"A provocative but balanced book that will be of great interest for all concerned with Japan, religiously based therapies, and the cure of nervous disorders, it may challenge one's assumptions about such notions as the nature of 'self' as ...
Author: David K. Reynolds
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
"A provocative but balanced book that will be of great interest for all concerned with Japan, religiously based therapies, and the cure of nervous disorders, it may challenge one's assumptions about such notions as the nature of 'self' as well as provide insight into life, suffering, and happiness." --Religious Studies Review "The descriptions of the various therapies are informative, vivid, and engaging." --Contemporary Psychology "The penetrating account given in an afterword by George DeVos delineates the important psychological differences between Americans and Japanese that render Western psychoanalysis inapplicable to the Japanese scene." --Journal of the American Medical Association "Will undoubtedly become a landmark in comparative psychiatry and social anthropology." --American Journal of Psychiatry
A number of books describe them in detail — Fujita's Morita Therapy and my books Morita Psychotherapy , Naikan Psychotherapy , The Quiet Therapies ...
Author: David K. Reynolds
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book is the first to discuss experiences of the Morita and Naikan ways of life in the Western World. Although Morita and Naikan are therapies--perspectives on neurotic habits and their correction--the vision is educational rather than medical. The approach offers a way of acknowledging feelings while engaging in constructive living. With roots in Zen, the principles of this constructive living were formulated over 80 years ago by Shoma Morita, a Japanese psychiatrist. Like Zen, these principles are thoroughly grounded in the reality of the here and now. Morita's methods are aimed at the person who suffers from anxiety, shyness, phobias, and obsessions that often manifest in physical symptoms such as headaches, insomnia, stomach disorders, and heart palpitations. However the techniques are available and beneficial to people at widely different stages of self-development, not just to those whose lives are plagued by neurotic suffering. Reynolds offers a look at the adaptations necessary to transform and transport these Japanese methods into techniques useful to Westerners. Cultural-psychological insights are presented by the author who is both an anthropologist and clinician. Flowing Bridges offers a unique case study of directed change of a psychotherapeutic system. What is Eastern, what is Western, and what is commonly human becomes more clear from this example of importation of Japanese ideas into the West. For psychotherapists, there are extensive accounts of hands-on treatment methods. For those interested in adding these very effective techniques, the first-person accounts of a variety of contributors will be helpful.
BOOK REVIEWS JAPANESE THERAPIES David K . Reynolds , The Quiet Therapies : Japanese Pathways To Personal Growth , afterword ... avid Reynolds
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I truly adored it' JOSIE SILVER 'This is an extraordinarily tense yet tender portrait of a marriage ... written with assurance and agonising insight, and the characters of Maggie and Frank will stay with me for a long time' MAIL ...
Author: Abbie Greaves
Publisher: Random House
The moving and uplifting BBC Radio 2 Book Club pick 'A remarkable debut' JOJO MOYES 'Beautifully written' WOMAN & HOME 'An unforgettable love story' CATHERINE ISAAC ___________________________ A lifetime of love. Six months of silence. One last chance. Frank hasn't spoken to his wife Maggie for six months. For weeks they have lived under the same roof, slept in the same bed and eaten at the same table - all without words. Maggie has plenty of ideas as to why her husband has gone quiet, but it will take another heartbreaking turn of events before Frank finally starts to unravel the secrets that have silenced him. Is this where their story ends? Or is it where it begins? READERS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE SILENT TREATMENT ***** 'The best book I have read this year' ***** 'It's impossible not to fall in love with Frank and Maggie' ***** 'A wonderful story, it made me laugh and cry' ***** 'I read it in two sittings I was so hooked!' ___________________________ 'An original and moving debut from a talented new voice' SANTA MONTEFIORE 'Empathetic, beautifully written ... will resonate with fans of Jojo Moyes, David Nicholls and Gail Honeyman' Daily Express 'It's beautiful, so moving and clever. I truly adored it' JOSIE SILVER 'This is an extraordinarily tense yet tender portrait of a marriage ... written with assurance and agonising insight, and the characters of Maggie and Frank will stay with me for a long time' Daily Mail 'Beautifully written in Greaves's unique voice... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful' Woman & Home 'A must read' Sunday Express 'Heart-breaking secrets tenderly evoked with intelligence and depth. Maggie and Frank are unforgettable characters' RACHEL HORE, author of The Memory Garden 'I adored this powerful, heart-breaking tale' The Sun 'Such stunning prose, and such insight for a debut author... I was bowled over by Abbie's writing' CLARE MACKINTOSH 'A beautifully written and compelling novel that enthralled us from beginning to end. Frank and Maggie feel so real, and their moving story is simple, but powerfully told' Heat When a debut is praised by the likes of Jojo Moyes, you know it's worth reading ... You won't be able to put down this tender and heartbreaking read' Cosmopolitan 'An unforgettable love story with a mystery that had me captivated until the last, heart-wrenching page. It deserves to be huge' CATHERINE ISAAC, author of You Me Everything 'Greaves's insightful account of a long marriage kept us gripped till the very last page' Independent 'Beautifully written... