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'The Ethical Space of Mindfulness in Clinical Practice provides valuable lessons for both educators and clinicians in the fast-growing MBI community. It is an insightful exploration, rich in discerning dialogue about a relational view of the ethical in the mindful profession. The author brings alive the dialogue in a practical and accessible way.' --Dr. Heyoung Ahn, Executive Director, The Korea Center for MBSR

'With tremendous attention to detail, Donald McCown brings to life and names the ethical space that is created through the pedagogy of mindfulness-based courses. This is a wonderful contribution, offered in the spirit of starting a conversation. Given the current context of widening interest in the integration of mindfulness into the mainstream, it is an important and much-needed conversation.' --Rebecca Crane, Director, Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK

'Brilliantly written, refreshing and a joy to read. It gets at the heart of key (ethical) issues in teaching mindfulness-based interventions, revealing important insights and offering new questions to probe further. A must-read for dedicated MBSR teachers! --Susan Bauer-Wu, PhD, RN, FAAN, Tussi and John Kluge Professor in Contemplative End-of-Life, University of Virginia School of Nursing, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia and author of Leaves Falling Gently: Living Full

what we find here is a sparkling and highly innovative addition to both the history of ethical thought and an action-relevant contribution to both a particular community of practice, and its broader potentials. These are estimable accomplishments indeed, and they furnish a compelling model for other communities to explore the forms of ethics they implicitly embrace, and their place in the world more generally. I am enveloped by appreciation and admiration for this fine work. --from the foreword by Kenneth J. Gergen, Ph.D., President, The Taos Institute, and Senior Research Professor, Swarthmore College

Just as you cannot put the sky in a box, the teachings and learnings in McCown's latest book extend far beyond its title! This self-described 'essay' is an offering to everyone risking the excitement of exposure to new perspectives and opportunities to re-imagine ways of Being. --Darlyne Bailey, Ph.D, LISW, Dean and Professor, Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, PA

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...what we find here is a sparkling and highly innovative addition to both the history of ethical thought and an action-relevant contribution to both a particular community of practice, and its broader potentials. These are estimable accomplishments indeed, and they furnish a compelling model for other communities to explore the forms of ethics they implicitly embrace, and their place in the world more generally. I am enveloped by appreciation and admiration for this fine work. (from the foreword by Kenneth J. Gergen, Ph.D., President, The Taos Institute, and Senior Research Professor, Swarthmore College)

With tremendous attention to detail, Donald McCown brings to life and names the ethical space that is created through the pedagogy of mindfulness-based courses. This is a wonderful contribution, offered in the spirit of starting a conversation. Given the current context of widening interest in the integration of mindfulness into the mainstream, it is an important and much-needed conversation. (Rebecca Crane, Director, Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK)

The Ethical Space of Mindfulness in Clinical Practice provides valuable lessons for both educators and clinicians in the fast-growing MBI community. It is an insightful exploration, rich in discerning dialogue about a relational view of the ethical in the mindful profession. The author brings alive the dialogue in a practical and accessible way. (Dr. Heyoung Ahn, Executive Director, The Korea Center for MBSR)

Just as you cannot put the sky in a box, the teachings and learnings in McCown's latest book extend far beyond its title! This self-described 'essay' is an offering to everyone risking the excitement of exposure to new perspectives and opportunities to re-imagine ways of Being. (Darlyne Bailey, Ph.D, LISW, Dean and Professor, Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, PA)

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4.0 out of 5 stars One for the theoretically oriented. 16 July 2013
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I was hoping for something a bit less esoteric although I loved that it was a scholarly work. The challenge is that there isn't something out there for general practitioners. The only ones who would read this work are those already basically steeped in the tradition. There is a need to address the general practitioner who doesn't get the difference between mindfulness and a bit of relaxation.
Thanks for the work though.
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