“The True Psychiatrist is a Meta-Psychiatrist”
“Modern psychological science dispenses altogether with the soul. … The new psychologists have ceased to think nobly of the soul, and even speak of it as a complete superfluity.”
And Fritz Mauthner (1906) wrote that, even then, we had “a psychology without the psyche” – soul-less.
And even more so over a hundred years on when psychiatry, soul-denying even then, has become merely Prozacatry!
A psychiatrist, a true psychiatrist, must be more than his medical colleagues, he was – and still is an alienist to them. He must be not merely a physician, but a meta-physician.
And more than that: not merely a psychiatrist, but a meta-psychiatrist. Concerned not merely with the mind, nor even the (usual) unconscious of admixed love and fear, but beyond that – meta – to the Deep Unconscious, to the Soul ever-yearning to be manifested into the world.
To be truly holistic is to be soulistic.
 Quoted in Otto Rank, Psychology and the Soul, trans. Gregory C. Richter and E. James Lieberman (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998), p. xvii.
 Ibid., p. xxii.