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There are so remarkably few volumes devoted to the treatment of the mental disorders that such a one is very welcome. It is carefully and thoughtfully written. It is fundamentally sound.
It begins with a study of personality, followed by general principles of treatment, then proceeds to an exposition of suggestive and hypnotic procedures, psychoanalytic procedure, and the special psychotherapeutic variations of Adler, Jung, Trigant-Burrow, Rank and Stekel, Du Bois, and Kronfeld, as well as the indirect methods represented by association experiments and Rorschach's Tests.
Dr. Diethelm then presents his own general views (and those of Dr. Adolph Meyer's followers)
Treatment in Psychiatry.. Ann Intern Med. 1937;11:692–693. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-11-4-692_2
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