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Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy : Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment
Simpkins, Annellen M. and C. Alexander Simpkins
Wiley / Softcover / 2016-07-01 / 1118689593
Mindfulness & Psychotherapy / Psychotherapy
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Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment provides the multi-modal strategies and tools therapists need to guide their clients' adaptations of meditation into their lives. Complete with text, audio, and video content, this package introduces a variety of meditation routines and explains how, when, and why each technique should be used to reach specific goals. The availability of audio and video, as well as print, allows the therapist to customize each presentation to the client and the presenting problem.

Meditation simultaneously engenders both relaxation and alertness, and regular practice can change brain function to permanently improve internal sensing. The three major meditation methods—focus (Yoga meditations and postures), open-focus (Mindfulness), and no-focus (clearing the mind Zen and Taoist flow)—are best suited to different kinds of problems. Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy explains them all, and details the most practical applications of each. This guide matches the meditation type to a therapeutic goal.

Consistent with the positive psychology movement, meditative practice puts people on a positive path and offers distinctive techniques to actualize change. This package's multi-sensory approach makes it adaptable to the needs of therapists and clients, supports their initiation, practice, and mastery of meditation for improved mental health. For clinicians seeking to integrate meditation and therapy, Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy is a complete guide to both theory and practice.

About the Authors:

C. Alexander Simpkins, PhD, and Annellen M. Simpkins, PhD, are psychologists specializing in meditation, hypnotherapy, and neuroscience. With more than four decades in practice, the Simpkins have helped patients of all ages achieve mind-brain change through meditative and hypnotic techniques, and have studied and performed research alongside some of the masters of the field. The authors of 28 books, many bestsellers, the Simpkins are popular speakers at professional conferences, mental health facilities, university campuses, and radio programs throughout the United States and Canada. Their Eastern philosophy influence lends warmth and clarity to their therapeutic effectiveness and commitment to continual improvement.

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