Naikan Practice Case Study

104 Words1 Page
The core of Naikan practice involves clients carrying out self-inspection of their own life in the past, with a particular focus on the kind of relationships they have had with significant persons, usually parents. Clients are instructed to review the things their parents did for them, and what they did in return. Through the process of self-inspection, clients may obtain insight into their attitudes and learn not to complain and cause trouble for others, but to repay others with appreciation and a joyful heart. The change in one’s attitude toward others and one’s view of life are the core of the therapy[wen shing
Open Document