Managing Panic Disorder Through Chess Therapy

01.29.19 A paper was published in Volume 30 of the Asian Journal of Psychiatry that studied the effect of playing chess on treating a panic attack. Although this research is still in its infancy, the conclusion of this particular study was that chess therapy with the right level of difficulty can be recommended as a very effective non-pharmaceutical method for the successful treatment of panic attacks.

Alex Tate describes the chess therapy research, originally published in the Asian Journal of Psychiatry, in the January 8, 2019 edition of Psychiatric Times. image: ┬ęCarloForitano/Shutterstock


Thanks to Eric Dinnerstein for contributing to this report.


Checkmate! Managing Panic Disorder Through Chess Therapy


Comments

This was a great event. It was well organized. The venue was comfortable and sets were provided. As a participant, I appreciated the timely processing of the ratings when the tournament was over. I look forward to supporting future events.

quite interesting

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