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The Social breakdown syndrome

Alternate Title(s):
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenic vulnerability and the social breakdown syndrome
Series Title(s):
Perspectives on mental health
Contributor(s):
Kiev, Ari, 1933-
Psychodynamic Research Corporation.
Medi-Tel Communications.
Publication:
Spring Valley, N. Y. : Blue Hill Educational Systems, c1975
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Schizophrenia
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critical) This excellent program begins with a young schizophrenic patient describing his illness. The narrator describes how after the symptoms are cleared up by chemotherapy the problems are social in nature. A series of interviews with the patient and his father reveal the guilt, suppressed anger and dependency the patient feels in relation to the father; the dependence of the father on the son; and the double-bind in which the family puts the patient. The therapist then demonstrates how to engage the patient in treatment. The program clearly illustrates the major issues in the treatment of schizophrenia. The approach used to treatment is optimistic but realistic. Overall, the program is highly recommended.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
025 min.
Color:
Black and white
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
Ari Kiev.
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7604088A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
31661406
Alternate Title(s):
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenic vulnerability and the social breakdown syndrome
Series Title(s):
Perspectives on mental health
Contributor(s):
Kiev, Ari, 1933-
Psychodynamic Research Corporation.
Medi-Tel Communications.
Publication:
Spring Valley, N. Y. : Blue Hill Educational Systems, c1975
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Schizophrenia
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critical) This excellent program begins with a young schizophrenic patient describing his illness. The narrator describes how after the symptoms are cleared up by chemotherapy the problems are social in nature. A series of interviews with the patient and his father reveal the guilt, suppressed anger and dependency the patient feels in relation to the father; the dependence of the father on the son; and the double-bind in which the family puts the patient. The therapist then demonstrates how to engage the patient in treatment. The program clearly illustrates the major issues in the treatment of schizophrenia. The approach used to treatment is optimistic but realistic. Overall, the program is highly recommended.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
025 min.
Color:
Black and white
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
Ari Kiev.
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7604088A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
31661406