Mindfulness and psychotherapy

  title={Mindfulness and psychotherapy},
  author={Christopher K. Germer and Ronald D. Siegel and Paul R. 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… 

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