Dr. Dee Apple discusses his treatment of a young boy who was sensitive, self-conscious, and frozen in fear. It took many sessions for them to connect but with Dr. Apple’s understanding and encouragement young Alex was slowly able to come out of his shell and find his mojo. Listen in on a highlight of the audience discussion following the presentation.
Category Archives: psychiatry
Dr. Burritt interviews Peter Crist M.D. to answer the question of what is social orgonomy and to learn a bit of how it applies to both work and love relationships.
The ACO has an ongoing social orgonomy training program where trainees learn to use functional thinking to address problems in business, education, and relationships. A live social orgonomy presentation was planned for April, 2020 but sadly had to be canceled secondary to the pandemic. This interview touches on some of what was to be discussed and when possible that knowledge will be brought to listeners in one form or another.
What happens emotionally and physically in non-suicidal self injury? What is the difference between guilt and shame? Is it OK for a psychiatrist to reveal personal information?
Listen in on a mentoring session and learn more about a different kind of psychiatry. You’ve heard patient cases presented for a live public audience but this is something different. Hear two medical orgonomists, Susan Marcel D.O. and Peter Crist M.D., discuss patients with a focus on: examining the patient’s character and how it manifests physically and psychologically, looking for the healthy nature or core of a person, and being careful to identify the effect of an intervention and not just the intended benefit
The doctors of the ACO provide their perspectives on what they see and what one can do during the difficult and troubling times of this viral pandemic
Dr. Burritt interviews Peter Crist M.D. about his observations and thinking about the current global pandemic. He provides a fresh approach to looking at the situation and clarifies some of the confusion contributing to our anxiety as the virus pandemic moves from country to country and state to state. He explains how functional thinking can help individuals and Governments and clarifies how anxiety manifests and spreads in individuals and groups. If his insights and advice are helpful we hope you’ll share with friends and family.
As Dr. Crist says – we cannot be ostriches hiding our heads and not looking nor be in a panic looking but not seeing. We must all have courage, stand our anxiety, and perceive perceive perceive.
The ACO trains doctors and lay people in functional thinking, developed by Wilhelm Reich M.D., through the medical orgonomy and social orgonomy training programs.
Anna was a young girl who had terrible frightening thoughts and nothing her parents did seemed to help. In treatment with Dr. Dale Rosin it became clear that she was not delusional but that her emotional problems were manifesting in these scary sometimes crazy sounding ideas. Dr. Rosin’s presentation shows how Anna’s character, she was always the good little girl, interfered with her speaking up and using her natural and healthy aggression. Her treatment required no medication and had remarkable results beyond just eliminating the initial symptoms.
Does a mother’s feelings affect her pregnancy or the the birth of her child? How does a doctor’s approach affect a scared mother to be? Dr. Susan Marcel presents two cases and discusses how she handled her patients’ emotional reactions to pregnancy and birth. Don’t miss the audience discussion following the presentation!
This episode features an interview with Peter Crist M.D. about his book in progress All People Great and Small. He gives listeners a small taste of what’s to come, highlighting his thoughts and feelings about the doctor-patient relationship, how his medical training changed him, and how he has handled his sensitivity to the people and things around him. The interview also touches on what distinguishes medical orgonomists from other psychiatrists and therapists.
Hear about a young girl who works to face intense fear and other difficult feelings and how Dr. Crist provides insightful and compassionate treatment. Following the case presentation you’ll hear the audience discussion with helpful explanations from Dr. Crist about how this unique therapy stands out.
Dr. Alberto Foglia M.D. discusses the treatment of two patients and highlighted a key difference of how the ACO doctors view anxiety – as a symptom and not a diagnosis. We learn that anxiety can often be the result of another emotion (anger or sadness for example) being blocked. Dr. Foglia was able to address the one patient’s characteristic way of handling his feelings both psychologically and physically so successfully that not only did he feel emotionally more content and have his panic resolve but remarkably his blood pressure came down and anti-hypertensives were no longer required for treatment.