Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Cultures - Praise

Essays on Theories and Practices

“The essays in this collection offer rich insights on an exciting dialogue.”—Ruben L.F. Habito, Roshi, author of Healing Breath and Living Zen, Loving God

“Points toward a real integration of Buddhist thought into our culture, our lives, and our worlds.”—Mark Epstein, author of Thoughts Without a Thinker, in Buddhadharma

“Despite my first intention to skim through this book for the chapters that appealed to me, I found that each chapter grabbed my attention. The essays take the Buddhist-Psychotherapy dialogue to new depths and subtleties. It was a pleasure to delve into it all.”—Karen Kissel Wegela, Ph.D., Professor in Contemplative Psychotherapy, Naropa University, author of How to Be a Help Instead of a Nuisance

“A welcome addition edited by a superb scholar in the field.”—David H. Rosen, McMillan Professor of Analytical Psychology and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Texas A&M University, and author of The Tao of Jung