Are You Ready to Say Goodbye to Mental Illness? Recommendation for the Hirooka Method of Affirmative Experience Therapy to Live a Full and Affirming Life
[About the product]
- I want you to read it if you think, "This wasn't supposed to be like this."
People suffer from mental illness when anxiety piles up like building blocks, and when their own existence becomes stable, the anxiety building blocks are removed and their mental illness improves. For mental illnesses such as depression, panic disorder, and schizophrenia, it is important to see things from a positive perspective and increase positive experiences. This book provides an easy-to-understand explanation of the author's own psychotherapy, with positive experience therapy at its core, along with a wealth of case studies. An introduction to "Hirooka-style" therapy, which has been refined in practical clinical settings after examining more than 7,000 patients.
[Comment from person in charge]
Stress and anxiety are synonymous with modern society. If such things cause mental illness, then I once again think that the cases described in this book are by no means someone else's problem. Please use this book as an aid to think about care for mental illness in an era where you can protect your own health.
Psychiatrist, preceptor, mental health designated doctor. Former clinical psychologist, former Japan Medical Association certified occupational physician, and former care manager. Born in Toyama Prefecture, graduated from Takaoka High School, dropped out of Waseda University, graduated from Nihon University School of Medicine. After working as an intern at the University of Tokyo Hospital, Horinouchi Hospital, and Kanto Rosai Hospital,
1992 Opened Hirooka Clinic in Kohoku Ward, Yokohama City. He is currently the director of the Hirooka Clinic and the chairman of the board.
He specializes in psychiatric disorders in general, especially schizophrenia, manic-depressive disorder (bipolar disorder), depression, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, and comorbid psychiatric disorders.
Author of "Illustrated psychotherapy created by specialists in clinical settings in Japan" (Torikagesha), "Hirooka-style treatment for mental illness" (Nikkei BP)