Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Tricycle Talks: Buddhism & Psychotherapy - An Interview with Mark Epstein


As part of the promotional work for his new book, Buddhist psychotherapist Dr. Mark Epstein stopped by the Tricycle offices to record the first talk in a new series, Tricycle Talks. Epstein's new book, The Trauma of Everyday Life, which serves as the foundation for this discussion.


Tricycle Talks: Buddhism & Psychotherapy

An Interview with Mark Epstein

In the debut episode of Tricycle Talks, contributing editor Amy Gross speaks with practicing psychiatrist Mark Epstein on Buddhism and psychotherapy. Epstein emphasizes that there is dukkha (suffering) in every place at every time, and that psychotherapeutic practices can help alleviate this suffering. Epstein's new book, The Trauma of Everyday Life, also explores this topic.

Tricycle Talks is a podcast series featuring leading voices in the contemporary Buddhist world.

Want to hear more of Epstein's thoughts on Buddhism and psychotherapy? Read "What Changes?" Epstein's article in the Tricycle's Fall 2013 issue.

Download the talk here.
or
Listen to the Audio at the Tricycle site.
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