Diario di una schizofrenica

Diario di una schizofrenica Un classico della psicoanalisi Il caso clinico pi perturbante e commovente dell ultimo secolo Diario di una schizofrenica riferisce l esperienza vissuta dal malato e mostra tutto ci che si mascherava

  • Title: Diario di una schizofrenica
  • Author: Marguerite Sechehaye Cecilia Bellingardi Cesare Musatti
  • ISBN: 9788809046955
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • Un classico della psicoanalisi Il caso clinico pi perturbante e commovente dell ultimo secolo Diario di una schizofrenica riferisce l esperienza vissuta dal malato e mostra tutto ci che si mascherava dietro le manifestazioni e i sintomi della schizofrenia Questo libro costituisce un duplice documento Un documento scientifico giacch la descrizione del decorso e delUn classico della psicoanalisi Il caso clinico pi perturbante e commovente dell ultimo secolo Diario di una schizofrenica riferisce l esperienza vissuta dal malato e mostra tutto ci che si mascherava dietro le manifestazioni e i sintomi della schizofrenia Questo libro costituisce un duplice documento Un documento scientifico giacch la descrizione del decorso e della cura di una grave malattia mentale l apparizione progressiva dei successivi sintomi, le fasi di parziale remissione, le tappe della faticosa normalizzazione, raggiunta attraverso un procedimento psicoterapeutico originale di grande importanza sia teorica che pratica Ma anche un documento umano la descrizione della malattia infatti opera dell ammalata stessa, Ren e, che la racconta come una propria drammatica vicenda spirituale Si scopre cos una vita sentimentale che le apparenze erano ben lontane dal far supporre e che estremamente ricca d insegnamenti Un opera poetica , cos ha definito questo libro Cesare L Musatti, suscettibile di risvegliare elementi nascosti che sono in ognuno di noi

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    1. Tugba

      Geçenlerde Kadıköy’de Sahaf festivali vardı (18 Kasım-3 Aralık) İstanbul’un farklı ilçelerinden gelip Haydarpaşa Garı’na tezgah açan 40 adet sahafı tek tek dolaştım. Söylememe gerek yok sanırım, muhteşemdi. Sahaflardan birini ziyaretim sırasında gözüme bu kitap takıldı. Kitabın kapağına baktım, ilgi çekiciydi. (1985 yılına ait 2sım) İsmini görünce elime aldım ve önsöz kısmına söyle bir göz gezdirdim. Birkaç satır okuduktan sonra hemen kitabı sa [...]

    2. Rıdvan

      Şizofreni ile tanışıyoruz. Sonda söyleyeceğimi başta söyleyeyim; ulan ne zor hastalıkmış be şizofreni. Üstelik son zamanlarda hastalık istatistikleri artıyor sanırım, çok karşılaşıyoruz ya da duyuyoruz etraftan. Ve maalesef onlara yapabileceğimiz en büyük kötülük onlardan korkmak ve uzaklaşmak. Evet zor insanlar, yanyana durmak ve iletişime geçmek oldukça zor ama gerçekten çok büyük kötülük onlardan uzaklaşmak ve onları bir anlamda tecrit etmek, izole etm [...]

    3. Cooper Cooper

      This is the story of Renée, a young Swiss woman suffering from schizophrenia. At age five she first began to experience what she called Unreality. Initially Unreality happened only occasionally, as when her playmates suddenly seemed to swell or shrink until she didn’t recognize them, or when the nearby school took on the aspect of a prison, or when the local valley seemed to stretch like an endless desert suffused with a brilliant, oppressive light. In time, however, Unreality appeared more [...]

    4. Bri Fidelity

      Worth reading - and re-reading - for Renee's chilling, carefully-drawn descriptions of her increasingly eerie inner world:The recreation period at school was often a source of the unreal feeling. I kept close to the fence as though I were indeed a prisoner and watched the other pupils shouting and running about in the school yard. They looked to me like ants under a bright light. The school building became immense, smooth, unreal, and an inexpressible anguish pressed in on me. I fancied that the [...]

    5. Jen

      I learned a whole lotta nothing regarding "formative ego mechanisms in the psychotherapy of a schizophrenic." Huh? What? There was something about apples and then suddenly Renee is healed on page 89. On the positive side of things I found this book in the bottom of a box of old records so it was free. Score, sort of.

