About the book
In Dr. Jerome Schulte’s book, The Immortality Complex , he lists three things that are the philosophical theorems of his book: the essence of humanness is need, the essence of need is feelings, and the essence of feeling is growth. Need is the continued growth through feelings. He contends that people don t delve into their feelings near enough to the detriment of their selves. He discusses feelings in depth and the need for love and unconditional love and the problems with the lack thereof. Sexuality is vastly important to the self and to the sharing of sex with one that is important to the self. Dr. Jerome Schulte has worked with small children, juveniles, and adults as criminals and potential criminals and has his theories as to why they were bent that way and ways in which help could be accorded. If you have an interest in psychology or even an interest in people in general, you will be interested in reading The Immortality Complex by Dr. Jerome Schulte. The doctor discusses what is necessary to be a mentally healthy human. He also delves into the criminal personality which gets quite interesting. The doctor has 40 years of working with people. To aid them in many problems that they may have, he has studied the psychology of the mentally ill as well as those with a criminal bent, even young children. A spell-binding book!
About the author
This book is a synthesis of his over 50-year multidimensional career in clinical and administrative psychiatry in the community, military, education, state and federal mental health programs. Adolescence, juvenile, adult correctional and forensic court work have been areas of expertise. Multiple publications in The American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry correlated his work as Director of Medical Education and Recruitment at Atascadero State Hospital (the world s largest forensic hospital). Private practice in 3 states over 43 years encompassing childhood to centurion age groups. Certified expert witness in over 40 Superior and Federal Courts in California, Co-Director with Seymour Pollack M.D., Bruce Gross Director of USC Department of Psychiatry & Law and staff of a certificate program for 100 professional staff at Atascadero Hospital. The recruited of 40 Board Certified psychiatrists are achieving highest APA Hospital Accreditation. Staff psychiatrist for substance abuse and psychotic homicidal patient treatment programs. Board of Directors San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance for 30 years and current President.