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David Brazier

 

David Brazier

David Brazier is a British author and psychotherapist known for his writings on Zen Buddhism and psychotherapy. He is the leader of the Amida Order.

Bibliography

  • Beyond Carl Rogers: Towards a Psychotherapy for the 21st Century. London : Constable (1993) ISBN 0-09-472610-8
  • A Guide to Psychodrama. (out of print)
  • Zen Therapy: Transcending the Sorrows of the Human Mind New York : John Wiley & Sons (1995) ISBN 0-471-19283-X
  • The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and Passion (2002) ISBN 0-312-29509-X
  • The New Buddhism New York, Palmer, (2002) ISBN 0-312-29518-9
  • Who Loves Dies Well (2007) O Books ISBN 1-84694-045-1 ISBN 978-1-84694-045-3
  • Love and its Disappointment (2009) O Books

See also

External links

  • Dharmavidya Web: A Buddhist life, Dr. Brazier's weblog
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