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful' Woman 'A tender, heartfelt portrayal of a long marriage with all its secrets. Cleverly structured and beautifully written, this novel celebrates love, hope - and the importance of finding the right words' LUCY DIAMOND 'In her tremendously moving debut, a novel that pulses with emotional tension, Abbie Greaves masterfully unpicks a history of ordinary lives facing extraordinary challenges. I found it impossible to look away from the relationship at the heart of this novel' GILLY MACMILLAN, author of The Nanny 'I really loved it...It's a very moving book' JO WILEY 'It's bittersweet and beautifully written...It's a book that stays with you' ASHLEY AUDRAIN
1980 The Quiet Therapies. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii. Reynolds, D. K. and C. W. Kiefer 1977 Cultural Adaptability as an Attribute of ...
Author: Anthony J. Marsella
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Within the past two decades, there has been an increased interest in the study of culture and mental health relationships. This interest has extended across many academic and professional disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, sociology, psychiatry, public health and social work, and has resulted in many books and scientific papers emphasizing the role of sociocultural factors in the etiology, epidemiology, manifestation and treatment of mental disorders. It is now evident that sociocultural variables are inextricably linked to all aspects of both normal and abnormal human behavior. But, in spite of the massive accumulation of data regarding culture and mental health relationships, sociocultural factors have still not been incorporated into existing biological and psychological perspectives on mental disorder and therapy. Psychiatry, the Western medical specialty concerned with mental disorders, has for the most part continued to ignore socio-cultural factors in its theoretical and applied approaches to the problem. The major reason for this is psychiatry's continued commitment to a disease conception of mental disorder which assumes that mental disorders are largely biologically-caused illnesses which are universally represented in etiology and manifestation. Within this perspective, mental disorders are regarded as caused by universal processes which lead to discrete and recognizable symptoms regardless of the culture in which they occur. However, this perspective is now the subject of growing criticism and debate.
The quiet therapies. Japanese pathways to personal growth. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Shimosaka, K., & Shibusawa, T. (1996).
Author: Kit S. Ng
Global Perspectives in Family Therapy: Development, Practice, Trends provides an overview of the development of the family and the issues and concerns they are faced with in different cultural contexts. Contributions from experts in the field expand on the different aspects on the historical beginnings, current developments, training issues, theoretical variations, future trends, and research potential in family therapy throughout 14 countries. It explores the diverse cultural approach to family therapy and suggests various clinical interventions that are helpful to clinicians dealing with families from different countries, including case studies, vignettes and research outcomes of family therapy overseas.
Morita Psychotherapy. Berkeley: University of California Press Reynolds, D.K. (1980). The Quiet Therapies: Japanese Pathways to Personal Growth.
Author: Peg LeVine
Shoma (Masatake) Morita, M.D. (1874-1938) was a Japanese psychiatrist-professor who developed a unique four stage therapy process. He challenged psychoanalysts who sanctioned an unconscious or unconsciousness (collective or otherwise) that resides inside the mind. Significantly, he advanced a phenomenal connection between existentialism, Zen, Nature and the therapeutic role of serendipity. Morita is a forerunner of eco-psychology and he equalised the strength between human-to-human attachment and human-to-Nature bonds. This book chronicles Morita’s theory of "peripheral consciousness", his paradoxical method, his design of a natural therapeutic setting, and his progressive-four stage therapy. It explores how this therapy can be beneficial for clients outside of Japan using, for the first time, non-Japanese case studies. The author’s personal material about training in Japan and subsequent practice of Morita’s ecological and phenomenological therapy in Australia and the United States enhance this book. LeVine’s coining of "cruelty-based trauma" generates a rich discussion on the need for therapy inclusive of ecological settings. As a medical anthropologist, clinical psychologist and genocide scholar, LeVine shows how the four progressive stages are essential to the classic method and the key importance of the first "rest" stage in outcomes for clients who have been embossed by trauma. Since cognitive science took hold in the 1970s, complex consciousness theories have lost footing in psychology and medical science. This book reinstates "consciousness" as the dynamic core of Morita therapy. The case material illustrates the use of Morita therapy for clients struggling with the aftermath of trauma and how to live creatively and responsively inside the uncertainty of existence. The never before published archival biographic notes and photos of psychoanalyst Karen Horney, Fritz Perls, Eric Fromm and other renowned scholars who took an interest in Morita in the 1950s and 60s provide a dense historical backdrop.
