Inevitabila noastra umbră. Specificul şi dilemele psihiatriei

Inevitabila noastra umbr Specificul i dilemele psihiatriei Subiect al dezbaterilor aprinse psihiatria este pe de o parte criticat de cei ce v d n ea un instrument de control social iar pe de alt parte este privit n asociere cu neuro tiin ele ca o spe

  • Title: Inevitabila noastra umbră. Specificul şi dilemele psihiatriei
  • Author: Tom Burns Cătălina Adriana Petria
  • ISBN: 9786067191356
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Subiect al dezbaterilor aprinse, psihiatria este, pe de o parte, criticat de cei ce v d n ea un instrument de control social, iar, pe de alt parte, este privit , n asociere cu neuro tiin ele, ca o speran n vederea g sirii unor tratamente eficiente pentru cele mai tulbur toare afec iuni psihice Care dintre aceste pozi ii este cea just n lucrarea sa nuan at i ecSubiect al dezbaterilor aprinse, psihiatria este, pe de o parte, criticat de cei ce v d n ea un instrument de control social, iar, pe de alt parte, este privit , n asociere cu neuro tiin ele, ca o speran n vederea g sirii unor tratamente eficiente pentru cele mai tulbur toare afec iuni psihice Care dintre aceste pozi ii este cea just n lucrarea sa nuan at i echilibrat , psihiatrul britanic Tom Burns descrie momentele decisive din istoria psihiatriei, dar i dilemele i disputele privind aceast profesie hibrid , la grani a dintre psihologic i medical.Cititorii vor afla la ce s se a tepte c nd intr n cabinetul psihiatrului, cum se face un istoric medical, cum se pun diagnosticele sau care sunt virtu ile i limitele farmacologiei De asemenea, Tom Burns descrie f r p rtinire pozi iile pro i contra din dezbateri actuale privind medicalizarea discursului psihiatric, intern rile involuntare, invocarea lipsei de discern m nt n tribunale etc.Premisa de baz a c r ii este c tulbur rile mentale sunt intim legate de natura noastr uman , iar psihiatria reprezint cea mai bun cale de u urare a suferin ei, nso indu ne astfel ca o inevitabil umbr.Pe viitor, practica psihiatriei va implica mult mai mult tehnologie Programele de calculator pentru tratarea anxiet ii i a depresiei sunt disponibile la scar larg Analiza computerizat a tiparului vorbirii poate indica deja depresia poten ial Profesia va trebui s mbr i eze noile tehnologii, dar i s fie mult mai clar cu privire la ce putem i ce nu putem face Tom BurnsNici nu i po i imagina o introducere mai bun ntr un astfel de subiect Abordarea este onest , nedogmatic , uman i extrem de clar Este o apologie str lucit din partea lui Burns pentru profesia sa mult prea des diabolizat The TimesTom Burns este profesor de psihiatrie social la Universitatea Oxford A scris peste 200 de studii i lucreaz cu pacien i psihotici n comunit i terapeutice.

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    One thought on “Inevitabila noastra umbră. Specificul şi dilemele psihiatriei”

    1. A comprehensive, yet concise, and balanced summary of psychiatric/psychological history and development that highlights both the triumphs and pitfalls of the science.

    2. A wonderful, concise, balanced and well written synthesis of the History and the Dilemmas of Psychiatry. As a Medical Student in the process of choosing a specialty, this book really strengthened the idea of a career in Psychiatry.

    3. 2.75 stars. I became bored in the middle of this book, and so skimmed a lot of that. The end was more interesting to me, as was the beginning. The title about says it all as far as the author's premise.Quotes I liked:page 217: If we accept that people's personalities are the result of neglect or early abuse, how fair is it to hold them responsible for their actions? Should a court consider these early experiences when sentencing; in short how much allowance can be made for an individual's person [...]

    4. I read this book as a counter weight to Richard Bentall's 'Doctoring the Mind', which Burns references several times himself as a counterpoint. I must admit, even though Burns' observations about the necessary limitations of psychiatric theory given the age of the discipline did somewhat mitigate the effect of Bentall's excoriating critique, I still thought that Bentall gets the better of this exchange. The major conceptual problems he identifies (defining mental illness, finding a uniting parad [...]

    5. I loved every page of this fascinating case for Psychiatry, from the sweeping history of Anton Mesmer's hypnotic shows through the foreboding city-size asylums of Long Island and right through to fMRI neuroscience. Charcot, Janet. Freud and Jung get irresistable mini-bios. The author doesn't hold back on a worts 'n all exposure of the science and its relation to psychology and psychotherapy. Big Pharma and the global spread of the US diagnostic model via DSM IV and V are all here. As is the infl [...]

    6. cool title, ok book. Sort of a once-over-lightly of historical and contemporary issues for the field. Didn't seem to do any original scholarship. I agreed with most of his opinions so in that sense it was an easy enough journey through the chapters, but if you're familiar with mental health care at all I'm not sure how much new you would learnT scares people but has its place for severe treatment-resistant depression. Some believe ADHD is overdiagnosed these days. Insanity defense is complicated [...]

    7. I was enjoying this, and it made a nice counterpart to the books I read last year about how psychiatry is "de-normalizing" us. It's due back at the library though and I'm surrounded by fiction I'd rather read.

    8. Didn't read the whole book, but this seems like a very good overview of psychiatry in general. It would be a good book for someone considering majoring in psychology who wants to understand what psychiatrists do.

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