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This podcast features the care of patients by the ACO doctors who practice a different kind of psychiatry.

Medications address symptoms, but not their underlying cause. For most people, the word “psychiatrist” conjures up a doctor who prescribes medications for a biochemical mental disorder. The American College of Orgonomy (ACO) trains psychiatrists in medical orgone therapy, a unique approach that focuses on helping you achieve the best way to function not dependent on medication but by looking more deeply into what sets off your anxieties, fears and negative thinking.

Healthy expression is essential for satisfaction in life. Medical orgone therapists are trained to be keen observers of how people express themselves both verbally and with body language. They can help you become aware of and understand the consistent, automatic ways you handle your emotions—your individual character—and how that impacts your life. They also work with you to identify and express healthy aspects of your nature that can help you overcome your problems.

An awareness of the connection between mind and body forms a foundation for the therapeutic approach taught at the ACO. It addresses the underlying emotional reasons why some people are stiff-necked, tight-lipped, tight-assed, scatter-brained and a host of other ways that emotions are held and processed in the body. You may act out of rage or sadness and not even be aware that those feelings fuel your actions. To handle your emotions more constructively, this therapy improves your capacity for better contact with yourself.

We invite you to listen in on the therapy of some of our patients and see for yourself what's different about this kind of psychiatry.

A Different Kind of Psychiatry A Different Kind of Psychiatry

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Adifferentkindofpsychiatry.com



This podcast features the care of patients by the ACO doctors who practice a different kind of psychiatry.

Medications address symptoms, but not their underlying cause. For most people, the word “psychiatrist” conjures up a doctor who prescribes medications for a biochemical mental disorder. The American College of Orgonomy (ACO) trains psychiatrists in medical orgone therapy, a unique approach that focuses on helping you achieve the best way to function not dependent on medication but by looking more deeply into what sets off your anxieties, fears and negative thinking.

Healthy expression is essential for satisfaction in life. Medical orgone therapists are trained to be keen observers of how people express themselves both verbally and with body language. They can help you become aware of and understand the consistent, automatic ways you handle your emotions—your individual character—and how that impacts your life. They also work with you to identify and express healthy aspects of your nature that can help you overcome your problems.

An awareness of the connection between mind and body forms a foundation for the therapeutic approach taught at the ACO. It addresses the underlying emotional reasons why some people are stiff-necked, tight-lipped, tight-assed, scatter-brained and a host of other ways that emotions are held and processed in the body. You may act out of rage or sadness and not even be aware that those feelings fuel your actions. To handle your emotions more constructively, this therapy improves your capacity for better contact with yourself.

We invite you to listen in on the therapy of some of our patients and see for yourself what's different about this kind of psychiatry.

    A Hospitalized Adolescent Gets Relief: The Big Impact of Small Actions

    A Hospitalized Adolescent Gets Relief: The Big Impact of Small Actions

    Salvatore Iacobello M.D. presents the treatment of Stephanie, a depressed adolescent who was hospitalized with suicidal ideation, who benefitted greatly from his care. Following the presentation, Dr. Burritt joins Dr. Iacobello for a discussion with the audience. Highlights include an examination of the emotional impact of even just a few hurtful words as well a discussion about the changing environment of mental health care.



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    ACO - Orgonomy.org

    • 50 Min.
    How I Became A Medical Orgonomist: Susan Marcel D.O.

    How I Became A Medical Orgonomist: Susan Marcel D.O.

    Susan Marcel D.O. tells Dr. Burritt how her path brought her to the practice of medicine and medical orgone therapy.



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    ACO - Orgonomy.org

    • 41 Min.
    A Scared Little Boy Finds His Mojo

    A Scared Little Boy Finds His Mojo

    Dr. Dee Apple discusses his treatment of a young boy who was sensitive, self-conscious, and frozen in fear. It took many sessions for them to connect but with Dr. Apple's understanding and encouragement young Alex was slowly able to come out of his shell and find his mojo. Listen in on a highlight of the audience discussion following the presentation.



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    ACO - Orgonomy.org

    • 24 Min.
    What Is Social Orgonomy?

    What Is Social Orgonomy?

    Dr. Burritt interviews Peter Crist M.D. to answer the question of what is social orgonomy and to learn a bit of how it applies to both work and love relationships.



    The ACO has an ongoing social orgonomy training program where trainees learn to use functional thinking to address problems in business, education, and relationships. A live social orgonomy presentation was planned for April, 2020 but sadly had to be canceled secondary to the pandemic. This interview touches on some of what was to be discussed and when possible that knowledge will be brought to listeners in one form or another.



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    ACO - Orgonomy.org

    • 48 Min.
    Parents Matter!

    Parents Matter!

    How should parents address adolescent drug use? What is the rational role of an authority figure? Do parents matter?



    Dr. Apple presents some of his adolescent patient's therapy and his work with their parents with a focus on handling marijuana use. Following the presentation, Dr. Burritt and Dr. Apple discuss how Dr. Apple's training with the ACO and his own therapy inform his practice, how parenting has changed in society, and how being aware of one's own emotions and problems as a therapist or parent can greatly influence how one can help children and teens.



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    ACO - Orgonomy.org

    • 1 Std. 11 Min.
    A Mentoring Session

    A Mentoring Session

    What happens emotionally and physically in non-suicidal self injury? What is the difference between guilt and shame? Is it OK for a psychiatrist to reveal personal information?



    Listen in on a mentoring session and learn more about a different kind of psychiatry. You've heard patient cases presented for a live public audience but this is something different. Hear two medical orgonomists, Susan Marcel D.O. and Peter Crist M.D., discuss patients with a focus on: examining the patient's character and how it manifests physically and psychologically, looking for the healthy nature or core of a person, and being careful to identify the effect of an intervention and not just the intended benefit



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