ƾ Online 羵 Dante's Cure for kids გ Ebook By Daniel Dorman ᄏ ƾ Online 羵 Dante's Cure for kids გ Ebook By Daniel Dorman ᄏ Booklist 2004Donna Chavez Psychiatry professor Dorman compassionately chronicles the remarkable life, from onset of illness through recovery, of one of his patients without stinting graphic descriptions of her struggles with madness Diagnosed with schizophrenia, 19 year old Catherine Penney was dangerously thin, tormented by self destructive voices, all but completely withdrawn By the time she was admitted to UCLA Hospital psychiatric ward, where Dorman was a young resident, she had already been taking antipsychotic drugs for several years to no apparent avail Certain that her illness was treatable with psychotherapy and not a believer in pharmaceutical intervention, Dorman initiated his relationship with Catherine by interviewing her and her family What he learned about her background reconfirmed his faith in therapy, and so the pair embarked upon a seven year long, six day a week trek toward wellness The upshot reads almost like fiction 36 years later, Catherine has become a nurse and patient advocate Her story bodies forth a convincing affirmation that, with enough determination and the unflagging tenacity of a committed psychotherapist, anything is possible Kirkus 2004 April 13, 2004 Using the story of an individual patient, a psychiatrist argues that schizophrenia is best treated not by drugs but by prolonged, intensive talk therapy that encourages development of the patient s unique identity Dorman Psychiatry UCLA School of Medicine was a resident in psychiatry in 1969 when he first met Catherine Penney, an anorexic, schizophrenic 19 year old who heard voices telling her to kill herself He managed to persuade UCLA to keep her in its psychiatric ward until he finished his residency and opened his own practice three years later, at which time she entered a private mental hospital and he continued as her therapist More than a case study, Dorman s dialogue filled narrative begins two years before he met Penney and continues to her 50th birthday in 2000, decades after she ceased to be his patient For eight years, however, they were in constant, sometimes daily, contact Under Dorman s persistent and gentle care, Penney gradually recovered She began speaking, stopped hearing voices, gained weight, ventured into the world, learned to socialize, acquired an education, and became a psychiatric technician, then later a registered nurse working in psychiatric units Presumably she continued to share the particulars of her private life with Dorman, for the many trials of her adult romances are revealed here, although the relevance of these details is unclear Penney shares Dorman s views on use of psychotropic drugs, and her refusal as a psychiatric nurse to administer drugs to mental patients has entangled her in job disputes, which Dorman chronicles with relish He concludes his account with a chapter attacking the medical model of mental illness and describing the approach he used in different phases of his treatment of Penney Vivid and remarkable account of a psychotic young woman s recovery from schizophrenia, but a persuasive argument for talk therapy requires than one patient s success story Publishers Weekly 2004Dorman, a professor of clinical psychiatry, traces his patient Catherine s inspirational life journey from severe schizophrenia to health When Catherine first came under Dorman s care in the 1970s at a UCLA hospital, she was an adolescent anorexic hearing suicidal and murderous voices After fully investigating her family dynamic and diagnosing schizophrenia, Dorman began therapy sessions, but rejected the use of standard medications Dorman describes his patient s various states during her years of crisis as a hospital inmate her infantilism, physical deterioration, self loathing and anger He also describes her key dreams and the moments of interpretive breakthrough he and she made together, emphasizing the substance of their discussions and Catherine s humanity Having successfully resisted pressure to medicate Catherine, Dorman set up private practice and continued sessions with her This coincided with her gradual, albeit at first fragile, recovery Living in an apartment, attending college and qualifying as a psychiatric nurse, Catherine grew in life experience, miraculously surviving professional and relationship pressures without further breakdown or recourse to medication In her career, Catherine, like Dorman, opposed forcing drugs on her patients, becoming a mental health activist Dorman and Catherine came to enjoy a relationship of mutual respect and shared philosophies Dorman s epilogue sets out a readable and reasonable opposition to the now dominant view of schizophrenia as primarily a brain disorder that requires medication His advocacy of a humanist approach that emphasizes patient doctor collaboration and the growth of soul will be welcomed by all those who value the psychotherapeutic tradition.Psychiatric Services Journal of American Psychiatric Association I applaud Dr Dormans method of thinking about pathology and therefore treatment in a psychodynamic context. here your will is upright, free, and whole, and you would be in error not to heed whatever your own impulse prompts you to lord of yourself I crown and mitre you.Dante, The PurgatorioCatherine, nineteen years old and suffering from severe schizophrenia, sat in a mental hospitalmute, catatonic, and hearing voices Her psychiatrist, Dr Daniel Dorman, was convinced that his patient s psychotic behavior was rooted not merely in chemical imbalances but rather in the dramatic circumstances of her family history He was therefore determined to avoid the mind numbing medications that had been so detrimental to Catherine s well being Dorman fought adamant opposition and criticism from his peers and superiors for a chance to guide Catherine out of madness.As much the story of a young doctor finding his own path in a controversial new world of antipsychotic drugs, where patients advocates have nowhere to turn, Dante s Cure is the true account of a therapeutic process that took place six days a week, for seven years Thanks to Dorman s devotion, persistence, and self understanding of his role as a therapist aware of his own limitations, Catherine was able to set out on a life of her own She is now a psychiatric nurse in southern California living free of medication she speaks out on behalf of patient rights and humanity in the medical profession Dorman re creates Catherine s early life and the onset of her illness in striking detail, covering her treatment prior to his meeting her as a resident at UCLA Hospital, through her recovery and work as a nurse and activist Dante s Cure offers a story of courage and hope It reveals how madness is inherent to the human condition and therefore ought to be treated as such To restore patients trust in their power to recover, rather than robbing them of their agency in the name of medical knowledge, is the true moral of this remarkable journey out of madness. 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