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What is an Integrated Buddhist Psychotherapy?

What is an Integrated Buddhist Psychotherapy?

How Buddhist teachings and meditative practices can be incorporated into psychotherapeutic sessions is illustrated. In the speaker’s practice of Meditative Psychotherapy the session begins and ends with brief meditations. There are discussions on how therapists can better manage their countertransference using mindfulness and how patients progress not only in the cessation of symptoms but develop a calmer, ethical and happier well-being.

Speakers: Dr Eng-Kong Tan
Conference: Demo
Areas of Interest / Categories: Meditation, Mindfulness, Religion and Spirituality

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