Articles about different forms of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).

Mindfulness, Metacognition and Hypnosis

In 2006, Steven Jay Lynn collaborated with the Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das, and two other researchers, in an attempt to explore the possibility of combining elements of Buddhist mindfulness meditation practice, cognitive therapy, and hypnosis, drawing on recent research in cognitive psychology. This post briefly summarises and comments upon their article.

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The Stoic Reserve Clause

This is an excerpt from the book The Philosophy of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which discusses the Stoic notion of the “reserve clause.”

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