The Collaborative Practice of Buddhist Psychotherapy with Live Demonstrations
Participants are invited to discover Buddhist Psychotherapy in the framework of Relational Buddhism which is aka “Karma Transformation”. This approach aims at changing self-conversation, one’s self-talk and other-talk, debouching in disturbing moods and scenarios of interpersonal emotional expression. The emphasis is on transforming intentional action, i.e. karmic self-dialogue, which is viewed as interdependently related to motives, feelings, and “relational being”. The workshop will cover and explain a number of pan-Buddhist psychological core concepts and analogous cognitive-behavioral terms for an adequate understanding of the skillful art of zeroing in to clients’ issues. In the context of a joint exploration which is (inter)action-oriented by demonstrating the collaborative practice of Karma Transformation through dealing with volunteers’ inputs, there will be plenty of room for Q&A, deliberation, and discussion during the day. The basic idea for the gathering is to share, embody, and infuse life in what is written in the book Psychotherapyby Karma Transformation: Relational Buddhism and Rational Practice to be found at www.taosinstitute.net/worldshare-books (downloadable free-of-charge or sent in pdf).
For questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or @Linkedin: Dr. G T Maurits Kwee, PhD. Pre-Reading for this workshop: click here Cost – General rate: $250; Student rate: $200. (After March 15th, add $50) Schedule – Wed.payday loans April 10th from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, lunch provided. Register here: www.taosinstitute.net/register-20th-anniversary For info on Relational Buddhism: http://relationalbuddhism.org and facebook @relational buddhism, on Maurits Kwee: www.taosinstitute.net/maurits-gt-kwee-phd and facebook @maurits kwee, and for more reading: www.taosinstitute.net/manuscripts-for-downloading