These dialogues with child, adolescent and adult psychotherapists
and child psychiatrists focus on their personal as well as
professional experiences. All the contributors have a long-standing
practice of Buddhism or other forms of meditation. The relevance of
this to their clinical work with infants, children, adolescents,
families and adults is described. Buddhist principles such as
suffering, impermanence, non-attachment, no-self and the Four Noble
Truths influence the contributors' practice of psychotherapy with
children and with the child in the adult. Similarities and
differences between the two traditions of Buddhism and
psychotherapy are highlighted in these dialogues, which are
embedded in deep, personal and transforming experiences that are
shared by the authors.
|Country of origin:
Maria Pozzi Monzo
||Electronic book text
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