147 ie those with parents and other significant caregivers 148 For example, Reynolds, D 1980 The Quiet Therapies, Univ. Hawaii Press, US 149 Krech G, ...
Author: Caroline Brazier
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Caroline Brazier offers an introduction to an innovative therapeutic approach which is founded on an understanding of human process that is both practical, and honoring of our place in an experiential world.
Reynolds, D. K. (1980) The quiet therapies: Japanese pathways to personal growth. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii. Spiegel, J. P., & Papajohn ...
Author: Paul Pedersen
This is a comprehensive and well elaborated review of conceptual frameworks for counseling and therapy in cross-cultural problems. Most of the widely-spread literature is organized into groups, methodology is presented in an even flow with access to diagnostic considerations, and the variety of racial and cultural parameters encountered in the subject is thus made clear. . . . All the concepts developed in this book can be applied to a client population of a variety of ethnic groups. Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health This handbook is intended to help meet the need for information on and training in cross-cultural counseling and therapy. Pedersen has provided a convenient reference source that reviews the history, present status, fundamental assumption's fundamental theories, and future directions of forty different specializations within the broad field of cross-cultural counseling. Each chapter is written by a recognized specialist in the field. The chapters are evenly divided into five parts covering perspectives, counseling methods, client populations, key issues of controversy and research, and guidelines for education and training. By including so many of the most prominent authors in one volume and by condensing their most important messages, the book becomes a virtual encyclopedia for a rapidly changing field.
Author: Christine A. PadeskyPublish On: 2012-03-26
Determinants of change in cognitive therapy of depression. Cognitive Therapy and Research, ... The quiet therapies: Japanese pathways to personal growth.
Author: Christine A. Padesky
Publisher: Guilford Press
Note: this book is only compatible with the first edition of Mind Over Mood. If you'd like to assign Mind Over Mood to your clients, but aren't sure about how to incorporate it into practice, you'll find the answers you need in Clinician's Guide to Mind Over Mood. This essential book shows you how to introduce Mind Over Mood to your clients, integrate it with your in-session therapy work, increase client compliance in completing home assignments, and overcome common difficulties. Step-by-step instructions are provided on how to tailor the program to follow cognitive therapy treatment protocols for a range of diagnoses, including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, panic disorder, substance abuse, and complex, multiple problems. Also outlined are ways to pinpoint the development of specific cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills. The Clinician's Guide is richly illustrated with case examples and sample client-therapist dialogues in every chapter.
We cannot comfortably prescribe a long and expensive treatment if an effective ... therapies for those patients who would benefit from that treatment .
Author: Arnold M. Cooper
Publisher: Psychology Press
This book brings together for the first time in one volume selected papers by one of the leading contemporary intellectual figures in the field of psychoanalysis, Arnold M. Cooper M.D. Cooper has addressed every aspect of American psychoanalytic life: theory, clinical work, education, research, the interface with neighboring disciplines, and the institutional life of the profession. In these papers, he both documents and critiques what he calls a 'Quiet Revolution' following the death of Freud, in the way psychoanalysis is conceived: as a science, as a theory of mental life, as a treatment, as a profession. Throughout his professional life, the process of change has fascinated Cooper. His own contributions to psychoanalytic clinical theory have changed our understanding of work with patients to include a greater appreciation of narcissistic and pre-oedipal themes in development and of the human encounter embedded in the psychoanalytic situation. His progressive leadership in our educational and professional organizations has done much to promote change toward greater self-examination and tolerance of new ideas, and indeed, to create the conditions that make change possible. Above all, Cooper's unique ability to observe and reflect upon the process of change, recorded here in papers selected from over 150 written in the years between 1947 and 2002, has helped make Cooper the guide to whom psychoanalysts repeatedly turn to understand not only where, but even what, psychoanalysis is.
