Buddhist Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy A Clinician's Guideby Tirch, Dennis; Silberstein-Tirch, Laura R.; Kolts, Russell L.; Leahy, Robert L.
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Laura R. Silberstein, PsyD, is Associate Director of the Center for Compassion Focused Therapy and a consulting psychologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. She is also Adjunct Assistant Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. Dr. Silberstein is a clinical supervisor and CFT trainer who presents internationally on mindfulness and compassion and is coauthor (with Dennis Tirch and Benjamin Schoendorff) of The ACT Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Compassion. She is a founder and executive board member of the New York City chapter of the ACBS and the Compassionate Mind Foundation USA. Her research interests include psychological flexibility and emotions as well as CFT for anxiety and depression.
Russell L. Kolts, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Eastern Washington University. Dr. Kolts has authored or coauthored numerous scholarly articles and books, including An Open-Hearted Life: Transformative Lessons for Compassionate Living from a Clinical Psychologist and a Buddhist Nun (with Thubten Chodron). Dr. Kolts has pioneered the application of CFT to the treatment of problematic anger. He regularly conducts trainings and workshops on CFT and is a board member of the Compassionate Mind Foundation USA.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to the Functional Relationship between Buddhist Psychology and CBT
2. The Foundational Elements of Buddhist Psychology
3. The Middle Path and Adaptive Conduct
4. The Middle Path, Mental Discipline, and Wisdom
5. Mindfulness as a Foundation in Buddhist Psychology and CBT
6. Mindfulness as a Context for the Cultivation of Compassion
7. Cultivating the Compassionate Mind in Buddhist Psychology and CBT
8. Behavioral Bodhisattvas: Systematic Compassion Interventions
9. Deeper into the Middle Path Evidence Base
10. The Question of Enlightenment and Case Formulation
Appendix. Foundational Elements of Buddhist Psychology
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