Mindfulness y psicoterapia: Técnicas prácticas de atención plena para psicoterapeutas [NOOK Book]

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Para lograr una buena salud mental es indispensable ayudar a que el paciente aprenda a experimentar un estado de plena conciencia.
En este libro, Daniel J. Siegel, uno de los psicoterapeutas expertos en mindfulness que goza de mayor reconocimiento internacional, expone las técnicas prácticas que permiten que los terapeutas centren sus energías en lograr una buena salud mental para sí mismos y para sus clientes. Siegel expone las nueva funciones integradoras que generan los las ...
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Mindfulness y psicoterapia: Técnicas prácticas de atención plena para psicoterapeutas

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Para lograr una buena salud mental es indispensable ayudar a que el paciente aprenda a experimentar un estado de plena conciencia.
En este libro, Daniel J. Siegel, uno de los psicoterapeutas expertos en mindfulness que goza de mayor reconocimiento internacional, expone las técnicas prácticas que permiten que los terapeutas centren sus energías en lograr una buena salud mental para sí mismos y para sus clientes. Siegel expone las nueva funciones integradoras que generan los las conexiones neuronales del cerebro, entre las que se cuentan las funciones reguladoras corporales, la coherencia, el equilibrio emocional, la flexibilidad de las respuestas ante las distintas situaciones de la vida, la pérdida del miedo, la comprensión, la empatía, la moral y la intuición.
 Mindfulness y psicoterapia es un texto apasionante que plantea a todos los psicólogos un itinerario personal y profesional a las ideas y procesos de la atención plena, una capacidad que está en el núcleo de todas las relaciones saludables y duraderas. 
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Daniel Siegel

Daniel J. Siegel received his medical degree from Harvard University and completed his postgraduate medical education at the University of California, Los Angeles, with training in pediatrics, general adult psychiatry, and child and adolescent psychiatry. He has served as a National Institute of Mental Health Research Fellow at UCLA, where he studied family interactions, with an emphasis on how attachment experiences influence emotions, behavioral regulation, autobiographical memory and narrative processes.
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