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6 edition of Psychotherapy and Buddhism found in the catalog.

Psychotherapy and Buddhism

toward an integration

by Jeffrey B. Rubin

  • 248 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Psychoanalysis and Buddhism,
    • Psychotherapy -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism,
    • Psychotherapy -- Practice -- United States,
    • Buddhism -- Psychology

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJeffrey B. Rubin.
      SeriesIssues in the practice of psychology
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBQ4570.P76 R83 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 207 p. ;
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL996169M
      ISBN 100306454416
      LC Control Number96034822

      Psychotherapy and Buddhism initiates a conversation between these two modern methods of achieving greater self-understanding and peace of mind. Dr. Jeffrey B. Rubin explores how they might be combined to better serve patients in therapy and adherents to a spiritual way of life. He examines the strengths and limitations of each tradition through.   The psychotherapist Mark Epstein is known for lucidly mapping the ways in which Buddhism can enrich Western approaches to psychology. In his books, starting with the publication of “Thoughts Without a Thinker” in , the philosophies and practices of .

        Vajrayogini, Rubin Museum of Art The following is a revised excerpt from my chapter “Psychotherapy Practice as Buddhist Practice” in Encountering Buddhism: Western Psychology and Buddhist Teachings which explores the relevance of the Eightfold Noble Path to the psychotherapist’s craft. If you’re not a therapist, you might not find this all that interesting. Mark Unno teaches East Asian religions at the University of Oregon. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Religious Ethics and the advisory board of Buddhist-Christian has been the featured speaker at numerous conferences and academic venues on Asian Buddhism, Comparative Religion, Buddhism and Psychotherapy, and Buddhism in ed on: J

        Into the Mountain Stream represents a natural development in the conversation between Buddhism and psychoanalysis. This fluid, evolving, multi-textured conversation encompasses theory, philosophy, technique and the personal experiences of those involved as patients, as clinicians and as Buddhist : $ Among the many books in recent years on the integration of Buddhist teachings with psychotherapy, David Loy's book Lack and Transcendence stands out as perhaps the most transcendent. Its integration of insights from Existentialism, Psychotherapy, and Buddhism revolves around the singular and almost universally human suspicion that "I" am not real/5(16).


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Psychotherapy and Buddhism initiates a conversation between these two modern methods of achieving greater self-understanding and peace of mind. Jeffrey B. Rubin explores how they might be combined to better serve patients in therapy and adherents to a spiritual way of life.

He examines the strengths and limitations of each tradition through three contexts: the nature of self, conception of Cited by: This Psychotherapy and Buddhism book synthesizes psychotherapy & Buddhism. The author notes the strengths & weaknesses of each, balancing them via "egalitarian dialog"/"subjective bifocality"/"reciprocity Psychotherapy and Buddhism book perspectives" vs.

biased, imbalanced "Eurocentric" & "Orientocentric" views.5/5(1). Psychotherapy and Buddhism (Issues in the Practice of Psychology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1).

Psychotherapy and Buddhism initiates a conversation between these two modern methods of achieving greater self-understanding and peace of mind. Jeffrey B 4/5.

Although both systems promise liberation through self-awareness, the central tenet of Buddha's wisdom is the notion of no-self, while the central focus of Western psychotherapy is the self.

This book, which includes writings from the past twenty-five years, wrestles with the complex relationship between Buddhism and psychotherapy and offers nuanced reflections on therapy, meditation, and Cited by: Psychotherapy and Buddhism initiates a conversation between these two modern methods of achieving greater self-understanding and peace of mind.

Jeffrey B. Rubin explores how they might be combined to better serve patients in therapy and adherents to a spiritual way of life.

He examines the strengths and limitations of each tradition through three contexts: the nature of self, conception of Brand: Springer US. Among the many books in recent years on the integration of Buddhist teachings with psychotherapy, David Loy's book Lack and Transcendence stands out as perhaps the most transcendent.

Its integration of insights from Existentialism, Psychotherapy, and Buddhism revolves around the singular and almost universally human suspicion that "I" am not real/5(20). This book is an attempt to provide a more holistic worldview that reconciles psychology with Buddhist insights into human nature, love and transformation.

There is also a /5(42). Presenting Buddhism in an widely accessible language, this book describes with examples and in a direct way the overlaps between Buddhism and Psychotherapy.

Wegela has a clear-cutting, direct expression of Buddhism and psychotherapy.4/5. Mark Epstein, MD, is a psychiatrist in private practice in New York City and author of five books and many articles on Buddhism and Psychotherapy.

His first book, Thoughts without a thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective has a welcoming forward by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and has been described as a landmark in the fields of Buddhism and psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy and Buddhism: Toward an Integration: Jeffrey B. Rubin: Books - 5/5(1). This book constitutes a unique approach to psychotherapy. Behind the symbolism of the various Buddhist images is the greatest psychotherapeutic formula so far recorded.

Buddha gave to his disciples, and through them to the world, the way of liberation from suffering-the simple path of right conduct that alone can bring happiness to this world/5(6). No need to be buddhist or have interest in psychology.

This book is about life, human being, being, discovering, understanding, love, personal and interpersonal relationships, awakening. The whole written with so much justness and such a level of humanity. So much wisdom contained in few pages/5. Rubin, a Buddhist psychotherapist, describes this pitfall in his book Psychotherapy and Buddhism: Fitting in with the institutional ethos, including minimizing self-vulnerability, enables trainees to solidify their precarious : David Loy.

Already Free book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. “Both psychotherapy and Buddhism seek to provide freedom from sufferin /5. In continuing to develop together alongside each other in a new age and a new culture, the communication between the two traditions of Buddhism and psychotherapy may help us to focus more on the moon, by using different fingers to guide our gaze towards it.

May all beings be happy May all beings be free from suffering. Amitofo. Fa Gong ShakyaAuthor: Fa Gong. Already free: Buddhism meets psychotherapy, on the path of liberation is a highly accessible and practical book which offers Tift’s views on freeing oneself from obstacles that hinder one’s full manifestation in life/5(61).

An interesting discussion of the similarities and compatibilities between Buddhist philosophy and psychotherapy and the ways that Buddhist philosophy can be integrated into psychotherapy. However, the emphasis on Freudian psychoanalysis made the book seem a little dated and some of the connections the author tried to draw between Buddhism and 4/5.

Editorial Reviews. Karen Kissel Wegela brings her long experience as a therapist, a teacher, and a meditator to this fine exploration of the integration of Buddhism and psychotherapy.”—Gay Watson, author of Beyond Happiness “This book will be valuable reading both for psychotherapists in training with an interest in Buddhism, as well as for experienced therapists Pages: Psychotherapy, Mindfulness and Buddhist Meditation.

Authors: Giraldi, Tullio Free Preview. Provides a critical guide to explore how Buddhist meditation was transformed into mindfulness; Examines concerns that there has been loss of the moral and communitarian values of Buddhism, and a psychologicization and medicalization of existential Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Psychotherapy without the Self: A Buddhist Perspective by Mark Epstein at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Yale University Press.disciplines, for neither Buddhism nor psychotherapy is by any means a unitary phenomenon.

But analysis alone is not enough. An overly critical approach risks leaving nothing behind but scorched earth. Integration itself is largely a function of love, which heals and unites the psyche. Compassion is the great reconciler; and Buddhism and File Size: KB.In Lack and Transcendence, David Loy brings all three traditions together for the first time in a synthesis receptive to the insights of each, thereby casting fresh light on familiar problems.

Whatever the differences in their methods and goals, psychotherapy, existentialism, and Buddhism are concerned with the same fundamental issues of life /5.