"New Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Relational Buddhism for Collaborative Practitioners" reviewed on AmAreWay.orgVancouver, Canada, October 7, 2010 — “New Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Relational Buddhism for Collaborative Practitioners” is a follow-up to Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Practice, Research & Theory is for all who wish to read about cutting-edge developments in Buddhist Psychology and will be of special interest to professionals (coaches, clinicians, teachers), scholars of various academic disciplines (medicine and the social sciences), as well as to the informed public attracted to meditation (students and experts). It provides illuminating insights into “Relational Buddhism,” an approach based on “social construction”, which lies at the heart of this pioneering work.
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