ZEN AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: INTEGRATING TRADITIONAL AND NONTRADITIONAL APPROACHES

Christopher J. Mruk, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology

Bowling Green State University Firelands College

Grand Rounds: Summa Health System

Akron General Medical Center, May 11, 2006

Overview: The links presented below are designed to help people understand how Zen, when conceived in terms of the "Middle Path," can augment psychotherapy and be of service to the therapist as well the client. It is suggested that the links be followed from left to right and top to bottom, but the viewer is free to select them as desired. If you happen to see something upon which I could improve, or if you would like to add a link to one of the pages, then please feel free to email me by clicking here and using the email button in the middle of that page.

Zen and Psychotherapy Book

Outline for the Presentation

10 Psychotherapeutic Zen Principles

The Role of Meditation in Zen

Research on Meditation

Useful Zen Links

Dr. Mruk's Home Page

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