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Chess Therapy


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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Chess therapy is a form of psychotherapy that attempts to use chess games between the therapist and client or clients to form stronger connections between them towards a goal of confirmatory or alternate diagnosis and consequently, better healing. Its founder can be considered to be the Persian polymath Rhazes (AD 852-932), who was at one time the chief physician of the Baghdad hospital. His use of tactics and strategies in board games as metaphors in real life to help his patients think clearer were rediscovered and employed by Fadul and Canlas.

Editor: Russel, Jesse, Editor: Cohn, Ronald

Media: Book
ISBN: 5511814598
Language: English
Pages: 90

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Weight 0.49 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.25 × 0.19 in


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