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 Contemplative Psychotherapy Essentials: Enriching Your Practice with Buddhist Psychology

(Published by W.W.Norton in Fall 2014)










(To find out more about the two books below, click on their links above)


and Encourage Others (Shambhala, 2011)




Chapters & Other Writings:

Wegela, K. K. (2012).  "May I be a Bridge."  In R. Fields (Ed.),  A Year of Living Mindfully:  52 Quotes & Weekly Mindfulness Practice.  (FACES Conferences).

Wegela, K. K. (2011). “I think we should stop seeing each other.” In A. Miller et al. (Eds.), Right here with you: Bringing mindful awareness into our relationships (Shambhala)

Wegela, K. K. (2010). “The Mindful Swimmer.”  A Case Study in the July/August issue of Psychotherapy Networker.

Wegela, K.K. (2008)  “Listening Beyond the Words:  Working with Exchange” in Francis  Kaklauskas et al, Brilliant Sanity: Buddhist  Approaches to Psychotherapy (University of the Rockies Press)

Wegela, K. K. (2003) “Being a Good Listener” in Mark Brady, The Wisdom of Listening  (Wisdom)

Wegela, K. K. (2003) “Nurturing the Seeds of Sanity,” in Sharon Mijares, Modern Psychology and Ancient Wisdom (Haworth Press)

Wegela, K. K. (1996) “Hospitality Beyond Ego,” in Gay Watson et al,  The Psychology of Awakening (Karnac Books)

Wegela, K. K. (1992) “Touch and Go,” in John Welwood, Ordinary Magic  (Shambhala)