Professor Paul Gilbert – How Compassion Transforms the Mind
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In this interview, I’m joined by Professor Paul Gilbert, a clinical psychologist, bestselling author and the Founder of Compassion Focused Therapy. Paul has dedicated his life to researching the science of compassion and how it can be applied to alleviate suffering and promote wellbeing. He is the author of numerous books, including “The Compassionate Mind”, “Mindful Compassion”, “Living Like Crazy”, “Overcoming Depression”, and most recently: “Compassion Focused Therapy: Clinical Practice and Applications”. In 2011, Paul was awarded an OBE for his continued contribution in mental healthcare. You can learn more about Paul’s work and trainings in CFT by going to www.compassionatemind.co.uk. Check out Professor Gilbert’s books.
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