Writing as a medium of professional help and healing in the various interventional tiers of self-help, education, promotion, prevention, and psychotherapy, and rehabilitation has expanded exponentially since the introduction of computers and the Internet in the last generation. This volume does three things. Firstly, it brings together research on different types of writing and distance writing that have been, or need to be, used by mental health professionals. Secondly, it critically evaluates the therapeutic effectiveness of these writing practices, such as automatic writing, programmed writing poetry therapy, diaries, expressive writing and more. And thirdly, in addition to evaluating the effectiveness of various writing practices, the volume will examine how research-based writing approaches will influence the delivery of mental health services now and in the future, including the implications of these approaches.
well as in characters. 師 is used on its own for a ‘teacher’, for which 先生 (93 J – 93 I ) ‘xiānshēng’ is also a term; and is further used for a ‘doctor’ of medicine: 醫師 (121 A ) 醫 医 to heal, doctor (121 A …) ‘yīshī’. In this, 醫 also written 医 (121 A ) ‘yī’ means ‘to heal’ or can itself mean a
used in expressions for having a strong grip and for being ‘firm, stable’. The lower part of the character is meaning associator for dishes as in 盈 (194), to fill, and 盃 (210), a cup, while the top has 舟 (111), ‘a boat’, and 殳, the hand with a pole or baton which occurs in 醫 (121 A ), ‘to heal’; the