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We Are All Connected Mindfully (Part 2)

We Are All Connected Mindfully part 2

This feature by Fragiskos Gonidakis is Part 2 of 2 in a series about the experience of a therapist in Greece during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the first part, Fragiskos explored what happened pre-quarantine. Now, in part 2, Fragiskos discusses the quarantine and the initial experience of returning from quarantine.

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Zen Mindfulness in DBT

Zen Mindfulness in DBT - Featuring Randy Wolbert

In our research and practice, we have seen the connection between Zen mindfulness and DBT. Behavior therapy has an inherent compatibility with Zen principles. Behavioral Tech trainer and Zen teacher, Randy Wolbert, breaks down for us the seven points of overlap between Zen mindfulness and DBT and how these links came to be.

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The Measure of Mindfulness

The Measure of Mindfulness

For the first years of this century, mindfulness-based interventions generated a lot of enthusiasm from the general public and researchers alike. Research on mindfulness treatments for education, health, and mental health increased exponentially (Farias & Wikholm 2016). Recently, however, reviews of mindfulness-based interventions have re-assessed the data, especially because of small effect sizes and a lack of real control conditions (Farias & Wikhom 2016). A serious, methodological problem common to most of the studies is the lack of a standard operational definition for mindfulness (Lutz 2015).

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