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Morita Shoma, MD (1874-1938) was a pioneering psychiatrist who practiced in
Japan at the turn of the last century. Though a contemporary of Sigmund Freud,
Maria Montessori, Jean Charcot and William James, he was philosophically
aligned with Zen Buddhism. In response to his own clinical observations, he
created a highly structured form of residential care consisting of four stages. Morita
was disillusioned with the state of mental health care, particularly as he watched
patients being confined in dismal places and treated in ways that reinforced their
despair. In response, he began treating patients in his home environment in a rural
setting, with an initial emphasis on rest. He progressed his therapy to include diary,
art, and outdoor activities with observations of nature, while n

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