The Rudiments of Treatment
In his daily contact with patients the general practitioner constantly finds himself face to face with this dilemma: On the one hand, he has learnt to see his task in interpreting objective findings, for which a broad palette of scientific methodology and apparatus are at his disposal; on the other, he is all too often bound to admit that this kind of diagnostic procedure provides no satisfactory answer to the patient’s complaint.
KeywordsAnorexia Nervosa Family Therapy Psychosomatic Disorder Autogenic Training Family Constellation
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