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by Vernon M. Neppe

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ISBN:
0897168232
Author:
Vernon M. Neppe
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Elton Wolf Pub; First Printing edition (February 1999)
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Cry The Beloved Mind has the qualities of a classic-a new style of educating, a voyage of hope for those with difficulties and a wonderful introduction to the area for patients, their families and general readers, as well as students and practitioners in psychology and medicine.

CRY THE BELOVED MIND is a book about hope: optimism for those with even the most extreme conditions of the mind. The author, Vernon Neppe has outstanding credentials. Those in distress will benefit enormously by the positive message of success. He is an internationally recognized pioneer in the fields of neuropsychiatry, psychopharmacology, and psychiatry, communicates that real caring, humanity, knowledge, humor, respect and warmth that we all want in our physicians. We can identify compassionately with every unique and fascinating patient, learn to respect them, and participate in an engaging medical detective mystery of finding solutions to the seemingly insoluble.

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Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope is indeed a voyage of hope, and large .

Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope is indeed a voyage of hope, and large numbers of people have benefited from its creative and solid ideas pertaining to how to get better. This book is also special in another way: It defines for the first time the new non-fiction literary genre of Sciction - science through literature.

Vernon Neppe, MD, PhD, FRSSAf, is a neuropsychiatrist and head of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute in Seattle. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and recipient of the Whiting Memorial Award more. He is author of two major psychopharmacology books, Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope and Innovative y (ww. com), and many other books including Déjà Vu Revisited, Déjà Vu: A Second Look, Déjà Vu: Glossary and Library. He was chosen (in 2004) as one of the Leading s of the Twentieth Century by the Collegium Internationale.

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"The Second Coming of Oliver Sacks." This is one reader's portrayal of Dr. Vernon M. Neppe's latest book "Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope." High praise, indeed, given that Dr. Sacks has achieved an international reputation with his books, movies and TV programs in the area of unusual, abnormal brain functioning.

Vernon Neppe MD, PhD, in his own right an internationally respected neuropsychiatrist, expert on brain medications, and author of Innovative Psychopharmacotherapy and The Psychology of Dj Vu, agrees that there are similarities: "Dr. Sacks's books and TV series," he says, "are about the brain and are meant for the general reader. Similarly, Cry the Beloved Mind aims at educating patients, their families, the public, students and academia about the brain." Dr. Neppe says that the first chapter of his book (entitled Awakenings Revisited) may well be compared to the movie Awakenings. That film was based on Dr. Sacks's account on how patients were re-awakened after many years by a special drug. But, he adds: "Cry the Beloved Mind encompasses even more, as I share several personal new discoveries with my readers as well as targeting hope for recovery. My book is far more than just a wonderful way for the general reader to be educated in areas such as depression, seizures, psychosis, brain medications and social medical issues. I wrote it with a far deeper purpose in mind. There are many patients suffering out there and I want to help them."

Cry the Beloved Mind is, indeed, a compassionate, respectful, self-help book which allows patients, their families and the general reader to understand what their doctors are doing when using powerful mind-modifying medications such as Prozac, BuSpar and Tegretol. As for Dr. Neppe's consultations in the book, he has taken a fresh approach, writing in a style that he describes as being "a play within prose." It is fundamentally a dialogue between the generic "Doctor" and his patients or medical students using the entirely new literary genre of "sciction"-medical science expressed through fictitious composite case histories. Although incorporating various patients, all the cases are based on fact, so that there is a real educational opportunity while patient confidentiality is protected. The book functions as a unit with the medical student, Andrew, developing not only skills but medical maturity as the book progresses. The section of Dr. Neppe's book that some may find most intriguing are the pages devoted to so-called "medical social issues". Embedded in every chapter, are short, spicy interchanges about the use of generic medications, relating to issues surrounding legitimate informed consent, as well as what constitutes normality, self-growth, and the ongoing dilemmas of treatment. Also included are reasons why not to commit suicide.

For the reader, a survey of the Table of Contents of Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope is most illuminating. Each of the twelve chapters build to make a magnificent whole. For instance.

"The woman who predicts earthquakes." provides the fascination for the education about seizure advances.

"Curing the incurable" describes Dr. Neppe's amazing discovery of the first apparent cure for the terrible movement disorder of tardive dyskinesia, one of the major scourges in all of psychiatry.

"Tomorrow I will kill myself" changes when a patient's atypical brain firing is finally treated successfully.

"The deep dark pit" illustrates how Dr. Neppe was able to help even the most resistant depressed patient.

On the lighter side, two chapters are paired together: "Sugar and spice" (discussing such social drugs as coffee), and "And everything nice" (focusing on herbal remedies). And yet, the most valuable reference portion of the book may be the comprehensive glossaries: patients and families repeatedly comment on how useful these are to their education; so do students.

The author, Dr. Vernon Neppe has outstanding credentials. Not only is he an internationally recognized pioneer in the fields of neuropsychiatry and psychopharmacology, but he communicates that real caring, humanity, knowledge, humor, respect and warmth that we all want in our physicians.

We can identify compassionately with every unique and fascinating patient, learn to respect them, and participate in an engaging medical detective mystery of finding solutions to the seemingly insoluble.

This is a book you do not want to miss. Every page educates and enthralls the reader-whether patient, physician, intelligent general reader, student or therapist-touching important social issues ranging from gun control to informed consent. The book's broad spectrum engages interest while fascinating and teaching all at the same time.

Far more than pharmacology, this book delivers meaning for those who have lost it. Viktor Frankl did so in an abstract sense, and Norman Vincent Peale more pragmatically in his theological directions. This book promises to be the medical and pharmacological equivalent, unfolding through twelve chapters the hope that, by careful evaluation, patients can, should and will get better.

The chapters form a series of linked stories blending several real patients together into one using the new style of "sciction"-science through fiction. Through these fictitious case histories, Dr. Neppe explores how correction of the underlying biology of the brain can do wonders for one's mind. The use of extensive dialogue simplifies complex areas and allows easier targeting of specific areas of the book such as depression and anxiety, seizures, psychoses and movement disorders. Dr. Neppe provides insights into drug interactions as well as fashionable alternative medicines like St John's wort, so that it feels like one is consulting with this master clinician.

Cry the Beloved Mind has the qualities of a classic-a new style of educating, a voyage of hope for those with difficulties and a wonderful introduction to the area for students of psychology, medicine, as well as members of family and friends of patients.

Those in distress will benefit enormously by the positive message of success. But then so will those interested in psychology, medicine or even a new style of writing.

  • Ranterl
This is a very thoughtful, interesting book. Dr Vernon Neppe is an expert in his field, and yet he does not rush to judgment on his patients- he first looks at health and potential deficiencies, etc. that could be causing the issues. Certainly he explains the benefits of how medications for mental illness work and why they are necessary, but he truly treats the whole patient. Each chapter is a story, written about a patient and their symptoms and journey and many are very surprising. He has a medical student with him at many times, and he describes their questions and how they came to understand each patient which makes you feel like you are right there with him. I believe the very best part is the compassion he has for patients and love for the mind that needs help. He also gives historical information on mental illness classification and treatment, and makes it interesting. He also discusses the effect of diagnosis on the patient. If you have a mental illness or a loved one who does read this book, you will learn.
  • Funny duck
interesting but heavy