Yee Der-Huey’s journey to faith healing was based on the ideological context of humanistic clinical studies (clinical humanities). From the developmental perspective, it has gone through three mutually intertwined phases: the "Linguistic Turn ", the "Cultural Turn" and the "Ethical Turn”. Nevertheless, the life concerns that Yee Der-Huey dedicated to religious experience is the very essence of the immanent transcendence, sacredness, and redemption of his faith healing path. My perspective on exploring Yee Der-Huey's late style, especially in the post-Yee Der-Huey era, a "melancholic turn" trend of the times seems to have quietly come to this land. In other words, indigenous clinical psychology and even humanistic psychology after Yee Der-Huey, seem to have gradually fallen into a new and increasingly barren realm, which is a lack of central idea and the sense of spirit. Furthermore, the loss of humanism makes the "melancholic turn" inevitable and irreversible, even if we (or they) can always pretend to retain our connection to the lost language, to history, or to local culture in the melancholy, and by doing so, pretend to be complacent and even opinionated, by turning to new and revolutionary knowledge production. Frankly speaking, it also revealed a cruel reality and tremendously tough situation of contemporary humanistic or indigenous/cultural psychologies in Taiwan.