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Table Of Contents

List of Illustrations
Prologue
Acknowledgments
Shoma Morita, MD
Morita Ryoho (Therapy)
Figure 1.1: Characteristics of Original Morita Therapy
Shinkeishitsu
Figure 1.2: Shinkeishitsu Psychopathology
Table 1.1: Types of Shinkeishitsu
Table 1.2: Shinkeishitsu Traits
Health of the Whole Person
Internationalization and Expanding Client Populations
Figure 1.3: Integrative Aspects of Morita Therapy
Internationalization and Expanding Client Populations
Table 1.3: International Congresses of Morita Therapy
Figure 1.4: Internationalization
Current Forms of Morita Practice
Figure 1.5: Current Practice of Morita Therapy
Summary
Matrix of Present-Past and Acceptance-Control
Figure 2.1: Matrix of Morita Therapy and Western Modalities
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Figure 2.2: CBT and MT Change Processes
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Table 2.1: Comparison of CBT, MBCT, and MT
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Table 2.2: Comparison of ACT and MT
Anxiety-Based Disorders
Table 3.1: Major Anxiety-Based Disorders
Figure 3.1: Breaking the Cycle of Panic Attacks
Figure 3.2: Destructive Cycle of OCD
Figure 3.3: Morita Approach to OCD
Case Example 3.1: OCD Outpatient Morita Therapy
Figure 3.4: Traumatic Detachment
Figure 3.5: Enryo
Uncomplicating Anxiety
Figure 3.6: Process of Complicating Anxiety
Desire for Life (Sei No Yokubo)
Figure 3.7: Sei No Yokubo
Figure 3.8: Two Wings of Desire: Anxiety and Hope
Anxiety Is Just Anxiety
Figure 3.9: Secure Anxiety
Natural Waves of Anxiety
Figure 3.10: Wavelike Pattern of Emotions
Secondary Meaning of Anxiety
Figure 3.11: Multiplying Anxiety
Case Example 3.2: Medication Use and Morita Therapy
Nonattachment to Anxiety
Figure 3.12: Client Attachment to Anxiety (Toraware)
Mismanagement of Anxiety
To Live Naturally
Figure 4.1: Major Client Objectives of Morita Therapy
To Live Naturally with Acceptance
Figure 4.2: Egolessness in Morita Therapy
Figure 4.3: Arugamama
Table 4.1: Aspects of Sunao
To Live Naturally with Attention
Figure 4.4: Joriki
Client Exercise 4.1: Fixation
Client Exercise 4.2: Concentration
To Live Naturally with Spontaneity
Figure 4.5: Dogmatic Self-Containment
Case Example 4.1: Dogmatic Self-Containment
Figure 4.6: Spontaneity (Kappatsu)
To Live Naturally with Purpose
Figure 4.7: Purposeful Living
Case Example 4.2: Purposefulness
To Live Naturally with Balance
Table 4.2: Restored Balance through Morita Therapy
Methodology Categories
Empathetic Redirection (Fum� n)
Figure 5.1: Morita Methodology
Empathetic Redirection (Fumōn)
Figure 5.2: Therapist as Fulcrum for Redirection of Attention
Experiential Learning
Figure 5.3: Experiential Therapy
Figure 5.5: Five Areas of Progressive Enabling
Life-Enhancing Environments
Figure 6.1: Morita Therapy Life-Enhancing Environment
Four Sequential Stages
Figure 6.2: Four-Stage Sequential Classic Morita Therapy
Figure 6.3: Consolidation through Paradoxical Intention
Figure 6.4: Matter-Centered Daily Living
Case Example 6.1: Light Occupational Work
Figure 6.5: Stage 3 Intensive Work
Figure 6.6: Seeping
Case Example 6.2: Inpatient Morita Therapy
Figure 6.7: Daisan Hospital Standard Morita Therapy
Residential Treatment Modifications
Table 6.1: Stage 1 Modification: Isolation/Privacy
Table 6.2: Stage 2 Modification: Quiet Immersion
Table 6.3: Stage 3 Modification: Communal Activity
Drawing 6.1: Shinkeishitsu Collapsing Bridge
Drawing 6.2: Shinkeishitsu Tree
Drawing 6.3: Arugamama Mountain
Drawing 6.4: Arugamama Heart
Rationale for Morita Outpatient Treatment
Figure 7.1: Standard Outpatient Morita Therapy (SOMT)
Figure 7.7: Mutual Trust
Figure 7.8: Persuasive Experiences
Figure 7.9: Therapeutic Alliance
Case Example 7.1: Therapist-Patient Relationship
Morita-Based Active Counseling
Figure 7.11: Examples of Reminder Cards
Case Example 7.2: Specifying Behavioral Goals
Table 7.1: Removing Attitudinal Blocks
Figure 7.12: Interrelating Process of Client Change
Case Example 7.3: Client Change
Clinical Training and Supervision
Figure 7.13: JSMT Training Program
The Extended Self
Figure 8.1: Self-Preoccupation Leading to Neurosis
Seikatsu No Hakkenkai
Chart 8.1: Hakkenkai Organizational Structure
Support Groups
Figure 8.2: Vicious Circle of IAD
Group Psychotherapy
Figure 8.3: Kuropan No Kai
Figure 8.4: Psychoeducational Group for Social Phobia
Christians In-Depth Fellowship
Chart 8.2: CID Group Activities
Epilogue
References
Subject Index
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Desire For Life

Desire For Life

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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.
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.

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