Mindfulnesstherapy - Theories and practice
Mindfulnesstherapy has as its goal to make a more appropriate form opinions in the client relationship if these are out of balance or is in a bad rhythm. The fundamental concept in Mindfulnesstherapy is that the therapist can depend on the readiness, which is in the client and therapist degrades mostly role is to create an interpersonal climate in which individuals Mindfulness can be developed. The design of Mindfulnesstherapy and its principles as a cognitive benefit, which a Mindfulness atitude and empathy from the therapist implies that trust and respect his client in a relationship that is helpful. When a person is in emotional stress and having problems according to the original mind, so we need to help such a person to come into a situation that fosters and facilitates the vitality of that person’s inner healing and developmental forces. The Zen therapeutic attitude of trust and respect with which the therapist shows and desirability of creating a situation in which a person’s capacity for healing and development can produce a logical approach to a therapeutic intervention.