Zen Therapy

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Little, Brown Book Group, Oct 25, 2012 - Psychology - 300 pages
2 Reviews
"'Zen Therapy is an excellent refemce book for basic buddhist teachings, expressed within a therapeutic framework......I would recommend a careful study of this to therapists and Buddhist practioners alike' - Rosamund Oliver, Self & Society; 'Masterly and inspiring' - Dr Joy Manne"

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Review: Zen Therapy: Transcending the Sorrows of the Human Mind

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User Review  - Abailart - Goodreads

This is a wise and insightful book with a steady and clear vpoce. It is wide and deep, though something beyond this. Very concise and clear introduction to aspects of buddhist psychology and its relationship with western therapy, particularly that informed by Carl Rogers. Read full review

About the author (2012)

David Brazier is a practising psychotherapist and Zen Buddhist and the director of an independent Buddhist training programme in the north of England. His previous books include Zen Therapy, The Feeling Buddha, and Beyond Carl Rogers: Towards a Psychotherapy for the 21st Century David Brazier is a practising psychotherapist and Zen Buddhist and the director of an independent Buddhist training programme in the north of England. His previous books include Zen Therapy, The Feeling Buddha, and Beyond Carl Rogers: Towards a Psychotherapy for the 21st Century.

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