Therapy and mental health

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.