Preface. About the Authors. Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations. Chapter 1: What is Mindfulness? Chapter 2: Orienting Clients to Mindfulness. Chapter 3: Introducing a Mindfulness Practise. Chapter 4: Taking Feedback after a Practise. Chapter 5: Mindfulness of Thoughts. Chapter 6: Living Mindfully. Chapter 7: Acting Wisely. Chapter 8: Mindfulness as a Skill: Case Examples. Concluding Comments. Bibliography. Index.
Christine Dunkley is a consultant psychological therapist and national trainer in the mindfulness based therapy Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). An honorary lecturer at the University of Bangor and clinical director of Grayrock, she hosts workshops across the UK and Ireland. Maggie Stanton is a consultant clinical psychologist heading a team of psychological therapists in a large NHS trust. She supervises and lectures at the University of Southampton and as a director of Stanton Psychological Services, travels widely presenting workshops on mindfulness and other topics.
"I have found a number of the techniques in this book useful in helping forensic clients with severe mental health problems and traumatic histories to develop mindfulness skills as part of their emotion regulation abilities. Any clinician, regardless of experience, would find this easy to read, easy to apply guide to mindfulness, helpful addition to develop and support their clinical skills." - Dr Nick Wakefield, Forensic Update