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The foundation of biometric diagnostics is the principle that from the very moment of birth,and through the earliest pre-genital and pre-conscious development phases, no meaningful experience is ever forgotten or ever removed as a person's fixed, largely subconscious and often life long reference to himself, or herself. That experience could be a near death trauma at birth, the experience of abandonment, rejection, lack of bonding or attachment. Again, nothing is ever forgotten, and it is here, in the matrix of these primal experiences, that biometric constructs identifies the core of the most serious and largely inaccessible neuroses. Only when mental health therapists will grasp this truth will biometric diagnostics contribute to far more successful modes of intervention.

Biometrics for focused clinical intervention and psychiatric diagnostics.

No test or group of tests available to the professional therapist today is its equal in speed, accuracy and comprehensive accounting of a client's circumstances.

Psychotherapy and Biometric Analysis:

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Biometric Definitions of Personality (BDP)

3rd HUGE edition - by Arnold Holtzman, Ph.D.

(formerly) The Illustrated Textbook of Psychodiagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy

3rd HUGE 600 page edition for professional behavioral specialists. With 2nd addendum: Biometric Markers of Psychopathology

This new edition brings together in one extended volume the complete original edition with the new critically important 2nd addendum. This addendum introduces entirely new and clearly identified biometric markers of mental health disorders. In clinical work they permit identifying a comprehensive range of neurotic and pathological circumstances underlying their specific etiologies.

Biometric Definitions of Personality (BDP), formerly Psychodiagnostic Chirology (PDC), is a singularly unique, state-of-the-art, discipline in psychological diagnosis introduced in a language most laymen would understand. Laboratory tested.

With Biometric Markers of Psychopathology it delivers an accuracy and reliability that surpass any battery of tests presently available to the professional clinician. More than giving the measure to traits, capabilities, intellectual potential and sexual (libidinal) expressions among other constructions in personality, it focuses powerfully on how personality is given shape, and how behaviors assume their patterns.

The original work introduces syndromes that are wholly unknown in professional literature. Yet the most distinguished academicians and clinical psychologists today have endorsed this new material - indeed the discipline in its entirety - with an enthusiasm rarely encountered in this field of study.

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Addendum 1

Published in 2012 it introduced a 50 page extension to the original PDC textbook. Illustrated throughout, it introduces markers identifying a comprehensive range of neurotic dimensions in personality.

Addendum 2

Published in 2016. This addendum is a 100 page extension to the 3rd edition of the PDC textbook - now renamed Biometric Definitions of Personality (BDP). It is richly illustrated and introduces diagnostic markers of psychopathological circumstances. The textbook today is intended, in the main, for licensed mental health professionals.

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When a psychologist loses a client, the oft repeated excuse for his, or her, failure is that the client failed to contribute to the therapeutic program. The truth, however, is that the therapist had not the vaguest idea what might be at the very root of the neurotic circumstance. Psychiatrists would speak of a false epistemology. The psychologist depends entirely on how the client represents himself, or herself, when very few, if any, get past the myriad of entrenched defenses that block access to the true etiology of the disturbance. As often as not the stresses and traumas promoting the disorders originate in pre-conscious development stages – many near the very onset of life.

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