Mindfulness-integrated CBT Principles and Practice

by Bruno A. Cayoun

Mindfulness-integrated CBT Principles and Practice Synopsis

Mindfulness- i ntegrated CBT: Principles and Practice represents the first set of general principles and practical guidelines for the integration of mindfulness meditation with well-documented and newly developed CBT techniques to address a broad range of psychological dysfunctions. * The first book to provide a strong rationale and general guidelines for the implementation of mindfulness meditation integrated with CBT for a wide range of psychological difficulties * Incorporates ancient Buddhist concepts of how the mind works, while remaining firmly grounded in well-documented cognitive and behavioural principles * Provides new insights into established understanding of conditioning principles * Includes a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions, week-by-week instructions for professionals to facilitate application of the therapy, along with case examples and the inspiring stories of former clients

Mindfulness-integrated CBT Principles and Practice Press Reviews

My impression is that MiCBT is as much a marketing effort as a therapeutic and scientific one. If Mindfulness-Integrated CBT: Principles and Practice attracts the interest of other investigators as it deserves, it will be interesting to see how the comparative outcome data emerge and to what populations each approach will be more effective. (Psyccritiques, 8 August 2012)

Book Information

ISBN: 9780470974957
Publication date: 8th April 2011
Author: Bruno A. Cayoun
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 320 pages
Categories:

About Bruno A. Cayoun

Bruno Cayoun DPsych is Director of the MiCBT Institute and Research Associate at the School of Psychology, University of Tasmania, and a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Hobart, Australia. He is the principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and has been teaching this approach as a crisis intervention and relapse prevention method to mental health professionals internationally for the past eight years.

More About Bruno A. Cayoun

Share this book