David Holbrook, M.D.: SECHS IRRTÜMER BEI POLITISCHEN DISKUSSIONEN / DIE KUNST DER KOMMUNIKATION BEI POLITISCHEN DISKUSSIONEN / HUMOR / DIE SPIELREGELN

 

DAVID HOLBROOK, M.D.:

 

Sechs Irrtümer bei politischen Diskussionen

 

Die Kunst der Kommunikation bei politischen Diskussionen

 

Humor

 

Die Spielregeln

 

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2 Antworten to “David Holbrook, M.D.: SECHS IRRTÜMER BEI POLITISCHEN DISKUSSIONEN / DIE KUNST DER KOMMUNIKATION BEI POLITISCHEN DISKUSSIONEN / HUMOR / DIE SPIELREGELN”

  1. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    Vier gerade nicht kurze Artikel sind einfach zu viel. Wie O. schon richtig anmerkte, man kann alles gar nicht richtig verarbeiten.

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    American College of Orgonomy
    Free On-line Webinar

    „Psychotherapy: A Place to Complain Productively“
    Interview with Philip Heller, M.D.

    July 23, 2020

    The ACO’s Case Presentation Series, A Different Kind of Psychiatry, continues with a free on-line webinar on Saturday, August 15, 2020, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Philip Heller, M.D. will present “Psychotherapy: A Place to Complain Productively.” Following the presentation, Peter A. Crist, M.D. will join Dr. Heller for a discussion, during which you will have the opportunity to ask questions via on-line chat.

    Dr. Heller, why did you choose to speak on this topic?

    Dr. Heller: When stress becomes intolerable people may respond destructively, which can disrupt and damage relationships. With the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic, anxiety and depression can be heightened, causing an increase in negative emotions and behaviors. I wanted to demonstrate that when destructive behaviors are kept within the boundaries of the psychotherapeutic relationship, negative consequences can be avoided.

    What was your therapeutic approach and what did the patient gain from the therapy?

    Dr. Heller: I began by helping the patient featured in my presentation see that a problem existed and I helped her determine the function of that problem. She thought that complaining to and criticizing her husband would reduce her anxiety. Instead, it resulted in her husband becoming more distant from her. This, in turn, brought back her anxiety.
    Over time, her being able to discharge negative feelings and behaviors in her therapy kept the criticism and complaining away from her husband. This proved quite helpful for her marital relationship and for her other symptoms, which I’ll discuss at the webinar.

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

    Dr. Heller: When the therapist understands the emotional structure of the patient and the function of their complaints, the discharge of underlying negative emotions and behaviors can safely help the patient move ahead within the therapeutic relationship. This can also provide relief of the patient’s symptoms as well as improve his or her relationship with others.

    The webinar will be facilitated by Zoom and will last approximately one hour.

    Attendance is free. Registration is required. Save your seat by registering today:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_B5CiJxfbSoGJzyV2hnMzag

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