Psychotherapy Without The Self

Author: Mark Epstein
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300150254
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This book, which includes writings from the past twenty-five years, wrestles with the complex relationship between Buddhism and psychotherapy and offers nuanced reflections on therapy, meditation, and psychological and spiritual development ...

Thoughts Without A Thinker

Author: Mark Epstein
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0465063926
Size: 42.67 MB
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Blending the lessons of psychotherapy with Buddhist teachings, Mark Epstein offers a revolutionary understanding of what constitutes a healthy emotional life The line between psychology and spirituality has blurred, as clinicians, their ...

Going On Being

Author: Mark Epstein
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 086171959X
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Going on Being is an intimate chronicle of Epstein's formative years as well as a practical guide to how a Buddhist understanding of psychological problems can help anyone change for the better.

The Trauma Of Everyday Life

Author: Dr Mark Epstein
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
ISBN: 1781804567
Size: 19.61 MB
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In The Trauma of Everyday Life renowned psychiatrist and author of Thoughts Without a Thinker Mark Epstein uncovers the transformational potential of trauma, revealing how it can be used for the mind's own development.


Author: Phillip R. Slavney
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801880955
Size: 29.12 MB
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3. The. Psychotherapeutic. Relationship. In a culture where self-help books,
audiotapes, videotapes, and compact discs are widely available and where
computer-based psychotherapy programs are in active development, any
discussion of the psychotherapeutic relationship must begin with the question Is
effective psychotherapy possible without a psychotherapist? The answer seems
to be that it is, though only for certain types of people with relatively
uncomplicated problems.

Psychotherapy And The Self Contained Patient

Author: E. Mark Stern
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780866567541
Size: 42.46 MB
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This authoritative volume addresses the intricacies of working with the self-contained person, who is often competitive and ill at ease with experts, and proposes successful interventions for treating the ever-challenging and provocative ...

Mindful Counselling Psychotherapy

Author: Meg Barker
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446292924
Size: 45.81 MB
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. Concentration and mindfulness meditations: Unique forms of consciousness?
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 24, 147–165. Dunne,J.(2011).
Toward anunderstanding of nondual mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (
1),71–88. Epstein, M.(2001). Psychotherapy without the self: A Buddhist
perspective. New Haven, CT:Yale University Press. Epstein, M. (2005). Opento
desire: Thetruth ...

Principles And Practice Of Grief Counseling

Author: Howard R. Winokuer, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826108733
Size: 64.22 MB
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The use of self in therapy (2nd ed.). Binghamton, NY: Hayworth. Bennett-
Goleman, T. (2001). Emotional alchemy: How the mind can heal the heart. New
York, NY: Three Rivers Press. Berlant, L. (2004). Compassion: The culture and
politics of an emotion. New York, NY: Routledge. Brach, T. (2003). Radical
acceptance: Embracing your life with the heart of a Buddha. New York, NY:
Bantam. Epstein, M. (2007). Psychotherapy without the self. New Haven, CT:
Yale University Press.

Psychotherapy And The Bored Patient

Author: E Mark Stern
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135819750
Size: 27.73 MB
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Resistance may thus be thought of as emerging when one's sense of self is being
threatened by some deeply distorting ego representation, whether this arises
from oneself or from without. At these moments, the therapist's own therapeutic
efforts, like those to be described here, may lose their quality of immediacy and
aliveness, and become largely transferential ego representations of analytic
functioning. While in this state, any continued efforts to be therapeutic will
represent the ...