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Re: Saito Therapy(I lived in Japan)

Posted by johnj on May 21, 2002, at 22:46:26

In reply to Re: Saito Therapy Alii, posted by IsoM on May 18, 2002, at 20:55:02

And their mental health facilites, meds, thoughts, are WAY behind. I experienced my panic attack and depression there and had one guy try to cure me by putting his hands on my forehead, praying and dipping me and yelling "you are calm and better now" Felt like something Jim Baker would do, the nurse didn't have as much make-up on as Tammy faye though. You also can't get a lot of the latest meds. The society is not very tolerant of people with an illness. I had other patients coming up to me since I was foreign and asking me what's wrong? It was a terrible experience trying to get help. So, I doubt this guy has come up with something that will work for the majority of depression, anxiety, etc. I am open to anything, but if I tossed my meds and tried to wish away panic it would spell doom for me at least. Oh, I speak the language so I didn't have a communication problem, but the help was really lacking in what I have experienced in the States.




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