East meets West: The rise of core process psychotherapy By James Scurry
13th August 2021
Published By: James Scurry
Core process psychotherapists are trained at the internationally renowned Karuna Institute in Devon. The core process approach offers a unique fusion of Eastern and Western teachings about the mind and body, drawing on ancient Buddhist teachings of how and why we experience suffering, and then combining them with well established Western psychotherapeutic approaches.
Core process psychotherapy is a powerful, non-pathologising (not framed through the lens of mental illness) way of meeting the rich panoply of reasons which lead us to begin therapy. It’s an approach to therapy which can help us to reframe experiences that we may initially experience as negative, as positive opportunities for deep and lasting change.
So here's the article on Core Process Psychotherapy, which was published in the Counselling Directory.
“The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists or its members”.