Man in the Trap by Elsworth F. Baker - Wilhelm Reich - Orgone

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Seller: hakama (411) 100%, Location: Bournemouth, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 132872590466 Dr. Elsworth F. Baker, M.D., was a psychotherapist of the Reichian school, and founded the Journal of Orgonomy in 1967 and the American College of Orgonomy, presently located in Princeton, NJ, in 1968. This classic book offers a comprehensive understanding of medical orgone therapy. Developed by Wilhelm Reich, M.D., this unique treatment incorporates an energetic understanding of how the mind and body are interconnected. With the failure of psychoanalysis to live up to expectations, the psychiatric pendulum has shifted in the direction of treatment with medications. Reich's clinical discoveries of more than 50 years ago have provided us with medical orgone therapy, an effective method of treatment that does not rely on medication. Man in the Trap, written in a straightforward style, will help readers better understand both medical orgone therapy and themselves. The book is in good condition with minor shelf wear on the covers. First cover has binding signs at the right side, with earlier price sticker sign in the middle. Heavy underlining on the pages with notes done by the previous owner. Please have a look at the uploaded photos for condition. Happy bidding! Condition: Used, Subject: Orgonomy, Author: Elsworth F. Baker, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Date of Publication: 1980, Format: Paperback, Language: English, Publisher: Prentice Hall (A Pearson Education Company), Place of Publication: New Jersey, Weight: 700g Insights Exclusive
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