Positive Disintegration
Positive Disintegration Podcast
Welcome to Positive Disintegration!

Welcome to Positive Disintegration!

Join hosts Emma Nicholson and Chris Wells for Episode 1

In the inaugural episode, Emma and Chris introduced themselves and Dąbrowski’s theory of positive disintegration. The discussion touched on some of the basics, such as:

  • Who was Dr. Kazimierz Dąbrowski, and where did his theory come from?

  • What is positive disintegration?

  • Unilevel vs. Multilevel processes

  • Overexcitabilities and Developmental Potential

  • Levels of Development

  • Dynamisms

We also talked about how Chris and Emma came to learn about the theory and find meaning in the idea of positive disintegration. Thank you for joining us on this journey!

Click here for extended show notes with an edited transcript (Paid subscribers only)

* A transcript of this episode is available on the Dabrowski Center website.

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Dabrowski Center and Positive Disintegration Podcast Community on Facebook

The Tragic Gift blog by Emma

Email us at positivedisintegration.pod@gmail.com

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Positive Disintegration
Positive Disintegration Podcast
What can be positive about disintegration? Join us for an exploration of positive disintegration through conversation and shared stories. It’s a framework for understanding a variety of intense experiences that often look and feel like mental illness, but which can also be viewed as building blocks for creating an authentic personality.