a new feeling of tenderness toward his family and they for him.

    The separation difficulty between Mario and his mother is reminiscent of a case made famous by Jane Goodall in her research and observations in Gombe, Africa. Goodall described the case of the young chimp, Flint, who presented a similar attachment disorder with his mother Flo–which ultimately caused Flint’s premature death. It is very interesting to see the parallels between the causes of these attachment problems; the biological weakness in chimps (Flo, Flint’s mother) and the emotional weakness in Mario’s mother.“

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

    Dr. Foglia: „Medical orgone therapy can effectively address and treat disordered childhood functioning. Child-rearing is not only a psychological and social function; it is also a biological function; it deals with emotions, sensations and instincts. The positive outcome of this case confirms that early therapeutic intervention in children is so important.“

    Chris Burritt, D.O. will join Dr. Foglia for the open discussion.

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

    American College of Orgonomy
    http://www.orgonomy.org

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