Das Eindringen der Emotionellen Pest in die heutige antiautoritäre Gesellschaftsordnung

Das Eindringen der Emotionellen Pest in die heutige antiautoritäre Gesellschaftsordnung

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  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

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    Journal of Orgonomy

    Volume 55 no. 1

    Dear Reader,

    Emotional health is uniquely fragile in the young. This issue of the Journal features several case studies that focus on adolescents, and one that discusses the treatment of an infant. These articles, and others in this issue, illustrate the ease with which healthy impulses can be derailed and the efficacy and promise of medical orgone therapy in restoring health.

    A case from Alberto Foglia, M.D. recounts the successful treatment of a five-month-old girl who suffered from agitation and severe insomnia. Dee Apple, Ph.D. shares a case involving a challenging adolescent boy, highlighting the importance of building and safeguarding a patient’s trust. In a case from Susan Marcel, D.O., in which she treats an adolescent girl who suffered a psychotic breakdown, the depth of contact between patient and therapist allowed therapy to progress even online during the early days of the Covid pandemic. Jackie Bosworth, M.D. shares a brief and moving encounter with an emotionally disturbed and developmentally disabled 14-year-old boy. A case from Theodata Chasapi, M.D. illustrates that love relationships, like individuals, are more vulnerable in their early stages and must be protected from unhealthy interference. The case studies conclude with a short article from Chris Burritt, D.O. that addresses the emotional health of a mother in “A Family Deals with Its Emotions, Part III.”

    In her series, “The Emotional Plague in Everyday Life,” Virginia L. Whitener, Ph.D. explores how the emotional plague manifests and spreads, offering insights and practical solutions to protect healthy Life. A brief article from Philip Heller, M.D. demonstrates that the emotional plague can be thwarted when individuals become aware of their own plague reactions. Alexis Packer, Esq. rounds out the series with a look at the rise of disrespect for authority and its destructive consequences.

    If you do not already subscribe to the Journal, this is your opportunity to do so. In addition, when you subscribe or renew, the ACO will provide you with a free one-year electronic subscription that can be given to anyone you choose. Call (732) 821-1144 or email aco@orgonomy.org or subscribe today online at the ACO store.

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