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Mindfulness in Clinical Practice

Richard Sears, PsyD, PhD, MBA, ABPP |  Dennis Tirch PH.D.
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Jan 01, 2011
Professional Resource Press
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This excellent guide to incorporating mindfulness into your clinical practice comes with an audio CD containing 6 techniques and exercises enclosed in the back.

As Steven C. Hayes says in the Foreword to the book: “There are other volumes on mindfulness and clinical work but there is nothing else quite like this book.... No other volume of which I am aware is as clear, broad, and expressed in such a clear and consistent voice.... This book is a comprehensive guide to mindfulness methods in clinical practice written by expert clinicians with a long standing interest in contemplative practice and the mindfulness traditions. The authors know the roots of these methods, both in Eastern thought and in Western science. The range of methods is broad, from Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, so the focus is wisely placed on targets of change, not just the formal similarities of these techniques…

If you are considering how to include mindfulness work in your clinical practice, you can trust this book. Let this book take you by the hand and show you the territory and to guide you through that process, for your clients and for yourself.”



Richard Sears, PsyD, PhD, MBA, ABPP's Profile

Richard Sears, PsyD, PhD, MBA, ABPP Related seminars and products

Richard W. Sears, PsyD, Ph.D., MBA, ABPP, has given hundreds of workshops on ACT all around the world. He is a board-certified clinical psychologist in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he runs a private therapy and consultation practice, and is Director of the Center for Clinical Mindfulness & Meditation. He holds several academic appointments, including the Department of Clinical Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences with the UC College of Medicine. Dr. Sears is also a psychologist contractor with the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and with Alliance Integrative Medicine.

Dr. Sears is the author of over a dozen books, including ACT with Anxiety; The CBT & Mindfulness Toolbox and Mindfulness: Living Through Challenges and Enriching Your Life. He is also a sixth-degree black belt in Ninjutsu and once served as a personal protection agent for the Dalai Lama of Tibet. He has a PhD in Buddhist Studies, and received ordination in three traditions, as well as recognition as a Zen master.


Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Dr. Richard Sears maintains a private practice and has employment relationships with the University of Cincinnati and Wright State University. He receives compensation as a consultant. Dr. Sears receives royalties as a published author. He receives a speaking honorarium, recording, and book royalties from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Richard Sears is the founder and director of the Center for Clinical Mindfulness and Meditation and is a member of the American Board of Professional Psychology, the Academy of the American Board of Clinical Psychology, and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences. He is a peer reviewer for Mindfulness and a book reviewer for John Wiley & Sons, Inc, and Routledge.

Dennis Tirch PH.D. Related seminars and products

Dennis D. Tirch, PhD, is the Associate Director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy (AICT) in Manhattan.


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