1981) Morita, S. Shin/eeishitsu No Hontai To Ryoho [Nature of Neurosis and Its Therapy]. ... D.The Quiet Therapies: japanese Pathways to Personal Growth.
Author: James M. McMahon
"In Praise of Psychotherapists" gets to the heart of what really happens between two people in psychotherapy. James M. McMahon boldly confronts the problems in the profession that have wounded psychotherapy, particularly over the past two decades. He challenges the daunting theory, political infighting, unexamined personal and professional shame, narcissism, and fusion-topped off by the managed care cabal-that have left the profession and its intended beneficiaries reeling. Still, McMahon maintains that an inexorable power of growth is unleashed when two people commit themselves to the examination of personal struggle, and he demonstrates the conditions necessary for that explosion of awake-ness to occur, in a way never before shown. "Not since Carl Rogers has a psychologist written with such courage, compassion, and insight. Dr. mcMahon brings a completely fresh perspective to understanding human experience and opens a previously unknown window into the subject of human change. He is the rare psychotherapist who writes of his work with such brilliance and beauty as to be inspirational." Ken Byrne, Psy.D., CEO, The Balint Group, Melbourne, Australia
Morita therapy : A Japanese therapy for neurosis . American Journal of Psychoanalysis ... The quiet therapies . Honolulu : University Press of Hawaii .
Author: E. Mark Stern
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
Leading psychotherapists present a broad range of theoretical, philosophical, and clinical perspectives on the self-contained person who seeks therapy. With numerous enlightening case studies, they explore the characteristics of the self-contained patient--often a bright, dedicated, hardworking, and successful person who has decided to be self-reliant and to achieve without needing or acknowledging help. The experts also examine the provocations leading self-contained persons to seek therapy. This authoritative volume addresses the intricacies of working with the self-contained person, who is often competitive and ill at ease with experts, and proposes successful interventions for treating the ever-challenging and provocative self-contained patient.
Naikan therapy: An experiential view. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 23, 252–263. Reynolds, D. K. (1980). The quiet therapies: Japanese ...
Author: Edward C. Chang
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Handbook of Adult Psychopathology in Asians represents a historically remarkable global collaboration among leading experts of psychopathology in Asian adults. Chapters provide critical appraisals of existing research and theory as they relate to issues surrounding the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of major mental disorders among Asians. This volume covers major Axis I disorders as identified by the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, somatoform disorders, dissociative disorders, eating disorders, sleep disorders, adjustment disorders, and schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. In addition, the book provides coverage of Axis II personality disorders, including antisocial personality disorder. Complementing these topics are chapters that take a unique look at psychiatric syndromes that have been identified in Asia and at interventions that have been indigenously developed in Asia for treating mental disorders. Additional foundational chapters focus on topics such as the psychology of Asians, assessment and research issues in studying Asians, and future directions for research and policy in studying and treating Asians with mental disorders. With this volume in hand, mental health professionals and researchers around the world now have a single and critical resource that they can use to enhance their efforts in studying and treating Asian adults with mental disorders.
... quite removed from formalised DBT and art therapy, feeling powerless at how to help him. Image-making, through the quiet room hatch After a few weeks of ...
Author: Tasha Colbert
Working Across Modalities in the Arts Therapies: Creative Collaborations offers an in-depth insight into cross-modality and transdisciplinary practice in the arts therapies. Including contributions from drama, music, dance movement and art therapists, as well as professionals from related disciplines, it vividly demonstrates how the alchemy of these collaborations produces innovative interventions and new approaches to working with clients. Compelling examples of collaborative practice cover a variety of client groups, ranging from Syrian refugee children and women with eating disorders, to homeless war veterans and sex offenders. Together, the authors make the case for the effectiveness of cross-modal and transdisciplinary approaches when working with otherwise hard-to-reach and complex populations. This book is a guide to good practice and an invaluable resource for both experienced arts therapists and those new to the field. It will also be of benefit to healthcare and education professionals, arts practitioners, and anyone with an interest in the subject.
The quiet therapies. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. ... East meets West: Moritist and Freudian psychotherapies. Science and Psychoanalysis, 21, ...
