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Ego Growth Through Crisis Resolution
The General Characteristics of the Patients and the Milieu
THE STRUCTURE OF THE MILIEU
Introduction to Part II
The Physical Setting
Authority and Control
EGO IN MILIEU
Introduction to Part III
Treatment of Acute Ego Damage
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Ego & milieu: theory and practice of environmental therapy
John Cumming,Elaine Cumming
No preview available - 1972
Ego And Milieu: Theory And Practice Of Environmental Therapy
John Cumming, Sir,Elaine Cumming
No preview available - 2012
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Page 5 - Cummings' definition of milieu therapy as "a scientific manipulation of the environment aimed at producing changes in the personality of the patient
Page 244 - FJ Roethlisberger and William J. Dickson, Management and the Worker (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1939).
Page 25 - Ego feeling is the sensation, constantly present, of one's own person — the ego's own perception of itself . . . .This self-experience is a permanent, though never equal, entity which is not an abstraction but a reality. It is an entity which stands in relation to the continuity of the person in respect to time, space and causality.
Page v - A straightforward attack upon perhaps the critically central problem of contemporary psychiatry — the analysis of the relation between the hospital and treatment environment and the character of psychiatric illness.
Page 7 - The Free Press. 1954); Peter G Garabedian, "Social Roles and Processes of Socialization in the Prison Community," Social Problems 11 (Fall, 1963), pp. 139-152; Alfred Stanton and Morris Schwartz, The Mental Hospital (New York: Basic Books, 1954); Peter Blau, "Structural Effects," American Sociological Review, 25 ( 1960), pp.