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He removed the chains from the patients, both at Bicêtre and at the women’s asylum known as Salpêtrière. Instead of using restraints, Pinel advocated daytime activities such as work or occupational therapy to allow for restful sleep at night. At the same time, across the English Channel, William Tuke established the York Retreat (Edginton, 1997), a small country house deliberately designed to allow 17 18 CHAPTER 1 Philippe Pinel, a French physician, released mental patients from their chains and advocated a more humane form of treatment.
Weyer was the first physician to specialize in the treatment of mental illness, and Paracelsus refuted the idea that abnormal behaviors were linked to demonic possession. Paracelsus believed that mental disorders could be hereditary and that some physical illnesses had a psychological origin (Tan & Yeow, 2003). These changing views toward mental illness altered treatment approaches as well. A movement that was genuinely concerned with providing help arose, and its goal was to separate those with mental illness from those who engaged in criminal behavior (Sussman, 1998).
He was one of the first theoreticians to highlight the role of environmental factors in abnormal behavior, but he considered the early environment to consist almost exclusively of one’s mother and father. This belief sometimes led to detrimental and undeserved blaming of parents as the cause of abnormal behavior. For Freud, the key therapeutic ingredient was the achievement of insight. Overcoming psychological difficulties meant understanding their causes and meaning. Unlike Breuer, Freud did not view hypnosis as necessary to achieve insight, but he did believe in the talking cure, a lengthy relationship between therapist and patient.