David Holbrook, M.D.: Zittern vor Liebe


Zittern vor Liebe

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    American College of Orgonomy

    Interview with

    Dee Apple, Ph.D.

    A Little Dragon and Her Therapist:

    Longing for Contact

    Saturday, January 21, 2023 at 4:00 PM

    The ACO’s Case Presentation Series, A Different Kind of Psychiatry, continues with a free webinar on Saturday, January 21, 2023, from 4:00PM to 5:00PM (EST). Dee Apple, Ph.D. will present, “A Little Dragon and Her Therapist: Longing for Contact”

    in a discussion with interviewer/host Peter A. Crist, M.D. During this presentation, you will have the opportunity to submit questions privately using the Q and A function on Zoom. Questions will be addressed during the Q and A portion of the webinar. Please note that as an attendee you will not be seen or heard on screen and you can choose to submit a question anonymously. 

    Why did you choose to present this topic? 

    Dr. Apple: I thought it would be interesting to talk about a challenging and provocative, yet delightful little eight-year-old girl. In my 40 plus years of working with children, I’ve never had a child patient quite like Inaya. She was whip-smart and quick, missing nothing, emotionally deep but suspicious of adults. And despite her obvious intelligence, at eight years old she was not reading or writing. Her emotional sensitivity, reactivity, oppositionality and refusal to cooperate with teachers had endangered her education. 

    She had already been seen previously by two therapists with no progress, so this was a formidable situation. However, her liveliness and difficult, defensive presentation made her both a thrill and a real challenge to work with therapeutically. 

    What treatment approach did you use with this patient?

    Dr. Apple: Characteranalytic child psychotherapy, with an emphasis on following her lead, building trust and a sense of safety for Inaya in the therapeutic relationship.

    What do you hope people will learn from your presentation?

    Dr. Apple: There is hope in even difficult child situations. And, with parental understanding and support—while child therapy takes time—the results can be very effective and far-reaching in a young person’s life. 

    Register today: January 21st Registration Link

    Many of the ACO’s past webinars are available for viewing on the ACO’s YouTube channel: ACO YouTube Channel Link


    American College of Orgonomy



    About Dee Apple, Ph.D.

    Dr. Apple is a licensed clinical psychologist in New Jersey. He is a member of the Board of Regents of the American College of Orgonomy, and is a Clinical Associate at the ACO. He maintains a private practice in Princeton, NJ, working with children, adolescents, adults and couples. He is also a member of the counseling and psychological services team at the Lawrenceville School. Dr. Apple received his BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He received his Ph.D. at the University of South Dakota. He is on the faculty of the ACO’s social orgonomy training program and is also director of the College’s CORE research group. He has published articles in the Journal of Orgonomy. 

    About Peter A. Crist, M.D.

    Dr. Crist graduated from UCLA with an AB in Zoology and an MD degree. He is board certified in psychiatry, internal medicine, and medical orgonomy. He is in private practice in central New Jersey where he treats infants, children, adults, couples, and families. Dr. Crist is also president of the ACO, a non-profit, educational and scientific organization. He is on the faculty of the ACO training program for medical orgonomists and is chairman of the social orgonomy training committee and on its faculty, as well. Dr. Crist has spoken in the US and abroad on a wide range of topics and has published numerous articles in the Journal of Orgonomy.

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