Highlights from Symposium 2018
Weaving together Buddhist philosophy and storytelling, clinical psychologist and spiritual teacher Jack Kornfield explored the nature of therapeutic transformation by evoking the core elements of psychological healing—being witnessed and loved.
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Enhancing emotional healing with visual images in your work.
Taken Over: Breaking the Spell of Obsession
A therapist struggles to help an obsessive client with whom she develops an unusual preoccupation.
Therapy and the Limitations of Mindfulness
For Buddhist therapist Mark Epstein, mindfulness is just the beginning.
Making Mindfulness More Racially Sensitive
A push to make mindfulness practices more racially sensitive.
Priming Clients for Taking New Practices Home
Four steps to help clients take new practices learned in the consulting room back into their everyday lives.
Navigating Therapy with Today's Clients
Today’s clients are shifting out of their customary position of mannerly deference and asserting far more specifically what they want—and don’t want—from therapy. Increasingly, therapists are moving from the role of acknowledged expert in the room to something approaching an informed colleague. For some, it’s a sea change in professional identity, but a growing body of evidence suggests it pays off.
Review: Why Buddhism Is True: The Science and Philosophy of Meditation and Enlightenment
Exploring contemplative practice may not be for everyone.
Going Above and Beyond in Post-Harvey Houston
In the 12 years since Hurricane Katrina, what have mental health professionals learned about being helpful in the wake of natural disasters?
Got Game? How I Transitioned My Practice to Sport Psychology
Becoming a sport psychologist requires throwing away much of the rule book for starting a more traditional practice.
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