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Mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy

@article{Kostanski2006MindfulnessAM,
  title={Mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy},
  author={M. Kostanski and C. Hassed and E. Gullone and L. Ciechomski and R. Chambers and N. Allen},
  journal={Psychotherapy in Australia},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={10-18}
}
Recent studies have highlighted the promising benefits of mindfulness-based interventions for a range of clinical issues. The growing interest among practitioners in using mindfulness as an intervention raises issues of therapeutic potential, practical application and potential adverse effects. Mindfulness meditation is defined as paying attention to ongoing sensory experiences and mental contents, deliberately and intentionally, and in a non-elaborative and non-judgmental way. The history and… Expand
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