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Two Hearts on Whole Wheat


A year ago I met Richard Gottlieb at the Empathic Therapy Conference.  Dick is a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and a really nice guy.  In Hindu terms, he has risen to the level of sattva, i.e., calm goodness.  … Continue reading

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The War on the Other Terror


Schizophrenia is a problem of the mind, not the brain, and therefore is curable with proper talk therapy.  Schizophrenia is caused by trauma.  Certain life events can make the most normal person crazy.  A person with schizophrenia is living in … Continue reading

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You Come First–Sort of


I was in terrible pain.  There was a darkness in my soul and I didn’t know where it was coming from so I finally decided to see a psychotherapist.  A friend suggested that maybe I was dealing with issues of … Continue reading

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Curing Schizophrenia


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tisFkl5gdtc&feature=share Please watch this.  It begins with Dr. Peter Breggin, psychiatrist, speaking about how he stopped the resurgence of shock treatment in 1972, then it goes on to comments from Richard Gottlieb, an empathic therapist.  The main portion of this 20-minute video … Continue reading

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Bad Hospitalists and Good Kids


August 14  Sometimes I am given the chance to help. A nurse comes to my bedside.  She knows I have gotten rid of a bad hospitalist and wants to know how I did it.  It takes a lot of careful … Continue reading

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