Radical advances in psychiatry Gulf newspaper

American writer Oliver Holmes says: “When the mind has opportunities to peruse a new thought, it is impossible for this mind to ever shrink back to what it was before.” The first was a little over three-quarters of a century ago, but the additions of this school are succeeding almost day after day. It became impossible to overlook its effects on the theoretical, technical and human aspects of the psychotherapy movement.

And the book “Behavioral Therapy for the Child and Adolescent” by Dr. Abdul-Sattar Ibrahim, Abdul-Aziz Al-Dakhil and Radwa Ibrahim, adopts a theoretical philosophy, which is the “learning theory” which says: Human behavior is mostly acquired, and abnormal or pathological behavior is acquired as a result of errors in dealing with the child. And this theory also teaches us that what the child acquires from behavioral errors or disorders that the child can stop or treat from, if we modify the conditions that led to its formation and continuation.

This school, with its new conceptions, has enriched the field of treatment, and helped to develop effective principles in the fields of analyzing human behavior disorders for adults, children and methods of treatment, adding to this field many concepts, concepts and practical and applied methods that have become an inseparable part of it.

The book raises important questions about what exactly is behavioral therapy? And the contributions that are unique to the areas of childhood disorders and children’s problems? What are the technical methods used by behavioral therapists in dealing with the child’s problems and childhood diseases?


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