Buddhist perspectives on society and culture

Buddhism and Psychology

Posted in: Psychology

Ratnaguna and Advayacitta discuss aspects of Buddhism and psychological therapy – their similarities and differences. In particular they explore the topic of ‘helpful conversations’.

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