Next in my series for is a pair of interviews on enactive psychiatry with two gifted minds! #1 is Sanneke de Haan who views psychiatric disorders as disorders of sense-making & articulates an organizational view of causal interactions (1/2)
"psychiatric disorders are not exclusively in the brain, but the proper unit of analysis is rather the individual interacting with her world, plus the history of these interactions." Sanneke de Haan in interview with for
"Everything we do changes our brains in more or less relevant ways. But that does not make our brains the cause of everything we do. Our brains rather reflect what we do". A. Awais interviews Sanneke de Haan, author of Enactive Psychiatry.