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Compassionate Mindful Inquiry in Therapeutic Practice

A Practical Guide for Mindfulness Teachers, Yoga Teachers and Allied Health Professionals
  • Author
    • Karen Atkinson
  • Foreword
    • Vidyamala Burch
Format
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Practical and informative, this hands-on manual clearly depicts the relationship between mindfulness and compassion, demonstrating how one supports the other. The book offers a fresh perspective on mindfulness that resonates with a human approach and helps practitioners to validate their work by giving a sense of grounding and direction, and providing a safe, appropriate and transformative process in which to conduct inquiry.

Including chapters on the meaning of Compassionate Mindful Inquiry and the Model of Inquiry, Atkinson facilitates transformational change and offers guidance for those incorporating mindfulness teaching into their own professional practice.
  • Published: Jan 21 2020
  • Pages: 192
  • 228 x 152mm
  • ISBN: 9781787751750
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Press Reviews

  • Gary Heads, Mindfulness Teacher and Author

    This book is a wonderful and practical guide to the process of mindful inquiry. Karen's experience and wisdom are weaved eloquently through the pages of what is for many a demanding and difficult subject. A must for all those who are teaching or training to teach mindfulness.
  • Dr Arabella Bowen, Consultant Counselling Psychologist

    This is a book that you read and can 'hear' the author's voice in your head: it reassures and guides. Karen Atkinson manages to convey clarity for practitioners in their journey of helping clients, recounting years of personal experience of Mindful Compassion, and in the teaching of it to others. A welcome addition is the section on neuroscience, which deftly combines laymen's terms with an abundance of useful metaphors throughout. Would heartily recommend to all those who want to further their understanding and practice.
  • Dr. Graham Burns, yoga teacher and teacher trainer

    This is a clear and practical introduction to an important therapeutic aspect of mindfulness. Chapters 4 and 5 in particular are full of tips and reminders relevant to all of us who teach, whatever our discipline, and the neuroscience chapter is beautifully accessible.