Mindful Psychotherapy

@article{Bell2009MindfulP,
  title={Mindful Psychotherapy},
  author={L. G. Bell},
  journal={Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={126 - 144}
}
  • L. G. Bell
  • Published 2009
  • Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health
  • This article focuses on meditation and the benefits it can bring to psychotherapy practice, both through the person of the therapist and as therapeutic method. A regular meditation practice supports the clarity of mind that the therapist brings to his or her work and can thus greatly impact both the quality and usefulness of the work, as well as the health of the therapist. The relationship between mysticism and contemplative practice is discussed. Research on the benefits of meditation is… CONTINUE READING
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