By Giovanni Maciocia
Author note: Avant-propos de (Peter Deadman), Illustrations de (Michael Courtney, Richard Morris et Jonathan Haste) and
Traduit de l’Anglais par (Sylviane Burner)
La psyché en médecine chinoise décrit les functions de los angeles médecine chinoise traditionnelle dans le cadre du traitement des maladies psychiques et émotionnelles. De l. a. théorie au diagnostic, en passant par l’exposition des cas cliniques et des méridiens impliqués, vous trouverez dans cet ouvrage une étude de l’ensemble des pathologies liées au psychisme (anxiété, dépression, problems psychiques, etc.).
S’appuyant sur des textes classiques et modernes - de Confucius à Sartre - l’auteur met en regard avec une grande minutie les théories des penseurs occidentaux et les textes fondateurs chinois.
Vous trouverez dans cet ouvrage :
• une examine claire et didactique de los angeles nature du Shen, Hun, Po, Yi et Zhi en médecine chinoise ;
• une description détaillée de los angeles nature et des fonctions de Hun (l’Âme Éthérée) et des liens avec l. a. dépression, les troubles bipolaires (trouble maniaco-dépressif) et les troubles du déficit de l’attention ;
• un chapitre complet dédié au rôle de l’acupuncture dans le traitement des problems émotionnels ;
• de nombreux cas cliniques et résumés qui aideront le praticien dans ses diagnostics et le choix d’un traitement adapté ;
• un glossaire détaillé (Français-Pinyin et Pinyin-Français) et un index enrichi pour naviguer aisément dans l’ouvrage.
Faisant suite aux Principes fondamentaux de los angeles médecine chinoise et à La pratique de l. a. médecine chinoise, cet ouvrage apportera aux étudiants et aux cliniciens des réponses concrètes à leurs questionnements.
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