Globalization And Health

November 23, 2014 in News Tags: ,

World population is steadily increasing. Globalization and the revolution in information and communication technologies affect all spheres of human life from the economy to interpersonal interaction, changing the modern man. We now stand on the threshold of a new evolutionary leap of mankind. This jump is due to call that person throws himself, striving for knowledge and exploration of the world. What we come to this point? Are the challenge? Unfortunately, the disappointing findings suggest themselves. Having reached the incredible success of the study and using the fact that all around us, we are very close to progress in understanding and using the fact that the inside of our personal resources.

Increased frequency of depressive and anxiety-phobic disorders, expansion of the psychosomatic disorders, a large spread of chemical and nonchemical addictions – these are important indicators of objective evidence that there were serious internal problems of man and mankind as a whole. Bio-psycho-social approach in psychiatry and addiktologii expanded view of mental disorders and the therapeutic arsenal has enriched the doctor the new directions of exposure. But, in our view, this paradigm remains unaccounted for another very important component – the spirituality, which we consider as an inexhaustible resource adaptation and the primary path to personal integration. Since the XIX century European philosophers, and in the second half of XX and therapists lack internal consistency was evaluated as a basic condition of psycho-social distress. Despite differences in terminology (an existential crisis, frustration spiritual awakening, identity crisis), the general definition of the problem and its solution through the integration of the individual was central to the therapeutic areas such as the analytical approach of Carl Jung, psycho Assagioli Gestalt approach Perls, Frankl’s logotherapy, holotropic approach Stanislav Grof and his followers and many others, especially well represented in the humanistic and transpersonal schools of psychotherapy.

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