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Dr. Maurits Kwee

Dr. Maurits Kwee

Change Agent on Buddhist Lines & Poetic Activist with Awakening Humor
Languages : English, Dutch, German

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Dr. G.T. Maurits Kwee, Ph.D. (Emeritus Hon. Prof.), Clinical Psychologist, is a Faculty Member of the Taos Institute (USA) – Tilburg University (Netherlands) Ph.D.-Program and Founder of the Institute for Relational Buddhism & Karma Transformation, Bentveld, Netherlands. A Chan Buddhist and mindfulness adept as from his early teens, Professor Kwee earned his doctorate in Medical Science at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and was a Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at Waseda University,

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Dr. G.T. Maurits Kwee, Ph.D. (Emeritus Hon. Prof.), Clinical Psychologist, is a Faculty Member of the Taos Institute (USA) – Tilburg University (Netherlands) Ph.D.-Program and Founder of the Institute for Relational Buddhism & Karma Transformation, Bentveld, Netherlands. A Chan Buddhist and mindfulness adept as from his early teens, Professor Kwee earned his doctorate in Medical Science at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and was a Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at Waseda University, Tokyo, and Honorary Professor at the University of Flores, Buenos Aires.

Formerly a clinical practitioner, researcher and supervisor, he was also (co?)organizer of a dozen international conventions and has guest?lectured all over the world as the Past President of the Transcultural Society for Clinical Meditation (Japan) and a Board Member of the Society for Constructivism in the Human Sciences (USA). Dr. Kwee promulgates a cutting?edge secular Psychology in Buddhism which moves beyond the traditional Buddhist denominations. His latest proficiency is the Pursuit of Happiness Amid Adversity as in Kwee, G.T.M. (2013). Relational Buddhism: An integrative psychology of happiness amidst existential suffering (In The Oxford Handbook of Happiness, pp.357-370; Oxford University Press).

Presently, after retirement, he is dedicated to disseminate and revamp psychology which inheres in Buddhism and the wisdom traditions as a groundbreaking method for mental hygiene and stress-inoculation. Professor Kwee empowers and transforms audiences through procedures which promote sanity with business and other organization leaders, and change advocates – coaches, teachers, clinicians, trainers, managers – as well as with clients, students, employees and the public at large. His latest edited book (2010) is New Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Relational Buddhism for Collaborative Practitioners (Taos Institute Publications, USA) and his latest monograph (2013) is Psychotherapy by Karma Transformation: Relational Buddhism and Rational Practice. Languages in order of fluency: Nederlands, English, Deutsch (active), Français, Bahasa Indonesia, Hokkien (passive).

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New Horizons in Buddhist Psychology

ISBN: 0981907660
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This volume, a sequel of Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Practice, Research & Theory, is for all who wish to read about cutting-edge developments in Buddhist Psychology and will be of special interest to professionals (coaches, clinicians, teachers), scholars of various academic disciplines (medicine and the social sciences), as well as to the informed public attracted to meditation (students and experts). It provides illuminating insights into “Relational Buddhism,” an approach based on “social construction”, which lies at the heart of this pioneering work.

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Psychotherapy By Karma Transformation

ISBN: 9781938552052
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This cutting-edge monograph is for everyone who is interested in psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective and inner transformation from a relational stance. A detailed procedure is presented on the “what and how” to do in psychotherapy when transforming intentional action (i.e. Karma) in a combined process of Buddhist and Western collaborative practice with clients who wonder about themselves. After contextualizing Buddhist psychology, the focus is on conversation, the vehicle of Psychotherapy by Karma Transformation which targets communicative change in clients’ patterns of speech and self-speech. Operating within the meta-framework of Relational Buddhism, the author submits that Buddhism and psychotherapy are no longer strange bed-fellows.

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Horizons in Buddhist Psychology

ISBN: 0971231265
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This book is for those who are interested in Buddhist teachings and all who seek routes to growth in human well-being, particularly therapists, coaches, and scientists. It is a vanguard work that sets a cultural revolution in motion by bringing the fruits of the Buddhist heritage together with contemporary therapy, systematic research, and postmodern thought. The volume contains 28 chapters by 38 contributors from 12 countries, and introduces a range of useful practices, evidence of their efficacy, and integrative theoretical deliberations. Its contents move toward a climax called New Buddhist Psychology.