Category Archives: Clinical Theory and Practice

Relaxed Groundedness

Relaxed Groundedness by John Prendergast, Ph.D. Men are afraid to forget their minds, fearing to fall through the Void with nothing to stay their fall. They do not know that the Void is not really void, but the realm of … Continue reading

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The Radical Act of Inward Looking

Abstract by Paul Freedman, Jonathan Goldberg and Jaak Reichmann In keeping with the new wave of context –focused treatment approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), we discuss an … Continue reading

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Self as Representation and Presence

In recent years, the term “nonduality” has become increasingly used in Western spiritual circles. This paper discusses the use of this term – which means that reality is essentially one and undivided – with respect to a particular school of … Continue reading

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The Art of Trust in Therapy

The birds have vanished into the sky.Now the last cloud drains away.
We sit together, the mountain and me,
Until only the mountain remains.
~Li Bai When you get right down to it, there’s very little we actually know about the therapeutic encounter. … Continue reading

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