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Mindfulness – Advanced in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice

Ce livre propose un guide pratique et factuel sur l’utilisation de la pleine conscience pour la prise en charge clinique : les mécanismes d’action, les troubles pour lesquels il existe des preuves empiriques d’efficacité, et comment intégrer cette approche dans la pratique clinique.


Un ouvrage clair et concis sur l’intégration de la pleine conscience dans la pratique

Des experts éminents décrivent les concepts et les racines de la pleine conscience (Mindfulness), et examinent la science qui a conduit cette pratique extraordinairement riche et ancienne à devenir la base de nombreuses approches contemporaines fondées sur la preuve en psychothérapie.


L’efficacité des interventions basées sur la pleine conscience est décrite dans des contextes aussi divers que le trouble de la personnalité borderline, le stress post-traumatique, la dépression, la consommation d’alcool et de drogues, le dérèglement émotionnel, le trouble déficitaire de l’attention avec hyperactivité (TDA/H), le stress chronique, le diabète et la polyarthrite rhumatoïde.


Ce livre est une lecture inestimable pour tous ceux qui sont curieux de la science actuelle autour de la pleine conscience et de comment et quand l’incorporer efficacement dans la pratique clinique.


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Les témoignages


“The book is very well structured and has helpful side notes. It is didactical, handbook-like and clearly written. Crucial aspects of mindfulness as it is understood today are emphasized. The reader is introduced to different theories and models of mindfulness as a psychotherapeutic approach to various mental conditions. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Theory, etc., are just a few examples of therapeutic interventions that include mindfulness practice. More, all the interventions are well supported by empirical data. The reader is left with a clear understanding of [mindfulness’] main features and its envisaged therapeutic role.”

Alexandra Varga, writing in Metapsychology Online, 22 (2), January 2018.



« This slim manual is packed with information. As the title would suggest, Mindfulness centers around the most up-to-date research in this field and its application to the practice of psychotherapy.
As both a clinical psychologist and a yoga instructor, the information in this book resonated with me. Although this manual is research-based, it is written in clear, easy-to-understand language. […] I believe this volume to be an excellent overview of mindfulness in psychotherapy. I would recommend it to any mental health practitioner with an interest in this area. »

Beth Cholette, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, at http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net, vol. 21, September 2017


« With the proliferation of modalities integrating components of meditation and mindfulness practice, this book is a welcome addition to Hogrefe’s Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence Based Practice Series: It is compact, easy to use, organized, succinct, detailed, and informative without being overdone.
Reading the description of mindfulness in the first few pages of this book felt refreshing. I felt a sense of synthesis, a sense of completion as if these authors gathered together all these dangling strands threaded them through the eye of one needle to then stitch their text together.
The book reads well despite the overall density and depth of detail. One walks away with a clear understanding of mindfulness as it stands apart from the Buddhist practice and belief (East meets West) and how specific Western therapeutic interventions have incorporated it into their program. »

Nancy Eichhorn, PhD, in Somatic Psychotherapy Today, Summer 2017, Volume 7, Number 2, page 21



« This small book provides great information and insights that should be helpful to both beginning therapists and those therapists who are interested in knowing about mindfulness prior to deciding to incorporate it into their work. Readers of Mindfulness can find discussions of (a) some roots of, (b) empirical support for, (c) assessment of, and (d) practical suggestion for incorporating mindfulness practices into their practices. We especially liked the authors’ inclusion of the importance of therapists’ attitudes and personal practice. »

Mitchell M. Handelsman, PhD, Professor of Psychology and CU President’s Teaching Scholar, University of Colorado Denver, and Bethann Bierer, PhD, licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice and Senior Instructor, Department Psychology, University of Colorado Denver, in PsycCRITIQUES, vol. 62, 2017


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