David Holbrook, M.D.: DER MOB, STATUEN, SKLAVEREI UND DEMOKRATIE / ACHTEN SIE NICHT AUF DEN MANN HINTER DEM VORHANG: EIN LETZTER VERZWEIFELTER TRICK DER LINKEN / ÜBER REVOLUTIONÄRE LEIDENSCHAFTEN UND KONSERVATIVE VORBEHALTE / BEKENNTNISSE EINES SELBSTMORDGEFÄHRDETEN ANTIFASCHISTISCHEN ÖKO-FREAKS

 

DAVID HOLBROOK, M.D.:

 

Der Mob, Statuen, Sklaverei und Demokratie

 

Achten Sie nicht auf den Mann hinter dem Vorhang: ein letzter verzweifelter Trick der Linken – die faschistische Ideologie des „systemischen Rassismus“

 

Über revolutionäre Leidenschaften und konservative Vorbehalte

 

Bekenntnisse eines selbstmordgefährdeten antifaschistischen Öko-Freaks

 

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4 Antworten to “David Holbrook, M.D.: DER MOB, STATUEN, SKLAVEREI UND DEMOKRATIE / ACHTEN SIE NICHT AUF DEN MANN HINTER DEM VORHANG: EIN LETZTER VERZWEIFELTER TRICK DER LINKEN / ÜBER REVOLUTIONÄRE LEIDENSCHAFTEN UND KONSERVATIVE VORBEHALTE / BEKENNTNISSE EINES SELBSTMORDGEFÄHRDETEN ANTIFASCHISTISCHEN ÖKO-FREAKS”

  1. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    Wurde nicht der Vorhang-Text schon hier verlinkt?

    https://nachrichtenbrief.com/2020/07/04/achten-sie-nicht-auf-den-mann-hinter-dem-vorhang/

  2. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    Der Versuch, Amerika zu stürzen
    von Guy Millière

    https://de.gatestoneinstitute.org/16441/amerika-stuerzen

    Dr. Guy Millière, ein Professor an der Universität von Paris, ist der Autor von 27 Büchern über Frankreich und Europa.

  3. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    American College of Orgonomy
    Free On-line Webinar
    
    „Does Traditional Psychiatry Help Our Patients?“
    Interview with Salvatore Iacobello, M.D.

    The ACO’s Case Presentation Series, A Different Kind of Psychiatry, continues with a free on-line webinar on Saturday, September 12, 2020, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Salvatore Iacobello, M.D., will present “Does Traditional Psychiatry Help Our Patients?” Following the presentation, Dee Apple Ph.D., will moderate the discussion, during which you will have the opportunity to ask questions via on-line chat.

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

    Dr. Iacobello: “This is the story of an adolescent who’d been caught in a cycle of angry outbursts and despair leading to multiple hospitalizations and ongoing psychological and behavioral deterioration. During one of his hospitalizations when I met with Mark and his parents, I was very aware of his characterological and biophysical presentations. His body posture was rigid and he did not make direct eye contact with anyone. I saw an opportunity to undertake a different approach to treatment instead of one based on the standard psychiatric evaluation.”

    “I explained to Mark and his family that the therapy I perform in my private practice focuses on emotional and physical work and evaluation, which cannot be used in a hospital setting where the scope of my responsibilities is limited to medication management. Fortunately, his parents expressed the desire to have their son continue treatment with me once he was discharged from the hospital.”

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

    Dr. Iacobello: “When Mark and his family came to my office, I focused on rapidly gaining Mark’s trust so that we could have a strong therapeutic relationship. To this end I made sure I didn’t criticize him or tell him what to do. I focused on his body language and general emotional expression, helping him connect his physical demeanor with what he was feeling.”

    “As an example, I had him slowly move his neck as he looked around the room. He told me that just the act of doing this helped him feel calmer and brought him a sense of relief.”

    “As I gained Mark’s cooperation, he became less guarded, not putting up his ‘wall’ with all its behavioral manifestations. Over time, Mark responded well to this approach and ultimately developed an ongoing therapeutic relationship with me. He continued to make an effort in therapy, showing more feeling and a desire to get better.”

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

    Dr. Iacobello: “I would like participants to see the unique aspects of medical orgone therapy (MOT), which utilizes an approach to mental health care that is centered on the patient’s bio-emotional functioning instead of the traditional psychiatric approach that uses a list of symptoms and dysfunctional behaviors. Emotional energy needs to be released in the full expression of emotions if one wants to obtain a lasting therapeutic response. Working with Mark was a wonderful experience because of the changes I witnessed using this approach.”

    “Nowadays, effective individual therapy is seldom practiced during psychiatric hospitalizations. It is frustrating seeing patients approached in a mechanical and standardized manner, knowing there is another way to handle mental health care. I would like to see MOT utilized more as a primary treatment form in the future. It is my feeling that when using this kind of treatment, more can be achieved to help patients like Mark.”

    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_CWd403WjQh6Ylm0Ys_-pJw

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

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