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Culture and Psychotherapy : review and critique (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Special Lectures 1) Wen-Shing@Tseng 1`5
Fundamental issues in psychotherapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Special Lectures 1) Char-Nie Chen 7`8
Current atates of international coutribution in Japanese psychiatry (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Special Lectures 2) Naotaka Shinfuku 9`14
Current status of Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Opening Session) Kenshiro Ohara 15`16
Morita therapy in China (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Opening Session) Xueshi Chen 17`19
Morita therapy can change personality (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Opening Session) Tsuneo Okamoto 21`25
Advancing toward a new horizon of psychotherapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Opening Session) Naotake Shinfuku 27`30
Essential psychological interventions in psychiatry (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Opening Session) J.M. Bertolote 31`40
The therapeutic effectiveness of Morita therapy on neurotics with avoidant personality disorder (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 1) Akira Uchiyama et al. 41`43
Treatment of schizophrenics via telephone counseling (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 1) Bunkichi Ueno 45`47
Controlled study of modified Morita therapy on chronic schizophrenia (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita therapy Symposium 1) Wang Xueyi et al. 49`53
A recovery process of anthropophobia (social phobia) treated by experience-learning on Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita therapy symposuim 1) Kazuo Umeno et al. 55`56
"""Social anxiety related syndromes"" ; their universality and cultural diversity (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 2)" Kei Nakamura 57`60
An attempt of Morita-based group psychotherapy with art therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 1) Yukihiko Nanjo et al. 61`64
A study for the Rorscchach predictors to the treatment outcome on the Morita Therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 1) Ryoichi Hoshino et al. 65`68
Treatment system and method in inpatient Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 1) Mikiko Kubota et al. 69`72
Information technology and mental health (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita therapy Symposium 1) Kunifumi Suzuki 73`75
The status of the father in psychotherapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 2) Masaaki Hosino 77`79
The experience of overcome fear of trembling (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 2) Teruyo Suzuki 81`82
Seikatsu-no-Hakkenkai - the organization for group learning of Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 2) Suzuyo Ohtani 83`84
Morita therapy, constructive living, and China (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Culture and Psychotherapy Session) David K. Reynolds 85`87
The applicability of ideas of confucius and laotsu in psychotherapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Culture and Psychotherapy Session) You-xin Xu 89`95
Qigong-Chinese traditional psychotherapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Culture and Psychotherapy Session) WuCai-yun 97`99
World perspective in the organization of mental health services (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Pleanary Session 1) Gaston P. Harnois 101`110
"Psychotherapy in the eastern tradition - past, present and future (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 1)" Rhi Bou-Yong 111`117
Psycho-behavioral therapy for chronic psychotic patients (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 1) ShihKai Feng et al. 119`123
The significance of and the investigation on the bed-rest period of Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 1) Cui Yuhua et al. 125
On the diagnostic criteria of Morita Shinkeishitsu (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 1) Keiji Kitanishi 127`130
Follow-up study on the neurotics treated by Morita therapy (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 1) Katsumasa Miyasato et al. 131`134
Using Morita principles in education (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Morita Therapy Symposium 2) Patricia Ryan Madson 135`138
Morita therapy for 132 alcoholic patients - its adaptation and effectiveness (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 2) Yasuo Suzuki et. al 139
A trial of self-actualization therapy (Neo-Morita therapy) as the mental rehabilitation for patient with chronic schizophrenia (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 2) Lu Yingzhi et al. 143`147
The measures to develop Morita therapy in China (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 2) Wang Cheng 141
Images for living : Morita teaching through the oxherding pictures (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 2) Ronald W. Madson 149`151
The effects of Morita therapy on 104 neurotic inpatients and the analysis on thraeutic results with 16 correlative factors (The third international congress of Morita therapy - Plenary Session 2) WuGui-ying et al. 153`155

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