Mindfulness and psychotherapy

  title={Mindfulness and psychotherapy},
  author={Christopher K. Germer and Ronald D. Siegel and Paul Fulton},
Part I: The Meaning of Mindfulness. Germer, Mindfulness: What Is It? What Does It Matter? Fulton, Siegel, Buddhist and Western Psychology: Seeking Common Ground. Part : The Therapy Relationship. Fulton, Mindfulness as Clinical Training. Morgan,Morgan, Germer, Cultivating Attention and Compassion. Surrey, Kramer, Relational Mindfulness. Morgan, Practical Ethics. Part III: Clinical Applications. Pollak, Teaching Mindfulness in Therapy. Pedulla, Depression: Finding a Way In, Finding a Way Out… Expand
Although mindfulness practice is in its relative infancy in the psychotherapy field, a growing body of research indicates that mindfulness-based psychotherapies are effective in treating a number ofExpand
Mindfulness as therapy from a Buddhist perspective.
Mindfulness refers to remembering to bring attention to present moment experience in an open and nonjudgmental manner. Mindfulness is the heart of Buddhist meditation and these practices have beenExpand
Clinical handbook of mindfulness
Introduction. Where new and old paths to dealing with suffering meet.- Part 1: Theory, Conceptualization and Phenomenology. 1. Mindfulness: What is it? Where did it come from? 2. Mindfulness andExpand
The Art and Science of Mindfulness: Integrating Mindfulness Into Psychology and the Helping Professions
Intention is fundamental to any project, endeavor, or journey. Related to intention is the concept of mindfulness - the awareness that arises through intentionally attending to oneself and others inExpand
We describe some of the historical conditions that made possible Kabat-Zinn’s [(1990). Full catastrophe living: Using the wisdom of your body and mind to face stress, pain, and illness. New York:Expand
Everyday Mindfulness: More Accessible Than You Think
Mindfulness, sati, remains a component of Vipassana and Samatha yoga that has been retained by Western culture both on and off the mat. It invites practitioners to focus on an internal awareness ofExpand
Yoga, Mindfulness, and Mentalization: Central Role of Attention and Compassion
Deep philosophies of Yoga and meditation are the various theories about human mind and the various ways the mind works. Yoga, mindfulness, and mentalization are three related concepts and are oftenExpand
Mindfulness : What It Is and How It Is Impacting Healthcare
The following is a review of literature concerning the place of mindfulness, a non-judging present-moment awareness, and techniques by which to invoke it, in Canadian healthcare. Central to theExpand
Mindfulness practices and emotional development in adult life: A developmental framework for research and teaching
Clinical research documents many short-term benefits of mindfulness for addressing difficult emotions, but claims of enduring changes far exceed the available evidence. In this exploratory study, IExpand
Mindfulness as a Context for the Cultivation of Compassion
Mindfulness training and compassion-focused approaches are both significant, ris- ing clinical and research trends in cognitive and behavioral therapies. In the histori- cal Buddhist lineages thatExpand


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