Caroline Brazier is a Buddhist and a psychotherapist who writes about Buddhist therapeutic approaches and the psychology which underpins them. Her work is framed in a model called other-centred approach, which offers an integration based on an understanding of the way that the mind is conditioned by the things to which we give our attention and that at the same time we shape our identities based upon our habits of view. A practising psychotherapist she draws on her experience of more than twenty years in the field. Caroline is leader of the the Tariki training programme in Buddhist psychotherapy and the Ten Directions training in Ecotherapy. She is based at a Buddhist centre in Leicester run by Tariki Trust. She travels internationally, lecturing, running workshops and presenting at conferences. Always interested in the practical as much as in the ideas which inform it, she writes in a readable and often very personal way. Caroline has three adult children and three grandchildren.
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