From the point of view of a naikan counselor brain anoxia

Maeshiro, T., 2003: from the point of view of a naikan counselor. Seishin shinkeigaku zasshi 105(8): 970-975 I will portrait of my clinical experience in hospitals with naikan therapy in this short paper. At the first hospital, I mainly took care of alcoholics. I initially tried to introduce intensive naikan, the original form of the method, into the therapeutic program of alcoholics. Encountering some stumbling blocks, however, I ended up using daily naikan journals but not intensive naikan form. At the second hospital I worked for, I was able to have the private room for the sole use of naikan therapy thanks to the director’s consideration.

Using intensive naikan this time, I first worked with alcoholics and their families, and then I also worked with neurotics and psychosomatics.Brain anoxia in april 2000, I finally started to devote myself entirely to working as a naikan therapist at a naikan center, established by the founder of naikan, ishin yoshimoto. This is a revision of my address at the 12th WPA symposium in yokohama held in august 2002.

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