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Part I: Conceptualisations and Research. Gilbert, Introduction and Outline. Gilbert, Compassion and Cruelty: A Biopsychosocial Approach. Wang, A Conceptual Framework for Integrating Research Related to the Physiology of Compassion and the Wisdom of Buddhist Teachings. Gillath, Shaver, Mikulincer, An Attachment-theoretical Approach to Compassion and Altruism. Bierhoff, The Psychology of Compassion and Prosocial Behaviour. Worthington Jr., O' Connor, Berry, Sharp, Murray, Yi, Compassion and Forgiveness: Implications for Psychotherapy. Part II: Compassion and Use in Psychotherapy. Leahy, A Social-cognitive Model of Validation. Rinpoche, Mullen, The Buddhist Use of Compassionate Imagery in Mind Healing. Allen, Knight, Mindfulness, Compassion for Self, and Compassion for Others: Implications for Understanding the Psychopathology and Treatment of Depression. Gilbert, Irons, Focused Therapies and Compassionate Mind Training for Shame and Self-attacking. Lee, The Perfect Nurturer: A Model to Develop a Compassionate Mind Within the Context of Cognitive Therapy. Hackman, Compassionate Imagery in the Treatment of Early Memories in Axis I Anxiety Disorders. Bates, The Expression of Compassion in Group Cognitive Therapy.

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Gilbert, Paul

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'It opens up the connections between the cognitive, the humanistic and the Buddhist in a remarkable way... a very useful book for anyone who wanted to introduce humanistic or transpersonal imagery techniques into the medical NHS context.' - John Rowan, BACP North London Magazine'Gilbert's Compassion is a landmark publication. It represents a courageous and visionary endeavour to produce an edited volume that integrates Buddhism with scientific psychology.' - PsycCRITIQUES'Paul Gilbert's edited volume, Compassion: Conceptualisations, Research and Use in Psychotherapy is a significant and timely addition to the canon of cognitive-behavioral practice literature....This text demonstrates the power and possibility of cognitive therapy as it address and integrates innovations and frontiers both recent and ancient...Any therapist interested in exploring the frontiers of the cognitive-behavioral tradition would be well advised to place this text quite high on their reading list.' - Dennis Tirch, Ph.D., American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, CBTBR 2006, Vol.2, No. 8'Compassion acts as a wedge, opening the door to a more intrapersonal and enlightening lifestyle... it will open minds to new possibilities and may even put a smile on reader's faces' - British Journal of Guidance and Counselling


'It opens up the connections between the cognitive, the humanistic and the Buddhist in a remarkable way... a very useful book for anyone who wanted to introduce humanistic or transpersonal imagery techniques into the medical NHS context.' - John Rowan, BACP North London Magazine"Gilbert's Compassion is a timely, groundbreaking and landmark publication on the psychology of compassion. It represents a courageous and visionary endeavor to produce an edited volume that integrates Buddhism with Scientific Psychology. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in research and applications of compassion, international psychology, and mature positive psychology." - Paul T.P. Wong, PsycCRITIQUES, Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, June 21, 2006 Vol. 51 (25), Article 16"Paul Gilbert's edited volume, Compassion: Conceptualisations, Research and Use in Psychotherapy is a significant and timely addition to the canon of cognitive-behavioral practice literature....This text demonstrates the power and possibility of cognitive therapy as it address and integrates innovations and frontiers both recent and ancient...Any therapist interested in exploring the frontiers of the cognitive-behavioral tradition would be well advised to place this text quite high on their reading list." - Dennis Tirch, Ph.D., American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, CBTBR 2006, Vol.2, No. 8

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