|9 Jun 2021||2:30pm - 4:30pm||ONLINE SESSION (UK Time)|
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Easter term 2021: Having considered what factors might be common to psychotherapies, we turn our attention to the potential influences of the contexts in which psychotherapies are delivered. Can the specific context in which it is delivered affect a psychotherapy's potential to induce benefit or to cause harm?
Anne Harrington and John D. Dunne, 'When Mindfulness Is Therapy: Ethical Qualms, Historical Perspectives', American Psychologist (2015)
Sahanika Ratnayake, The Problem of Mindfulness, Aeon (2019), https://aeon.co/essays/mindfulness-is-loaded-with-troubling-metaphysical-assumptions
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