Author: Dr. Brian Ogawa
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Desire for Life: The Practitioner's Introduction to Morita Therapy for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders summarizes key therapeutic goals and methods for applying Morita Therapy to counseling persons experiencing severe anxiety-related disorders, including general anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, phobias, posttraumatic stress, and hypochondria. This book is a concise and authoritative guide for those who want to incorporate Morita Therapy into their professional practice or teaching of Eastern counseling approaches. The hallmarks of Morita Therapy are holistic well-being, contextual healing, and integrative intervention. This book presents these elements to benefit practitioners and instructors in psychology, counseling, social work, education, human services, medicine, and allied health.
Is this where their story ends? Or is it where it begins? With characters that will capture your heart, THE SILENT TREATMENT celebrates the phenomenal power of love and the importance of leaving nothing unsaid.
Author: Abbie Greaves
A BBC Radio 2 Book Club pick 'A remarkable debut' JOJO MOYES 'It's beautiful, so moving and clever. I truly adored it.' JOSIE SILVER, author of One Day in December ___________________________ A lifetime of love. Six months of silence. One last chance. Frank hasn't spoken to his wife Maggie for six months. For weeks they have lived under the same roof, slept in the same bed and eaten at the same table - all without words. Maggie has plenty of ideas as to why her husband has gone quiet, but it will take another heartbreaking turn of events before Frank finally starts to unravel the secrets that have silenced him. Is this where their story ends? Or is it where it begins? With characters that will capture your heart, THE SILENT TREATMENT celebrates the phenomenal power of love and the importance of leaving nothing unsaid. ___________________________ 'An original and moving debut from a talented new voice.' SANTA MONTEFIORE 'This is an extraordinarily tense yet tender portrait of a marriage ... written with assurance and agonising insight, and the characters of Maggie and Frank will stay with me for a long time' Daily Mail 'Beautifully written in Greaves's unique voice... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful.' Woman & Home 'A must read' Sunday Express 'Heart-breaking secrets tenderly evoked with intelligence and depth. Maggie and Frank are unforgettable characters' RACHEL HORE, author of The Memory Garden 'Empathetic, beautifully written ... will resonate with fans of Jojo Moyes, David Nicholls and Gail Honeyman.' Daily Express 'I adored this powerful, heart-breaking tale' The Sun 'Such stunning prose, and such insight for a debut author... I was bowled over by Abbie's writing.' CLARE MACKINTOSH 'A beautifully written and compelling novel that enthralled us from beginning to end. Frank and Maggie feel so real, and their moving story is simple, but powerfully told.' Heat When a debut is praised by the likes of Jojo Moyes, you know it's worth reading ... You won't be able to put down this tender and heartbreaking read.' Cosmopolitan 'An unforgettable love story with a mystery that had me captivated until the last, heart-wrenching page. It deserves to be huge' CATHERINE ISAAC, author of You Me Everything 'Greaves's insightful account of a long marriage kept us gripped till the very last page' Independent 'Beautifully written... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful.' Woman 'A tender, heartfelt portrayal of a long marriage with all its secrets. Cleverly structured and beautifully written, this novel celebrates love, hope - and the importance of finding the right words.' LUCY DIAMOND 'In her tremendously moving debut, a novel that pulses with emotional tension, Abbie Greaves masterfully unpicks a history of ordinary lives facing extraordinary challenges. I found it impossible to look away from the relationship at the heart of this novel.' GILLY MACMILLAN, author of The Nanny 'I really loved it...It's a very moving book' JO WILEY
The chapter begins first with Asian psychotherapies: Buddhism and the Japanese approaches of Naikan and Morita therapy. Then, I examine the Chinese approach ...
Author: Elsie Jones-Smith
Publisher: SAGE Publications
This breakthrough edition of Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach, by Elsie Jones-Smith, sets a new standard in counseling theories books. The Second Edition goes beyond expert coverage of traditional and social constructivist theories with coverage of more contemporary approaches to psychotherapy, including individual chapters on spirituality and psychotherapy, strengths-based therapy, neuroscience and neuropsychotherapy, motivational interviewing, and the expressive arts therapies. In every chapter, the case study of a preadolescent boy demonstrates how each theory can be applied in psychotherapy. Up to date and easy to read, the book engages readers with inner reflection questions that help them apply the theories to the lives of their clients and shows them how to develop their own integrative approach to psychotherapy.