Saturday, June 24, 2017

Journal Articles


The following articles are highly recommended for an introduction to Buddhism Influenced Counseling & Psychotherapy (BICP):

Buddhism As A Mental Therapy by Tan Eng Kong

Mindfulness In Psychotherapy: An Introduction by Chris Mace

Mindfulness-based Psychotherapies: A Review of Conceptual Foundations, Empirical Evidence & Practical Considerations by Melbourn Academic Mindfulness Group

The Use of Mindfulness in Psychotherapy by Gregory J. Johanson

Mindful Awareness, Mindsight & Neural Integration by Daniel J. Siegel

Buddhist Psychology, Psychotherapy & The Brain by Brendan D. Kelly

Meditation & The Therapist by Paul Fulton

Neuroscience of Meditation by Vinod D. Deshmukh

Buddhism & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Journal of Cognitive & Behavioral Practice

Buddhism & Positive Psychology by Maurits Kwee

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Articles on Buddhist Psychology:

Mindfulness in Plain English by Venerable H. Gunaratana Mahathera

Abhidhamma in Daily Life by Nina Van Gorkom

The Mind in Early Buddhism by Venerable Thich Minh-Thanh

The Concept of Personality Revealed Through The Pancanikaya by Venerable Thich Chon-Thien

The Quality of Mindfulness by Ajahn Brahmavamso

Listening to Thought by Ajahn Sumedho

The Approach Of Ancient Healing:  Psychotherapy In Buddhism by Bhikkhuni Khemanandi Huyen-Chau

The Psychology of Emotions in Buddhist Perspective by Dr. Padmasiri de Silva

Using Meditation to Deal with Pain, Illness & Death by Bhikkhu Thanissaro

The Mind-body Relationship in Pali Buddhism: A Philosophical Investigation by Peter Harvey

Ministering to the Sick and Terminally Ill by Lily de Silva

Beyond Coping: The Buddha's Teachings on Aging, Illness, Death & Separation by Thanissaro Bhikkhu