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Chinese Taoist Cognitive Psychotherapy, a Psychotherapy based on Oriental Culture, and Related Research Trend
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  • Journal title : Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
  • Volume 27, Issue 2,  2016, pp.103-117
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
  • DOI : 10.7231/jon.2016.27.2.103
 Title & Authors
Chinese Taoist Cognitive Psychotherapy, a Psychotherapy based on Oriental Culture, and Related Research Trend
Kwon, Chang-Young; Choi, Eun-Ji; Chung, Sun-Young; Kim, Jong-Woo;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study was to introduce Chinese Taoist Cognitive Psychotherapy (CTCP), a psychotherapy based on Oriental culture, and review related research to understand its efficacy.Methods Relevant articles were searched from CNKI, WANFANG, Pubmed, EMBASE, AMED and CENTRAL.Results Thirty-seven studies were selected based on our inclusion criteria, which included 31 RCTs. The overall risk of bias of the RCTs was unclear or high. In the total relevant studies, the target diseases were most commonly depression and anxiety disorder. Generally, CTCP combined with Western medicine was significantly more effective than prescribing medicine alone.Conclusions CTCP can be useful for several psychiatric disorders including depression and anxiety disorder; however, more high-quality clinical trials are needed to confirm its efficacy.
 Keywords
Psychotherapy;Cognitive therapy;Depression;Anxiety disorders;Traditional oriental medicine;Chinese Taoist Cognitive Psychotherapy;
 Language
Korean
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