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Buddhist psychotherapy, is an integrative form of psychotherapy which draws on the wisdom and understandings of Buddhism, together with Western psychological theories and insights.

Core process psychotherapyEdit

One particular form of Buddhist psychotherapy is Core process psychotherapy is a psychotherapy that practices a Buddhist awareness as the centre of a healing relationship between client and therapist. It was founded by Maura Sills and Franklyn Sills. The Karuna Institute, a non-profit charity set in Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon, England trains core process psychotherapists including by focussing on birth trauma and using Kum Nye.


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