DEPENDENCY NEEDS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA

by Richard J. Kosciejew


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/6/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781477295588

About the Book

In recent decades an increasing number of psych-analytic investigators have tried to fathom the nature and origin of schizophrenia ‘from within.’ Unlike other psychiatric methods, psycho-analytic investigation of these seriously disturbed patients imposes intense stresses on the investigator - there are the primitive emotions released, the painfully slow process in which anxiety-laden changes can be attempted by the patient, and there is the constant struggle for the analyst to elucidate a pattern of significance within the at times baffling phenomena. For the pioneer, these endeavours are heroic and it is little wonder that few psychiatrist’s have ventured into these realms.


About the Author

Richard John Kosciejew, German-born Canadian who takes residence in the city of Toronto, Canada, his father was a butcher and holding of five children. Richard, the second born, received his public school training within the playground of Alexander Muir Public School, then moving into the secondary level of Ontario’s educational system for being taught at Central Technical School. Finding that his thirst, of an increasing vexation for what is Truth and Knowledge were to be quenched in the relief of mind, body and soul. As gathering opportunities, he attended Centennial College, also the University of Toronto, and keeping at this pace, he attended the University of Western Ontario, situated in London, Ontario Canada. He had drawn heavy interests, besides Philosophy and Physics that his academic studies, however, in the Analyses were somewhat overpowering, none the less, during the criterion of analytical studies, and taking time to attend of the requiring academia, he completed his book "The Designing Theory of Transference." He is now living in Toronto and finds that the afforded efforts in his attemptive engagements are only to be achieved for what is obtainable in the secret reservoir of continuative phenomenons, for which we are to discover or rediscover in their essencity.