Entries by Robert Berezin

A commentary on Talk Therapy Found to Ease Schizophrenia

A commentary on Talk Therapy Found to Ease Schizophrenia, by Benedict Carey, Oct. 20, 2015. Honestly, it doesn’t really take a seven year study to know that talking to a patient is a revolutionary idea. Of course, we need psychotherapy; of course we need input from the community; medications may be relevant, but antipsychotics are not the […]

Upcoming Events

I will present a paper at the ISEPP Conference on Sunday October 11, 2015 at 10:50 at the Boston/Newton Crowne Plaza, “The Impact or Trauma is Foundational in the Writing of Our ‘Play of Consciousness’”. http://psychintegrity.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/ISEPP15-Conference-Schedule.pdf I will give a Manifesto presentation at a conference, “Psychology & the Other” on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at […]

Bad Science creates False and Dangerous Beliefs. The Believed Delusion generates a destructive house of cards.

“Grandpa, I know what a hypothesis is.” “You do?” (Scrambling to figure out its definition for myself, without much success) “Yes… It’s a theory that needs to be proven.” Conversation with my four-year-old grandson, Brady. We are talking about the quest for truth and beauty. We have the Big Bang theory, the second law of […]

Why was James Holmes, the Movie Theater Killer, spared the Death Penalty? He was given ‘Life with no Possibility of Parole’.

Why was the insanity plea nullified in the movie theater killings in Aurora, Colorado? The answer is simple – because the carnage was so horrendous that there was too much public pressure in favor of the death penalty. There was no way the insanity plea would be allowed. Nonetheless, Holmes was clearly and incontrovertibly psychotic […]