Mindfulness-integrated CBT: Principles and Practice
April 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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“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)
A brilliant integration of Buddhism into CBT. It is heart-warming from my side to see the depth of change which is possible with MiCBT. The integration of Buddhism with MiCBT is incredibly skilful. The book has the capacity to benefit so many, directly both therapists and clients, and countless others indirectly.
—Tenzin Chönyi (Diana Taylor), Psychotherapist and Buddhist meditation teacher, Vajrayana Institute, Sydney, Australia, author of ‘Enough! A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release From Addictive Patterns’
Bruno Cayoun is a man who practises what he preaches, and this is evident in his writing. Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is comprehensive, clear, practical and easily accessible. Integrating sound theory (both Eastern and Western) and grounded in solid research, it gently and informatively guides the reader through its step-by-step applications. A mindful breath of fresh air for the world of therapy, it promises to enhance the lives of our clients…and ourselves.
—George W. Burns, Clinical Psychologist, Senior Adjunct Lecturer at Edith Cowan University, Australia, Director of the Milton H. Erikson Institute of Western Australia and the Hypnotherapy Centre of Western Australia, author of ‘Healing with Stories’
This book is a wonderful achievement, bringing together the best of behavioural and cognitive science with the wise insights from Buddhist teachings; a wonderful contribution to the literature.
—J. Mark G. Williams, Professor of Clinical Psychology and Wellcome Principal Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, UK, co-author of ‘Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A new approach to preventing relapse’