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Jeffrey B. Rubin

Jeffrey B. Rubin

Jeffrey B. Rubin Ph.D., is the creator of meditative psychotherapy, a practice that he developed through insights gained from decades of study, teaching and helping hundreds of people flourish. The author of the critically acclaimed books "The Art of Flourishing," "Psychotherapy and Buddhism," "The Good Life" and "A Psychoanalysis for Our Time," Dr. Rubin is a practicing psychotherapist and teacher of meditation in New York City and Bedford Hills, New York, and has taught at various universities, psychoanalytic institutes and Buddhist and yoga centers. He lectures around the country and has given workshops at the United Nations, the Esalen Institute, the Open Center and the 92nd Street Y. His pioneering approach to psychotherapy and Buddhism has been featured in The New York Times Magazine.

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Jeffrey B. Rubin

Jeffrey B. Rubin

Jeffrey B. Rubin Ph.D., is the creator of meditative psychotherapy, a practice that he developed through insights gained from decades of study, teaching and helping hundreds of people flourish. The author of the critically acclaimed books "The Art of Flourishing," "Psychotherapy and Buddhism," "The Good Life" and "A Psychoanalysis for Our Time," Dr. Rubin is a practicing psychotherapist and teacher of meditation in New York City and Bedford Hills, New York, and has taught at various universities, psychoanalytic institutes and Buddhist and yoga centers. He lectures around the country and has given workshops at the United Nations, the Esalen Institute, the Open Center and the 92nd Street Y. His pioneering approach to psychotherapy and Buddhism has been featured in The New York Times Magazine.

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By Jeffrey B. Rubin, Truthout | News Analysis