Counselling Case Study, Critique Of Counsellor Processes

The following article is intended as an educational resource for new counselling students and educators of various persuasions. You may link to this article as a resource and share on social media, but in terms of reproducing anything herein please See our Copyright Policy. “There are a broad range of counselling micro skills that can […]

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Mindfulness Meditation in therapy by Adam Szmerling

MINDFULNESS THERAPY Mindfulness is a relatively modern phenomena in the world of psychotherapy, emerging from the Eastern contemplative traditions. While most commonly associated with mindfulness meditation, mindfulness therapy involves an acute perception of moment by moment experience (Shapiro, Carlson, Astin & Freedman, 2005). Epstein (2005) proposed an intense and obsessive desire for change in external […]

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