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A holistic (horney) approach to the psychoses: The schizophrenias

A holistic (horney) approach to the psychoses: The schizophrenias A HOLISTIC (HORNEY) APPROACH TO THE PSYCHOSES: THE SCHIZOPHRENIAS JACK L. ROBINS PART I SOCIOCULTURAL~ DEVELOPMENTAL AND PSYCHOGENETIC FACTORS T aAS BEEN said, and I believe justly, that referred to the holistic psychoanalyst than the whoever knows schizophrenia, knows all neurotic, a lingering effect of the traditional analytic position. Some analysts were reluc- psychiatry. The great importance of this group of psychoses cannot be overestimated, tant to accept such patients, even when they and it is becoming even greater with changes were referred, because the major therapeutic tools with which they were most familiair in present social conditions, and in the re- suiting form of psychiatric and psychoana- were thought to be applicable only to the lytic practice. This significance has been re- neurosis; and they felt, therefore, that the flected in the tremendous volume of papers consequent technical difficulties which arose on these psychoses and the infinite amount could not he adequately handled. Some ana- lysts were "purists" and reluctant to "dilute" of effort and thought they represent. But in attempting to review this body of literature, the theory, either in its practical application one is left with a feeling of confusion about or its theoretical aspects, since http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Springer Journals

A holistic (horney) approach to the psychoses: The schizophrenias

The American Journal of Psychoanalysis , Volume 29 (2): 16 – Sep 1, 1969

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Springer Journals
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1969 The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
ISSN
0002-9548
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1573-6741
DOI
10.1007/BF01873846
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Abstract

A HOLISTIC (HORNEY) APPROACH TO THE PSYCHOSES: THE SCHIZOPHRENIAS JACK L. ROBINS PART I SOCIOCULTURAL~ DEVELOPMENTAL AND PSYCHOGENETIC FACTORS T aAS BEEN said, and I believe justly, that referred to the holistic psychoanalyst than the whoever knows schizophrenia, knows all neurotic, a lingering effect of the traditional analytic position. Some analysts were reluc- psychiatry. The great importance of this group of psychoses cannot be overestimated, tant to accept such patients, even when they and it is becoming even greater with changes were referred, because the major therapeutic tools with which they were most familiair in present social conditions, and in the re- suiting form of psychiatric and psychoana- were thought to be applicable only to the lytic practice. This significance has been re- neurosis; and they felt, therefore, that the flected in the tremendous volume of papers consequent technical difficulties which arose on these psychoses and the infinite amount could not he adequately handled. Some ana- lysts were "purists" and reluctant to "dilute" of effort and thought they represent. But in attempting to review this body of literature, the theory, either in its practical application one is left with a feeling of confusion about or its theoretical aspects, since

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The American Journal of PsychoanalysisSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 1, 1969

Keywords: Clinical Psychology; Psychotherapy; Psychoanalysis

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