DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PSYCHOTHERAPY AND THE PHYSICIAN

ACCREDITED SENIOR PSYCHOTHERAPIST / COUNSELLOR -Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

Every thought of the physician moves in a
world the structure of which is determined by the thought forms of cause and
effect. He knows the effect which he wants to produce; it is the restitution of
the organic equilibrium. He studies the causes which can secure that end. And again,
the disturbance of the equilibrium itself, the disease, is for him an effect
which he seeks to understand by an analysis of the preceding causes. The means
which he applies can therefore be valued only in reference to their efficiency;
no other point of view belongs to his world. The religiously valuable may be
indifferent or even undesirable in the interplay of causes, and the morally
indifferent may be most important for the physician’s interests. The religious
emotion accordingly has to stand in line with any other mental excitement or
with a hundred physical means which the laboratory and…

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