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by Christopher K. Germer,Paul R. Fulton,Ronald D. Siegel


ness on psychotherapy as a whole (Germer & Siegel, 2012). to see this focus on loving kindness and compassion as a third form of.

ness on psychotherapy as a whole (Germer & Siegel, 2012).

Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. THE GUILFORD PRESS New York London. 1st ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

The book weaves a comprehensive narrative regarding mindfulness, its .

The book weaves a comprehensive narrative regarding mindfulness, its relevance for therapeutic relationships, and its application in clinical settings. Christopher Germer, PhD, has a private practice in mindfulness- and compassion-based psychotherapy in Arlington, Massachusetts, and is a part-time Lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance.

User-friendly features include illustrative case examples, practice exercises, and resource listings. Categories: Medicine\Therapy.

Christopher K. Germer, Ronald D. Siegel, Paul R. Fulton

Christopher K. Fulton. The authors, who have been practicing both mindfulness and psychotherapy for decades, present a range of clear-cut procedures for practicing mindfulness techniques and teaching them to patients experiencing depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and other problems

This practical book has given tens of thousands of clinicians and students a comprehensive introduction to mindfulness and its clinical applications.

This practical book has given tens of thousands of clinicians and students a comprehensive introduction to mindfulness and its clinical applications. Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. This practical book has given tens of thousands of clinicians and students a comprehensive introduction to mindfulness and its clinical applications.

Entre sus libros destacan La solución mindfulness, Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy y Sitting Together: Essential Skills for Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy. Paul R. Fulton, doctor en pedagogía, es psicólogo con consulta privada y profesor de psicología en la Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance. Christopher K.

Responding to growing interest among psychotherapists of all theoretical orientations, this practical book provides a comprehensive introduction to mindfulness and its clinical applications. The authors, who have been practicing both mindfulness and psychotherapy for decades, present a range of clear-cut procedures for implementing mindfulness techniques and teaching them to patients experiencing depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and other problems. Also addressed are ways that mindfulness practices can increase acceptance and empathy in the therapeutic relationship. The book reviews the philosophical underpinnings of mindfulness and presents compelling empirical findings. User-friendly features include illustrative case examples, practice exercises, and resource listings.
Zargelynd
As a psychotherapist for 30 years and a mindfulness practitioner for nearly 10 years, I have read a lot of good books and articles on both subjects. "Mindfulness and Psychotherapy" is as clear and helpful in both disiplines as any I have encounted. The editors have done a 'mindful' job in selecting from an array of perspectives. Mindfulness is defined and contextualized for our western psychotherapeutic practice, while also placed in an historical and cultural framwork that informs and enlightens our understanding. Indeed the more philosophical essays are perhaps the strongest pieces in this marvelous compendium. We are reminded that the Buddah saw himself as a physician who sought to diagnose and find a cure for human suffering. Out of his own intimate encounter with suffering, he devised and revised a program that we in western psychological science are just now testing and finding curative-both for our clients and for ourselves.

There is much here to be considered by all schools of psychotherapy. Paul Fulton presents an intriguing chapter on Mindfulness as Clinical Training. There are concise chapters on teaching mindfulness skills to clients (even children)with varying disorders, including panic,anxiety, depression, and psychophysiological problems. There is a comprehensive while managable 'Resources for the Clinician" appendix.

Andrew Olendzki deserves special mention for his piece on "The Roots of Mindfulness." I had to stop highlighting as each page was yellowed with brightness.

If you are a psychotherapist, a meditator, or thinking of practicing either, you will do well to read this wonderful book.
Umdwyn
Boring
Kulwes
very helpful
Nightscar
Interesting, Somewhat useful.
Xaluenk
This book is terrific. It is written with the same genuineness, compassion, attention to the subtle, and humility that the authors recommend for the therapy room. I very much like that the authors are in private practice as therapists and all have long, sincere meditation practices. This makes the writing feel full and rich and genuine and not like an academic exercise.

If you are interested in working in this way, I hope that you begin by developing your own mindfulness practice rather than trying to learn more techniques to use with your patients. As the authors make clear, working in this way must come from the therapist's own internal work.
tamada
I bought this book several years ago when I first started my daily mindfulness practice and was wondering if I would, should, or could integrate it into my psychotherapy practice with clients. The book was very helpful in answering that question in the affirmative, and, depending on the case conceptualization and treatment plan I suggest a mindfulness component to clients. Some do, some don't - those that do, always benefit; although not necessarily in the predicted manner. The book is on my shelf and I refer to it a few times a year to brush up on some aspect. I have no need to acquire another one; so it's been quite satisfying.
Kiaile
This is a good exposition of mindfulness theory and practice. Althought a novice therapist will find the text useful, most of the insight gained by reading this text will be achieved by therapists with 5 to 10 years actual practice under their belts. I would advise novice therapists to buy this book immediately and then delve into each chapter several times per month for the next few years. They will never regret it. The problem and promise on this book is that it requires you to go back and review each concept of your original training, whether it is Adlerian, Freudian, Cognitive or Christian. Mindfulness is the goldplating overlay that makes your therapy more valuable.
Very well written on a subject that is hard to clearly explain, particularly to someone who has not had mindfulness and training or meditation practice.
Mindfulness and Psychotherapy ebook
Author:
Christopher K. Germer,Paul R. Fulton,Ronald D. Siegel
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