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Asian Healing Traditions in Counseling and Psychotherapy
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Asian Healing Traditions in Counseling and Psychotherapy

  • Roy Moodley - University of Toronto - OISE, Canada
  • Ted Lo - University of Toronto, Canada
  • Na Zhu - Psychotherapist, Canada

November 2017 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Asian Healing Traditions in Counseling and Psychotherapy aims to highlight and analyze the cultural healing practices of Far East Asian communities within the fields of health and mental health. The authors offers a bridge to Western programs in understanding and teaching about a variety of Asian healing techniques. Editor Roy Moodley bring together leading scholars across Asia to share and demystify Asian healing traditions such as Chinese Taoist Healing practices, Morita Therapy, Naikan Therapy, Mindfulness and Existential Therapy, Buddhism and Mindfulness Meditation, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Comparing Western traditions with Asian traditions, the book informs counselors how to apply and integrate Eastern and Western approaches in their practices. 
Joseph Trimble
Foreword
 
Acknowledgments
 
Introduction
 
PART A: THE ANCIENT ART OF ASIAN HEALING TRADITIONS
Kwang-Kuo Hwang
Chapter 1: Confucianism and Healing
Catherine Tien-Lun Sun
Chapter 2: Taoism and Healing
Tony Toneatto
Chapter 3: Buddhism and Healing
Amy L. Ai
Chapter 4: Qigong and Healing (Based on Daoist Philosophy)
Tadashi Ogawa and Mami Ishii
Chapter 5: Ki (?) and Healing
 
PART B: INTEGRATING ASIAN HEALING TRADITIONS INTO CLINICAL PRACTICES
Ben C. H. Kuo and Beatriz Rodriguez-Rubio
Chapter 6: Infusing Asian Healing Traditions into Counseling Pschology
Boon-Ooi Lee
Chapter 7: Integrating Asian Healing Traditions Into Psychotherapy
Tenzin Lhundup and James H. Lake
Chapter 8: Integrating Asian Healing Traditions into Biomedicine
Marco Mascarin
Chapter 9: Mindfulness Meditation, Buddhism and Therapeutic Practices
 
PART C: ASIAN HEALING TRADITIONS AND THEIR CONTEMPORARY FORMULATIONS
Yu-ping Cao, Jie Zeng, and Ya-lin Zhang
Chapter 10: Chinese Taoist Cognitive Pschotherapy
Kenneth Fung and Zhuo-Hong Zhu
Chapter 11: Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Asian Thought
Chikako Ozawa-de Silva and Yoshihiko Miki
Chapter 12: Japanese Contemplative Practice of Naikan
Charles P. Chen
Chapter 13: Morita Therapy
Martha P. Novoa and Emily Kedar
Chapter 14: Reiki Therapy
 
PART D: ASIAN HEALING TRADITIONS INSPIRE CREATIVE THERAPIES
Paul Posadzki and Samantha Jacques
Chapter 15: Tai Chi and Meditation
Carolyn Zerbe Enns and Makiko Kasai
Chapter 16: Hakoniwa: Japanese Sandplay Therapy
Mami Ishii and Ted Lo
Chapter 17: Oishii: Japanese Delicious Moment Therapy
 
Conclusion: Integrating Asian Healing Traditions into Counseling and Psychotherapy
 
Glossary
 
References
 
Index
 
About the Editors

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ISBN: 9781483371436