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Cognitive Humanistic Therapy describes a new approach to psychotherapy and self-development, based on an understanding of what it means to be “fully human.” In a unique integration of theory and practice, the book synthesises ideas from the cognitive and humanistic domains of psychotherapy and the religious worlds of Buddhism and Christianity.
PART ONE: UNDERSTANDING BEING FULLY HUMAN
What Is Cognitive Humanism?
Being Fully Human
Learning and Losing Humanity
PART TWO: CULTIVATING BEING FULLY HUMAN
Overview of Cognitive Humanistic Therapy
The Skilled Client Model
Calming and Disillusioning the Mind
Awakening the Heart
Curbing Anger and Aversion
Curbing Greed and Craving
Cultivating Goodwill, Sympathetic Joy and Gratitude
Cultivating Compassion and Equanimity
Cultivating Generosity, Helping and Service