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By Stephen Dansiger,Noah Levine

medical Dharma: A course for Healers and Helpers is the results of Dr. Steve's over 25 years adventure with Buddhist mindfulness perform and as a long time as an educator and a therapist. In that point he has visible how such a lot of of his colleagues within the supporting professions (and fellow avocational helpers) endure above and past what's tolerable, as a result burning out in a single means or one other. scientific Dharma offers a solution to this issue: strengthen your individual perform, after which proceed your paintings as a helper from the basis of the four Noble Truths and the eight Fold course of the Buddha.

This e-book takes you thru all four Noble Truths and all of the components of the 8 Fold route to introduce the newbie and improve the knowledge of these with event in constructing a Buddhist mindfulness perform that enables for a extra sustainable lifestyles within the aiding and therapeutic professions. people who are avocational caregivers also will enjoy the comparable info and practice.

Clinical Dharma provides a route to a large choice of helpers -- therapists, medical professionals, nurses, yoga lecturers, social justice staff, non-profit directors, sponsors in 12 step courses, therapeutic massage therapists, educators, podcast hosts -- someone engaged within the framework of aiding and/or healing.

"Dr. Stephen Dansiger's paintings with scientific Dharma is strictly what the aiding professions want: a realistic, non-pretentious quantity at the middle and soul of Buddhist educating brought in a way that's proper to the trendy occasions. Stephen is definitely the right individual to absorb this mantle. With a powerful history in Buddhist perform and a state of the art, trauma-focused figuring out of scientific lifestyles, Steve stocks with you a realistic advisor for embarking on mindfulness-infused perform. while you are a long-time practitioner, you'll achieve refreshed perception on the best way to deepen your perform and be greater at sharing it with others on your paintings, your group, and on your life."
--Jamie Marich, Ph.D., writer of Dancing Mindfulness: an artistic route to therapeutic and Transformation and several books on trauma and habit; Founder, The Institute for inventive Mindfulness

"A roadmap to relieve agony? definite, please! thanks Dr. Dansiger for giving us a transparent and non dogmatic strategy to a greater knowing of our humanity, styles and habits.”
- Nina Siemaszko, ERYT-500, qualified Iyengar Yoga Instructor

"Dr. Dansiger took his love of the Dharma and his ardour for psychotherapy and the realm of psychological wellbeing and fitness, and created an awesome learn -- not just for clinicians, yet for all."
- Dr. Josh Lichtman, Board qualified Psychiatrist, scientific Director, safe haven restoration facilities, medical teacher, UCLA college of Medicine

"As a author, activist, trainer and Zen instructor, i locate myself within the place of healer and/or helper so much days, again and again an afternoon. The scientific and Buddhist knowledge provided during this booklet from my outdated buddy and colleague Stephen Dansiger is going some distance in helping all our efforts as healers to maintain ourselves in the middle of lots affliction on this planet. I hugely suggest medical Dharma to these at the direction of therapeutic or assisting, no matter if it's their activity, their ardour or their duty." - Colin Beavan, Ph.D., trainer, writer, Activist, Speaker

"For 25 years i've got watched my pricey good friend Steve convey compassionate care to countless numbers of individuals, and all this time have thought of him my brother in either drumming and within the Dharma. His booklet medical Dharma has supplied me with a clean examine how the Dharma may also help me look after myself in order that i'd be of carrier to others, no matter if i am delivering a beat for my bandmates, or being known as to paintings with a pal or friend in desire. His message of bringing Buddhist mindfulness extra into medical care is heartfelt, as i've got visible his phrases consummated with motion. I hugely suggest this book." - Jay Dee Daugherty, Drummer - Patti Smith Group

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