David Holbrook, M.D.: MEDIZINISCHE ORGONTHERAPIE IN DER KONVENTIONELLEN PSYCHIATRISCHEN PRAXIS (Teil 2)

 

DAVID HOLBROOK, M.D.:

 

Medizinische Orgontherapie in der konventionellen psychiatrischen Praxis

 

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2 Antworten to “David Holbrook, M.D.: MEDIZINISCHE ORGONTHERAPIE IN DER KONVENTIONELLEN PSYCHIATRISCHEN PRAXIS (Teil 2)”

  1. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    „Die meisten medizinischen Orgonomen (zumindest die, die ich kenne und die meines Erachtens die besten und wirklich einzigen echten medizinischen Orgonomen auf der Erde sind)“

    Hier also der Unterschied zwischen echten und unechten medizinischen Orgonomen. Nur was sind die Kriterien? Jemand, der vom ACO ausgebildet wurde?

    „… heutzutage praktisch niemand mehr weiß, was Orgonomie ist. Die überwiegende Mehrheit der Patienten, die wir heute sehen, weiß nicht einmal, was MOT ist, und weiß nicht unbedingt, daß wir Orgonomen sind.“

    Da wird es aber Zeit, etwas mehr PR zu betreiben. Natürlich hängt es auch am Zeitgeist. Lowen schrieb einmal, in den Achtzigern wäre die Bioenergetische Analyse die weitverbreiteste Therapie in den USA gewesen. Zweifelhaft!

    „Die Pharmaindustrie ist nach der Ölindustrie die zweitgrößte Industrie auf der Erde, und sie hat sehr gute Arbeit geleistet, was das Hirnwaschen aller in ihr Paradigma betrifft.“

    Die wenigsten wissen, dass die Pharmaindustrie direkt aus der Ölindustrie entstand, als Rockefeller Investments für sein Geld suchte.
    https://www.gesundaufzellebene.de/die-geschichte-des-pharma-kartells/

    „All dieser Augenpanzer erzeugt in gewisser Weise einen „Haken“, der dem ähnelt, was man bei Schizophrenen oder bei Menschen sieht, bei denen schurkenhafte Körpertherapeuten den Panzer in den unteren Segmenten entfernt haben.“

    Da diese nicht von Oben nach Unten arbeiten, wie eigentlich alle Körpertherapien. Nur warum Schurken? Eher doch Ahnungslosigkeit.

    „Man kann schnell spektakuläre Ergebnisse erzielen und das ist sowohl für den Patienten als auch für den Therapeuten äußerst verführerisch.“

    Ja, beide wollen schnell Ergebnisse. Aber bei dem Therapeuten befriedigt es nur seinen Narzissmus und das zeigt seine Schwäche – gerade bei eingebildeten oder selbsternannten.

    „Raubkopie von „Orgonom“ „.

    Harte Worte. Aber es trifft den Kern, weil sie stehlen den Titel und sparen sich die Arbeit und den Schweiß, die lange und schwere Ausbildung zu machen.

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Wilhelm Reich spelled out the core life functions in his famous statement, „Love, work and knowledge are the wellsprings of our life. They should also govern it.“ All three of them have been severely affected for everyone during the coronavirus pandemic. We recently touched on the particular importance of love relationships during the coronavirus pandemic in our recent short piece on the misnomer of „social distancing.“ Last month’s US1 article, „Dealing with Pandemic Panic“ addressed the vital need for productive work and knowledge as ways to help manage pandemic panic.

    Orgonomy has much to offer in these difficult times. The developing field of social orgonomy shows that structures naturally organize in the social realm around each of these three areas: love, work and knowledge. Families support the love function; work organizations and companies promote the function of work; and schools and other educational institutions support the function of knowledge. But right now, these areas are impacted by the current restrictions which, though they keep the virus at bay, affect satisfaction in all three key areas.

    As well, we have been prevented from continuing our public and semi-public educational events and training seminars. Nevertheless, we decided we must continue our core function and last weekend, on Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5, we held our regularly scheduled social orgonomy and medical orgonomy training seminars via videoconferencing. That approach provided the added bonus of easily including our members from Switzerland and Greece who under ordinary circumstances can rarely attend our meetings in person.

    The current shutdown of public events has given us an opportunity to gain experience with a new approach to disseminating information and making contact with our public. Until we can safely return to in-person meetings and events, we will hold many of them through on-line video conferencing and webinars. This also presents an opportunity to attract more people to participate on-line than could ordinarily come to our physical home.

    See below for information about our first and second on-line public presentations in our „Different Kind of Psychiatry“ Case Presentation Series. As we revive our postponed roster of public events and develop others with this new format, watch for additional e-mail announcements and check for follow-up information on our website to be kept up-to-date and informed about when our next public events, either virtual or in-person, will take place.

    We wish you all good health and hope you may continue to benefit from the knowledge that Wilhelm Reich developed and that we continue to utilize and expand at the American College of Orgonomy. Rest assured that we are especially energized about what we have to offer during these difficult times. Our functional approach and broad range of knowledge is needed now more than ever.

    Peter A. Crist, M.D.
    President, American College of Orgonomy

    We are pleased to let you know that our A Different Kind of Psychiatry Case Presentation Series will be available for the first time as a free webinar on Saturday, April 18, from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, when Peter A. Crist, M.D. will present, „Dealing with Pandemic Panic: The Fresh Approach of Medical Orgone Therapy.“

    Dr. Crist will speak about how his patients are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and how as a therapist he has effectively adapted the tools of medical orgone therapy for use by phone or video.

    Following the presentation, Chris Burritt, D.O. will join Dr. Crist for a discussion, during which you will have the opportunity to ask questions live or by on-line chat.

    Next month the A Different Kind of Psychiatry Case Presentation Series will return to our original schedule on Saturday, May 16 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, when Howard Chavis, M.D. will present a free webinar, „What’s Eating You? First Aid for Eating Disturbances in Medical Illness.“ Following the presentation, Susan Marcel, D.O. will join Dr. Chavis for a discussion during which you will have the opportunity to ask them questions live or by on-line chat.

    We are presently working on setting up the technical aspects of the presentations and will send an e-mail update with the registration information as soon as it is available. The information will also be posted on our website. For questions, call the office at (732) 821-1144.

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