Mindfulness Increases Well-being
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Mindfulness Increases Well-being

In our pervasive ‘age of anxiety’, mindfulness-based clinical approaches to treatment are fast gaining recognition as among the most highly effective in addressing a wide range of emotional and psychological suffering, such as depression, anxiety, some personality disorders, etc.

What the Internet is doing to our minds
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What the Internet is doing to our minds

Critical social analysts have long suggested that in the information societies in which we now live, mass media, advertising, technological savvy, and ideological postures have so shrunk our personal space in which our individual standing in the world is negotiated, that they have, in effect, subtly disempowered us. The critical faculty of a discerning mind, […]

Our Addiction to Gadgets
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Our Addiction to Gadgets

Check out this article in The New York Times on some of the unsuspected mental health threats of our highly technological age, “Hooked on Gadgets, and Paying a Mental Price.”

On Integrative Healing, Spirituality and Religion
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On Integrative Healing, Spirituality and Religion

Working as an individual and couples’ psychotherapist has afforded me such an opportunity to appreciate the role of spiritual self-understanding in people’s lives.

Beyond Competing Identities and Ideologies: Building Resilience to Radicalization in a World in Transition
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Beyond Competing Identities and Ideologies: Building Resilience to Radicalization in a World in Transition

In March 2008, I presented this paper to the NATO Advanced Research Workshop ‘Indigenous Terrorism: Understanding and Addressing the Root Causes of Radicalization Among Groups with an Immigrant Heritage in Europe’,  which was held in Budapest, Hungary.

Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges
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Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges

The following article “Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges” was published in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2006.

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Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder
By March 11, 2010 0 Comments Read More →

Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder

In August 2000, I presented a paper at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference on “Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder.”

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Discovering Our Health:  Rethinking Mind, Consciousness, and Thought
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Discovering Our Health: Rethinking Mind, Consciousness, and Thought

This paper focuses on the emergence, in the field of psychotherapy, of a new level of therapeutic understanding, deeply consonant with the world view of the wisdom traditions that affirm the spiritual nature of the human personality and the spiritual basis of authentic mental health.

Education for Critical Moral Consciousness
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Education for Critical Moral Consciousness

In September 2004 my paper “Education for Critical Consciousness” was published in the Journal of Moral Education.