    6. FrancesCaporale (La Libraia in Blu)

      Un viaggio toccante attraverso i racconti della stessa paziente, Renée, riguardo la sua malattia, le sue allucinazioni e la caratteristica perdita della realtà. Il tutto contornato da una presentazione ben costruita e dalla interpretazione finale del caso. La dotta Sechehaye riesce a curare la paziente grazie alla tecnica della Rappresentazione simbolica, basandosi sulla principale causa della malattia mentale in genere e della schizofrenia nel particolare: la mancanza o insufficienza di amore [...]

    7. Erika

      The story of Renée, a girl suffering from psychosis, and how she was treated with a modified psychoanalytic method. After identifying the deprivations Renée experienced in early life Sechehaye started working using Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development and Freud's Stages of Psychosexual Development to achieve a better, healthier outcome of the development stages and overcome the original frustration that lead to her Ego's disintegration. A very demanding method, but apparently a successful [...]

    8. Sarah Leatherwood

      The first part of the book was great. It was the actual memoir from Renee that delved into her mind as a schizophrenic. I skimmed through the last 40 pages or so because all it contained was the case notes from her psychoanalyst. It was really jarring to go from this deeply personal account to a cold, clinical description of the illness with a lot of medical jargon. I liked the book a lot overall though.

    9. Joseph

      this was a book written by a very insightful woman/girl. it's almost strange how she captured the nature of her illness. her analyst amazed me at her process with the patient. the explanation at the end about the patient's ego disintegration was interesting and made me feel like i was in grad school again. however, at times it did seem a little bit like mental masturbation. also, i wonder about the role of medication with this girl/woman at the time. all in all, a fascinating read.

    10. Loscrittorucolo

      Libro interessantissimo (e angosciante): l'autrice narra in prima persona la discesa nella malattia mentale, rivelandone i meccanismi davvero angoscianti. La schizofrenia è una malattia tremenda, che punisce il malato come se fosse in un girone infernale. La cosa affascinante, in modo terribile ma comunque affascinante, è che è il suo stesso cervello a creare il girone dantesco e a chiudercelo dentro. La mente umana è davvero un universo insondabile.

    11. Christian

      While I'm sure the girl's account of her experience is by all means accurate it wasn't necessarily interesting, which I suppose she can't be faulted for. The analysis at the end of the book seemed a bit dated and perhaps a bit too Freudian, which was disappointing. All in all it just wasn't for me.

    12. April

      I really liked this book. Not sure how useful it is from a clinical standpoint, but for me it was a very interesting to read the first-hand account of someone dealing with extreme mental illness. Very quick and enjoyable read

    13. Mark

      Valuable for the detailed, almost visionary descriptions of how light and space and time appeared to her when she was most lost.

    14. Rose Rodriguez

      Written from the perspective of a young girl losing her grasp on reality, this may a difficult read to follow along at times. In itself, though, it is a bit therapeutict just for those with schizophrenia, but any other debilitating mental illness as well. The book actually helped me through depression a long while ago. Here's a nice quote:“During the earliest attacks of Fear and intense unreality, I sometimes uttered these unconscious and shocking words: 'I should prefer to escape into madness [...]

    15. Tuba

      Bu yil okudugum en iyi kitaplardan biri. Sechehaye Isvecli psikoterapist ve sizofren hastalarinin tedavisinde onculerden biri. Piaget’ci kuram ile psikanalizin sentezinden yola cikarak gelistirmis oldugu teknik ile sizofren hasta Renee’yi nasil tedavi ettigini adim adim bu kitapda anlatmaktadir. Kitap iki bolumden olusmaktadir. Ilk bolumde, Renee’nin kendi bakis acisindan yasadiklarini, duygu ve dusuncelerini ogrenmekteyiz. Ikinci bolumde ise Sechehaye, tum mesleki terimleri kullanarak, te [...]

    16. Em Chainey (Bookowski)

      Renee adlı şizofreni teşhisi konulmuş bir hastanın günlüğü üzerinden giden aslında bir nevi tanı-araştırma-kurgu tarzı psikoloji kitabı bu kitap. Renee, çocukluk döneminden itibaren şizofreni ve otizm yaşamış ve Dr. Sechehaye'nin tedavisi sayesinde atlatmış hastalığını. Renee'nin sorunu aslında biraz da sosyopatliga yakın, toplumdan korkuyor. Biraz da odipal dönemde takılıp kalmış durumda. Hâlâ annesine muhtaç bir kız o. O yüzden doktoruna 'Anne' diye sesl [...]

