Suggested Reading

 

 

 You are not a drop in the ocean.

You are the whole ocean in a single drop.

 – Rumi

 

 

AIZENSTAT, S. (2011). DREAM TENDING: AWAKENING TO THE HEALING POWER OF DREAMS.
ALTMAN, T. (2011). ONE MINUTE MINDFULNESS.
BRADSHAW, J. (1988). HEALING THE SHAME THAT BINDS YOU.
BRAUN, A. (2014). THE PROMISE OF A PENCIL: HOW AN ORDINARY PERSON CAN CREATE EXTRAORDINARY CHANGE.
BUZZELL, L., & CHALQUIST, C. (EDS.). (2009). ECOTHERAPY: HEALING WITH NATURE IN MIND.
CALDECOTT, M. (1993). MYTHS OF THE SACRED TREE.
CAMPBELL, J. (1972). MYTHS TO LIVE BY.
CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, M. (1990). FLOW: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE.
DAS, LAMA S. (1997). AWAKENING THE BUDDHA WITHIN.
DAWSON, P., GUARE, R. (2009). SMART BUT SCATTERED.
DESALVO, L. (1999). WRITING AS A WAY OF HEALING: HOW TELLING OUR STORIES TRANSFORMS OUR LIVES.
DIJK, S. (2011). DON’T LET YOUR EMOTIONS RUN YOUR LIFE FOR TEENS.
EDINGER, E. (1994). ANATOMY OF THE PSYCHE: ALCHEMICAL SYMBOLISM IN PSYCHOTHERAPY.                                                                                                    
FRANKEL, R. (1998). THE ADOLESCENT PSYCHE.
GREENLAND, S. (2010). THE MINDFUL CHILD: HOW TO HELP YOUR KID MANAGE STRESS . . .
HANH, T. (2008). MINDFUL MOVEMENTS: TEN EXERCISES FOR WELL BEING.
HANH, T. (1991). PEACE IS EVERY STEP: THE PATH OF MINDFULNESS IN EVERYDAY LIFE.
HANSON, R. WITH MENDIUS, R. (2009). BUDDHA’S BRAIN: THE PRACTICAL NEUROSCIENCE OF HAPPINESS, LOVE AND WISDOM.
HILLMAN, J. (1992). THE THOUGHT OF THE HEART AND THE SOUL OF THE WORLD.
HOLLANDER, M. (2008). HELPING TEENS WHO CUT: UNDERSTANDING AND ENDING SELF-INJURY.
JOHNSON, C. (1955). HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON.
JOHNSON, R. (1986). INNER WORK: USING DREAMS AND ACTIVE IMAGINATION FOR PERSONAL GROWTH.
KABAT-ZINN, J. (2013). FULL CATASTROPHE LIVING: USING THE WISDOM OF YOUR BODY AND MIND TO FACE STRESS, PAIN . . .
KALSCHED, D. (1996). THE INNER WORLD OF TRAUMA: ARCHETYPAL DEFENSES OF THE PERSONAL SPIRIT.
MASLOW, A. (1971). THE FARTHER REACHES OF HUMAN NATURE.
MATE, G. (2010). IN THE REALM OF HUNGRY GHOSTS: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS WITH ADDICTION.
McGONIGAL, K. (2012). THE WILLPOWER INSTINCT: HOW SELF-CONTROL WORKS, WHY IT MATTERS . . .
MILLER, D. (2009). THE BOOK WHISPERER: AWAKENING THE INNER READER IN EVERY CHILD.
MILLER, L. (2015). THE SPIRITUAL CHILD: THE NEW SCIENCE ON PARENTING FOR HEALTH AND LIFELONG THRIVING.
NEFF, K. (2011). SELF-COMPASSION: STOP BEATING YOURSELF UP AND LEAVE INSECURITY BEHIND.
SAPOLSKY, R. (2004). WHY ZEBRAS DON’T GET ULCERS: THE ACCLAIMED GUIDE TO STRESS, STRESS-RELATED DISEASES, AND COPING.
SCHIFFMANN, E. (1996). YOGA: THE SPIRIT AND PRACTICE OF MOVING INTO STILLNESS.
SHAPIRO, J. & PARTRIDGE, R. (2012). OCCUPY PSYCHE: JUNGIAN AND ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES ON A MOVEMENT.
SHAUB, J. (2015). DIVORCE (OR NOT): A GUIDE.
SNEL, E. (2013). SITTING STILL LIKE A FROG: MINDFULNESS EXERCISES FOR KIDS AND THEIR PARENTS.
SORNSON, B. (2013). STAND IN MY SHOES: KIDS LEARNING ABOUT EMPATHY.
STROM, M. (2012). A LIFE WORTH BREATHING.
VAN DER KOLK, B. (2014). THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE: BRAIN, MIND, AND BODY IN THE HEALING OF TRAUMA.
WALLIN, D. (2007). ATTACHMENT IN PSYCHOTHERAPY.
YALOM, I. (2009). THE GIFT OF THERAPY.

 

 

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the awareness that arises by paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.

                           – Jon Kabat-Zinn

 

 

 

 

We don’t see things as they are;

we see them as we are.   

– Anais Nin