Buddhist Psychotherapy: A Guide for Beneficial Changes by Matthias Ennenbach

By Matthias Ennenbach

the first actual systematic paintings on Buddhist Psychotherapy integrating mental, clinical and psychosomatic wisdom of Western tradition, together with mostly unknown Buddhist practices. This sensible paintings bargains directions, suggestion and aid for execs within the fields of psychotherapy and counseling, in addition to for a wide readership attracted to psychotherapy, Buddhism, or human functioning and private improvement in general.

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