Online Interactive Book Discussion with Dr. Patricia Frisch
Whole Therapist, Whole Patient: Integrating Reich, Masterson, and Jung in Modern Psychotherapy
Please check back for information on future book discussion group sessions.
Information about the Interactive Book Club:
This online video program (using the Zoom conference tool) is designed for all audiences and will focus on the following:
Each session will have its own theme and discussion around this topic, along with assignments and assigned readings.
Participants can be patients, interested public, therapists, or healthcare professionals.
The objectives of our Interactive Book Discussion Group include the following:
- Study specific chapters in an organized way to enhance your experience of the material.
- With group interaction around topics, ideas can be clarified and concepts solidified.
- Group participation allows for maximum participation: all suggestions/concerns can be discussed in session or through email exchanges.
- Increase your depth of knowledge by suggested topics and questions that are shared with the group.
- Create a safe space for questions and answers.
This interactive group setting will consist of 6-10 members and will be 1hr 15 min in length.
Private membership pages will be available exclusively to book discussion participants! You will get access to additional resources and our weekly agenda.
We look forward to another course of study in the future. Inspiring and enlightening!”
“Almost all the books from Reichian derived therapies are either dumbed down or wrong interpretations of Reich’s theories or both!
The density shows that you are a master of the material and it’s natural to you to have such depth of knowledge. It’s a true textbook.
I was just reading a review of a new book by a researcher of psychoanalysis. And he was saying that the reason psychoanalysis is dying today is because Freudian’s etc never bother to defend their work in a scientific way as with other methodologies.
And your method updates Reich w the modern theories etc. — invaluable.
Just a quick note to you in case your thinking you should have simplified it. The depth of material is what allows us to keep going back and reading and learning and expanding.”