“1.4.1 Conceptual Component
This component dealt with analyses and delineations of the conceptual bases of psychiatry for the person. It produced an editorial and a regular article in international journals presenting the objectives of this component [15, 44, 49]. Additionally, a monographic set on the conceptual bases of psychiatry for the person was prepared and eventually published with the following table of contents:
Introduction [44, 49], Historical perspectives , Philosophy of science perspectives , Ethics perspectives , Biological perspectives , Psychological perspectives , Social perspectives , Cultural perspectives , Spiritual perspectives , Users perspectives , and Literature and art perspectives .”
Introduction to Person-Centered Psychiatry
Juan E. Mezzich, MD, MA, MS, PhD,
Michel Botbol, MD,
George N. Christodoulou, MD, PhD,
C. Robert Cloninger, MD, PhD
and Ihsan M. Salloum, MD, MPH
I remember Cloninger from somewhere.
This might be something to do with transference, being nothing but a fiction invented by the therapist, but I am not sure.