Robert J Neborsky

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The role of shame in patient pathology and !STOP's meta psychology has been largely ignored. The author of the following article posits that understanding the role of shame, and differentiating it from guilt, is of critical importance in identifying and healing emotional trauma in highly resistant patients. The author discusses the neurobiological basis of(More)
Twenty acutely psychotic male psychiatric inpatients were assigned to two groups and treated with high- and low-dose haloperidol using a rapid neuroleptization technique. A six-day maintenance phase followed. Both groups improved at one hour, one day, and seven days after starting treatment, and neither group differed as to degree or rapidity of symptom(More)
PURPOSE This study aims to determine whether Psychiatric Electroencephalography Evaluation Registry (PEER) Interactive (an objective, adjunctive tool based on a comparison of a quantitative electroencephalogram to an existing registry of patient outcomes) is more effective than the current standard of care in treatment of subjects suffering from depression.(More)
OBJECTIVE The present study addresses whether it is possible to accurately determine a subject's Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) classification by observing a video-recorded clinical psychotherapy discussion that uses the principles of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). METHOD A random sample of eight of the author's (Robert J. Nebrosky)(More)
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