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|Named Person:||Irvin D Yalom|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeffrey Mishlove; Robert E Ornstein; Oliver W Sacks; Arnold Mindell; Irvin D Yalom; Thinking Allowed Productions.
|Notes:||Collective title and titles of individual interviews from cassette label; alternative interview title "When Nietzsche wept" from container.
Based on the national public television series Thinking allowed.
|Credits:||Producer, director, Arthur Bloch.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (ca. 120 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Evolution on consciousness (28 min.) / Dr. Robert Ornstein --
The nervous system and the soul (27 min.) / Dr. Oliver Sacks --
Working with Comas (27 min.) / Dr. Arnold Mindell --
When Nietzsche wept (28 min.) / Dr. Irvin D. Yalom.
|Series Title:||Thinking allowed.|
|Other Titles:||When Nietzsche wept.
Thinking allowed (Television program)
|Responsibility:||series hosted by Jeffrey Mishlove ; produced and directed by Arthur Bloch.|
(Cont.) In "Working with comas" Arnold Mindell discusses the unique methods he has developed for working with individuals in comatose states. Using the techniques of "process psychology" he is able to find channels into the minds of comatose individuals that allow him to establish communication. In "The art of psychotherapy," Irvin D. Yalom discusses his novel When Nietzsche wept, which highlights the existential issues of human consciousness which are the basis of his own therapeutic approach. The soul-searching self-examination of the philosopher Nietzsche is contrasted with the methodical approach of Joseph Breuer, a renowned physician and pioneer psychotherapist.