SIMILARITIES BETWEEN EARLY FREUDIAN THEORY, DGB NEO-PSYCHOANALYSIS, AND THE PRESENT-FUTURE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DISEASES

  • David Gordon Bain Philosophy-Psychology and Post-Freudian Neo-Psychoanalysis, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Abstract

This essay connects early Freudian theory (1893-1897) with DGB Neo-Freudian, Neo-Psychoanalysis (NFNP), and the treatment of modern-day chronic diseases such as liver disease, diabetes, and prostate hypertrophy. Early Freudian theory is based significantly on the Helmholz-Brucke School of energy theory and thermodynamics. DGB NFNP involves a huge revision of Freudian Classical Psychoanalysis that adds into the integrative mix Pre-Classical Freudian theory (18973-1896), Object Relations, Adlerian Psychology, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive-Emotional-Behavior Therapy , and basic ideas in biology, physics, biochemistry, and neurology. Based on an adult lifetime of studying psychology, the history, and evolution of psychoanalysis, and integrating everything through my own brain the result is DGB NFNP. This essay is a small sample of my work.

Published
May 31, 2017
How to Cite
BAIN, David Gordon. SIMILARITIES BETWEEN EARLY FREUDIAN THEORY, DGB NEO-PSYCHOANALYSIS, AND THE PRESENT-FUTURE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DISEASES. International Journal of Drug Research and Technology, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 2, p. 5, may 2017. ISSN 2277-1506. Available at: <http://ijdrt.com/index.php/drug-research-and-technology/article/view/115>. Date accessed: 19 sep. 2017.
Section
Research Article