orthogenic


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or·tho·gen·ic

(ōr'thō-jen'ik),
Relating to orthogenesis.

orthogenic

(or″thō-jĕn′ĭk)
Pert. to, or related to, the correction, treatment, or rehabilitation of children with mental or emotional difficulties.
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Following Werner's (1957) orthogenic principle of human development, one could assume that a discipline would move from a few global ideas, to differentiation of those ideas, and then a hierarchical reorganization of those ideas.
Brutalheim," as he was sometimes called)--a Holocaust survivor, the acclaimed director of the Orthogenic School for emotionally disturbed children at the University of Chicago, a prize-winning author of The Uses of Enchantment and A Good Enough Parent and, for a period during the Vietnam War, the arch-nemesis of Dr.
He wrote about the treatment of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents from his experience as director of the Orthogenic School in Chicago for roughly 30 years; about child rearing, autism, fairy tales, prejudice, Jews and the holocaust, Eichmann, the Anne Frank family, rebellious students during the 1960s, humanism in Freud's writings, and many other lively topics of the day.
After temporary work at the University of Chicago, Bettelheim (whose PhD was in art history) became head of the Orthogenic School.
One of my college jobs was lifeguard for Bruno Bettleheim's Orthogenic School, a school for severely emotionally disturbed children.
Love Is Not Enough (1950), addressed to parents and general readership, describes his work in his Orthogenic School at the University of Chicago for emotionally disturbed children.
Love Is Not Enough (1950), addressed to parents and general readership, describes his work in his Orthogenic School for emotionally disturbed children and outlines means for meeting both children's and parents ' needs in the modern family situation.
Contract notice: orthogenic planning work at the -2 level of the hospital of the bow 2 of chu de nice