CERTAIN CRITERIA OF ROLE IDENTIFICATION AND TACTICAL MODELLING OF THE PSYCHIATRIST’S BEHAVIOUR WHEN TREATING NEUROSES

Alexandra Gurkova

Abstract


The necessity of role identification and tactical modelling of the psychiatrist’s behaviour when treating neuroses is substantiated in the report. The author shows that establishment of trust between the doctor and the patient acts as one of the crucial factors of successful treatment. For this purpose the doctor must initially appear in the role partially corresponding to expectations of the patient, but at the same time demonstrating the strength of the doctor’s identity and his confidence in effectiveness of the offered treatment.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18007/gisap:msp.v0i11.1496

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