    17. Terri

      I am glad I saw this on and read it. Renee tells the story of her illness in a way that is very powerful and engaging. The way she describes what is happening and her thoughts and feelings are amazing. It really gives the reader a glimpse into psychosis in a way other books on the subject don't. The Interpretation section of the book however, is a bit of a challenging read, steeped deep in Freudian thinking. Its greatest fault IMO is that it doesn't give a time frame so one cannot gauge how eff [...]

    18. Nikki Noey

      Before starting, I should have hit some psychology books to brush up. Still, there was a lot to take from Renee's recollections of her struggle with schizophrenia. The way she described her illness was both harrowing, and eye opening. The glimpse into mid 20th century psychology is obvious, given the deeply Freudian language her analyst used to describe her treatment. Whether the treatment was outdated or not, it clearly helped Renee. This was a fascinating read because of the view of a skewed p [...]

    19. Maria Teresa

      Through this book I got a deeper insight into how patients with Schizophrenia experience hallucinations and the other symptoms of this disorder, which are difficult to imagine from textbooks. The only aspect I didn't enjoy much was the psychoanalytic therapy, because from my point of view it seemed as Renee was too much dependent on the therapist for everything and I got the impression that she recovered from the illness not because of therapy, but because of the natural course of the illness. T [...]

    20. Kaitlyn

      Although there is clearly a lot missing from the autobiographical section of the book it still gives a clear perspective of what life with schizophrenia is really like. The analysis and treatments described are all completely out of date but probably still worth reading just to see how much our understanding of schizophrenia and psychology in general has changed. An updated interpretation and more information on the later years of Renee's life would be interesting.

    21. Stacey

      A girl with pretty severe schizophrenia is able to recall and articulate her experience of psychological decompensation after she has not only returned to stability, but is in remission from the illness. This insider's view of schizophrenia is very rare in what it is and very powerful. Her psychoanalyst's afterword is, not surprisingly, pretty heady and may not be interesting to someone who hasn't studied psychology extensively. (I found it hugely fascinating!)

    22. Jeremy

      Perhaps becuase this book is told mainly (their was some help from her therapist) from the point of veiw of the actual mentally disturbed/ill girl it has little narrative coherence. It does not make for easy reading, and though they may have intended it to be that way I believe it was a poor choice.

    23. Christian Lipski

      A true first-person account of what happens within the mind of the schizophrenic. Renee details what she felt, imagined, saw, during her sickness and recovery. Followed by a psychiatric analysis of the period, this is a fascinating book for those who want to know more about the experience of mental illness.

    24. Alexandra

      I read this a long time ago, but it's the first "crazy person memoir" I read, which is now probably my favorite sort of book there is. And this one is great because it's actually written by a person who went through serious mental illness and came out the other side. There is also a lot of info in it from her therapist too.

    25. Ryan

      Incredible. Some very hardcore psychology, hard for a layman to follow, but some unbelievable experiences documented regarding the disintegration of the Self, the Ego, and the healing of a mind previously unable to decipher the difference between the "world without" and the "world within."

    26. Elias Samuels

      It was a nice book. It pictured the mere idea of what an schizophrenic person undergoes. I didn't read the interpretation part since it is outdated. Overall, the book is a nice piece of literature to read and learn a little from it. I also believe that the translation had some issues.

    27. Hadorah Freckles

      excellent. a true testimony of the human spirit in the will to live and endure and recover from Scizophrenia, no matter how torturous and chaotic the uncontrollable storm was, mentally, physically, and emotionally. fascinating. absolute must read.

    28. Jacki

      I have a version of this book from 1951, complete with an analysis from a Freudian Psychologist. It's hard to fathom the things that this girl went through--the world that she lived in--because of the severity of the case. It's a sort of parallel universe with consciousness in both worlds.

    29. Kate

      I really wanted to like this book, based on the title. Maybe it was due to the translation from the French, maybe because the author was schizophrenic, but the whole thing felt very disjointed to me.

    30. Fishface

      Fascinating insider's account of schizophrenia, and the process of bringing a person out of psychosis in the years before the medical model became dominant.

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