By Jean Benjamin Stora
Trans. via Sophie Leighton
Integrative psychosomatics is a brand new method of explaining health problems and the way sufferers relate to their difficulties. This new self-discipline attracts on psychoanalysis, drugs and the neurosciences, instead of completely on psychoanalysis, which has encouraged the entire psychosomatic techniques in the past. one of the interesting and compelling questions that this publication increases are how do we comprehend an sickness if we simply examine the psyche? How will we comprehend sufferers if we in basic terms take account in their organic information? And are hypochondriac difficulties generated through the brain, as a few medical professionals think, or are the issues actually extra advanced? the writer additionally considers no matter if conventional psychoanalysis and drugs could truly distance practitioners from an realizing of sufferers and health problems. For integrative psychosomatics, the psyche or the brain can play both a better or lesser position in sickness: advances in examine within the neurosciences and biology during the last two decades have exposed many organic and genetic tactics focused on the family among the important fearful procedure and the opposite platforms that represent the human psychosomatic entity, and we will now comprehend health problems far better and take care of sufferers with reference to how they relate to their health problems.
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The transmission of mental excitations to the central nervous system and the imbalance in the homeostasis of the other biological systems enables us to perceive every dimension of the problem. I think that concentrating on the interrelations between the psychic and biological processes is the most pertinent approach for understanding patients and explaining illnesses. I should point out that integrative psychosomatics is situated at the crossroads of psychoanalysis, medicine, and the neurosciences (Stora, 2010a).
Is it possible to develop a new psychosomatic approach in the twenty-first century while preserving the psychoanalytic dimension? This is my exact purpose in this book. Since my earliest childhood I have been attracted by the mystery of illnesses. When I was ten years old, my paternal grandfather, a true Mediterranean patriarchal family head, developed cancer. This was right in the middle of the Second World War, and there were many reasons to be anxious on a daily basis. This strange illness that frightened all the family members both worried and fascinated me; adults paid little attention to children then, and I had a great deal of time to observe.
This new method (cf. ), incorporating all of the most important contributions of psychoanalysts since Freud, as well as a medical nosography (making reference to the International Classification of Diseases) and the neurosciences. I have called it the “Method of assessing psychosomatic risk”, and employ it for the purpose of individual diagnosis, but also for epidemiological studies that integrate qualitative (psychic) variables and quantitative, biological variables into a general model. xxx FOREWORD This method provides a scientific basis for research in integrative psychosomatics.
A New Body-Mind Approach: Clinical Cases by Jean Benjamin Stora