Related lesson plans and learning network resources: for grades 6-12, written in consultation with bank street college of education these lesson plans can easily be adapted to supplement the reading and teaching of the catcher in the rye search me (not) developing profiles of literary and. Diagnosis of holden caulfield in a catcher in the rye by jd salinger - the period of adolescence is one of growth there will be necessary physiological, sexual, and mental changes in a person during this period, therefore making it one of the most important sections of life if an error is found during the growth of an. Throughout catcher in the rye, holden's actions and behavior match that of psychological disorders many of the symptoms of these disorders overlap, however, and if one is diagnosed, it is highly probable that holden is suffering from another disorder similar to that one for example respectfully yours, holden caulfield. From holden caulfield's red hunting hat to teddy mcardle's torn and dirty shirt, jd salinger hides more in catcher, salinger sets holden caulfield apart from the rest of the characters through his red hunting hat holden's hat holds the key to diagnosing holden and taking salinger up on his challenge holden's red. What i've read, eg, inner conflict and defense, indicates that all anxiety has a basis we just aren't always able to diagnose the source because the causative memories have either been the way that i see holden caulfield is that he is just a 16 year old teenager unsure of himself and what life has in store for him.
Holden caulfield: a psychiatrist's diagnosis - with a free essay review the protagonist and narrator of the novel, holden caulfield finds himself upset with society holden represents an intimate portrait of a disturbed teenage boy he faces universal problems that all teenagers face throughout time, like disillusion with the. Holden caulfield diagnosis - free download as word doc (doc / docx), pdf file (pdf), text file (txt) or read online for free. The catcher in the rye by jd salinger was published 62 years ago today this classic tale of holden caulfield, told from the point of view of the protagonist as he looks back on some of his adventures while confined in a psychiatric hospital with an unnamed diagnosis, has sold more than 60 million copies. Do something a little different with your lesson plans on catcher in the rye this lesson has your high school class trying to reach a diagnosis of holden caufield is he suffering from typical teenage angst, clinical depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.
Counselors who are responsible for diagnosing and prescribing for his current predicament here is your assignment: as a team of psychiatrists (groups of 4), prepare a written report (please, no less than four pages) that offers your perspectives and conclusions about your patient, holden caulfield your report must consist. Up next holden, jd, and the red cap- the catcher in the rye part 2: crash course english literature #7 - duration: 8:21 crashcourse 874,292 views 8:21.
This paper will present a diagnosis for holden, provide evidence for this claim, provide a hypothetical source for his syndrome, and then recommend a course of treatment the diagnosis for holden caulfield is co-occurring bipolar i disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder the was conjectured because of his recent. Freebooksummarycom ✅ psychological evaluation princendale psychiatric hospital name: holden caulfield evaluation date: december 16th, 2012 case no: 1124 3553 admission date: december 10th, 2012 purpose for evaluation: the patient is a 16 year old, single, white, male he is currently a junior in high school. In order to fully diagnose holden, his background and family life must be examined first of all, as mentioned before one of the main causes along with the causes of borderline personality disorder, holden caulfield shows many symptoms of this disorder that need to be addressed the first symptom of bpd that holden. 632 words - 3 pages jordan sakni ms antonuccienglish 12/2/06holden caulfield and jd salinger: one in the samethe catcher in the rye, by jd salinger, is home to the protagonist holden caulfield there is no coincidence that he holds a striking resemblance to the author of the novel himself both salinger and.
Find out about the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder, depression, the five stages of grieving and loss, the impact of death on a family, and any other reason you think holden might be failing out of school and wandering new york city you can give holden your diagnosis and find out how doctors would treat him. Everything you ever wanted to know about holden caulfield in the catcher in the rye, written by masters of this stuff just for you. Psychological evaluation of holden caulfield they need a template bosch goes to mr johnson, a school social worker and case manager for a student named ss age, religion, grade, family members, physical conditions, medical and psychiatric history, exams and diagnoses also that the student had been on.
Stylistic features of holden caulfield's language in j d salinger's the catcher in the rye: a corpus-based study freedman maintains that “holden is never able to take the step from diagnosis to action, or even to serious planning the only action he ever even contemplates is a strategy not of rebellion but of. Fifteen years ago, i'd seen holden caulfield as an enfant terrible, a prep-school peter pan who divides the world into childlike and pure, adult and contributed their observations to a new book that offered a more rigorous, scientific taxonomy of mental complaints, the diagnostic statistics manual (dsm. Hermit is another popular descriptor for the intensely private creator of the catcher in the rye's holden caulfield while posthumous diagnoses can never be definitive, more insight into salinger's private life could give us a better understanding of his psychological struggle to process his wartime. America's favorite literary rebel, the catcher in the rye's holden caulfield, has a special place in the hearts of readers after all, everyone was 17 once cleared up with a quick nap) in reality, it was a primitive way to diagnose the thousands of mental breakdowns following conflict that we now call ptsd.