By Paul Williams
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In the example cited the psychiatrist had a heavy responsibility, and it is possible that his decision was right. On the other hand it might have been wrong because psychotic patients sometimes have acute episodes of breakdown in the course of even the best-conducted psychotherapy, and in some cases this may even be necessary if their basic disturbance is to be reached. The psychotherapist has the responsibility of knowing that separation reactions are common in the course of psychotherapy, are disturbing and are an important focus of the treatment.
Somewhat taken aback he replied that he appreciated the offer, but thought that he might be able to learn more from it than the patient, because the patient’s illness must make learning difficult. Thus the psychiatrist did not learn what the patient might have been asking about his thinking and his sense of identity (‘I think therefore I am’), and the patient learned that the psychiatrist had not understood the meaning of his offer and was unable to help him. Psychosis, meaning and the media Bizarre and dramatic public behaviour attracts the attention of the media, and it makes depressing reading to realize how little interest is shown in the underlying motivations of many of these often tragic events.
A Language for Psychosis: Psychoanalysis of Psychotic States by Paul Williams