Stéphanie Hahusseau

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Meditation has been extensively practiced in many civilizations for thousands of years as a means of cultivating a state of well-being and for religious purposes. It has now started to be studied in terms of its influence on the brain and body and used in clinical settings. This chapter will first review meditation effects at the physiological, attentional,(More)
INTRODUCTION Personality disorders are very frequent in the general population, and especially in psychiatric patients. Various types of psychotherapy are proposed to treat these disorders, directly or not, but some specific cognitive-behavioural therapies (CBT) have been developed for all personality disorders or some of them such as borderline personality(More)
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