Self and No-Self: Continuing the Dialogue Between Buddhism and Psychotherapy Hardcover – 18 May 2009
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"This dialogue between these two perspectives is a fascinating one and is well served by this book. The reader does not need to be an expert in either field, and, as long as there isn’t too quick a rush to equating the concepts of one with the other, analytic theory has much to gain from this encounter." - Helen Morgan, Journal of Analytical Psychology, (55) 2010
About the Author
Dale Mathers is a Jungian analyst in London. He directed the Student Counselling Service at the London School of Economics and attends the Theravada class at the Buddhist Society, London.
Melvin E. Miller is Professor of Psychology and Director of Doctoral Training at Norwich University and has twice been a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Divinity School. He has a private psychoanalytic practice.
Osamu Ando is Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at Hanazono University and President of the Japanese Association for Transpersonal Psychology/Psychiatry.