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- Publisher: Robinson Publishing
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 130mm x 194mm x 20mm | 200g
- Publication date: 24 May 2001
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1841193526
- ISBN 13: 9781841193526
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 134,085
A Buddhist Approach to Psychotherapy.
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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.
By Shabra Dowson 13 Jan 2010
This book inspires me! My greatest interest has always been in the area where psychology, philosophy and spirituality meet and David Brazier has created a book that hits that spot. As someone interested in personal growth, I can sit at the feet of the author, be there in his therapy sessions and aspire to relate to others in the ways that he does. As someone who has trained as a therapist I am humbled by the depth of his caring and compassion for his clients and the extent of his skills. My interest in Zen and Buddhist teachings are satisfied by his explanations and examples. At times I would skip through the terminology like dhyana or maitri although all are explained within the text and the glossary. The author refers to many other works; there is a bibliography and a good index. If you like the works of Carl Rogers youÃ¢??ll love this book. I plan to re-read and dip into this book many times Ã¢?? it will be my companion for the rest of my life.
Comprehensive and readable and should appeal to anyone broadly interested in Buddhism. Helen Sieroda, Interbeing An excellent reference book for basic Buddhist teachings ... I would recommend a careful study of this to therapists and Buddhist practitioners alike Ros Oliver, Self and Society