The text's rich clinical information will provide useful guidance for medical students or mental health professionals who are interested in integrative medicine or who wish to study Chinese alternative medicine. For example, some psychopathological phenomena found or recognized only in Chinese culture (1), including qi-gong deviation, qi-gong-induced psychosis, and neurasthenia, are largely unrecognized in the West (2). Instead, a similar clinical phenomenon of neurasthenia, namely, chronic fatigue syndrome, has gained currency in Western medicine, but no effective treatment has been formulated (3,4). The pattern discriminations and corresponding treatment formulas of Chinese medicine may provide alternative ways of categorizing and treating chronic fatigue syndrome in the West. This book invites us to rethink the possible ways of integrating the medical treatment of this and many other mental disorders, and it may help us develop new research approaches that seek to combine rather than divide the efforts of these two major medical cultures.