There are pages here detailing references by members of social mindfulness on mindfulness and different forms of therapy.
Barker, M. (2010). Mindfulness. In M. Barker, A. Vossler, & D. Langdridge, (Eds.) Understanding Counselling and Psychotherapy. pp.167-187. London: Sage.
Barker, M. (forthcoming, 2013). Mindfulness in Counselling & Psychotherapy: Practising Mindfully Across Approaches and Issues. London: Sage.
Nanda, J. (2010 a). Embodied Integration: Reflections on Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and a Case For Mindfulness Based Existential Therapy (MBET) – A Single Case Illustration. Existential Analysis, 21 (2), 331-350.
Nanda, J. (2010). Mindfulness, nothing special, yet special! Existential Analysis, 21 (1), 41-50.
Nanda, J. (2009). Mindfulness – a Lived Experience of Existential-Phenomenological Themes. Existential Analysis, 20 (1), 147-162.
Nanda, J. (2006). Knowing It In The Body – ‘I Thou’ in Therapeutic Encounter. Existential Analysis, 17 (2), 343-358.
Nanda, J. (2005). A Phenomenological Enquiry into the Effect of Meditation on Therapeutic Practice. Existential Analysis, 16 (2), 322-335.
Spandler, H. & Sitckley, T. (2011). No hope without compassion: The importance of compassion in recovery-based mental health services. Journal of Mental Health, 20 (6): 555-566.