A Pioneer of Psychosomatic Medicine
Widely recognized as the prime mover behind the psychosomatic medicine movement, Helen Flanders Dunbar, MD, PhD. was a clinician, writer, and founder of the American Psychosomatic Society.
The Man Who First Used ECT: Ugo Cerletti
Against the backdrop of European fascism, an Italian physician pioneered a new treatment.
Helen Flanders Dunbar: The Mother of Psychosomatic Medicine
The rise and fall of a brilliant medical pioneer.
Kids wander in, dogs jump up, and connection fails.
The Revolutionary Royalist Demonstrates the Anatomical Cause of a Psychiatric Illness
In 18th-century France, physicians searched for the causes of mental illness and debated how best to treat it.
Alois Maria Ott: I Was Hitler's Psychologist
Adolf Hitler, the genocidal monster of the twentieth century, would not seem to be someone likely to seek psychological counseling, let alone respond.
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