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Compassion: Conceptualisations, Research and Use in Psychotherapy

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This compendium, edited by Paul Gilbert, explores integrative evolutionary, social constructivist, cognitive and Buddhist approaches to compassion and considers how and why cruelty can flourish when our capacities for compassion are turned off, especially in particular environments.
It focuses on how therapists bring compassion into their therapeutic relationship, and provides detailed outlines of interventions that are of particular value to psychotherapists and counsellors interested in developing compassion as a therapeutic focus in their work. 
2005, Taylor and Francis, Softcover
Very Good condition

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Author(s):
Edited by Paul Gilbert
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
235x159x24
EAN-13:
9781583919835
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781583919835
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
403
Publisher:
Taylor and Francis

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This compendium, edited by Paul Gilbert, explores integrative evolutionary, social constructivist, cognitive and Buddhist approaches to compassion and considers how and why cruelty can flourish when our capacities for compassion are turned off, especially in particular environments.
It focuses on how therapists bring compassion into their therapeutic relationship, and provides detailed outlines of interventions that are of particular value to psychotherapists and counsellors interested in developing compassion as a therapeutic focus in their work. 
2005, Taylor and Francis, Softcover
Very Good condition

Author(s):
Edited by Paul Gilbert
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
235x159x24
EAN-13:
9781583919835
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781583919835
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
403
Publisher:
Taylor and Francis

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