Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.

Please note that MBCT refers to Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.
The references that could be used for this essay are:
Ajahn Sumedho – The Four Noble Truths https://www.amaravati.org/dhamma-books/the-four-noble-truths/ [Not scholarly, but a classic introductory booklet]
Anālayo Bhikkhu (2003) Satipaṭṭhāna – The Direct Path to Realisation. Birmingham: Windhorse Publications. Chapter 13. [Brief but covers key aspects of the Four Noble Truths within the context of Satipaṭṭhāna practice of mindfulness]
Anderson CS (1999 & 2001). Pain and its Ending: the Four Noble Truths in the Theravāda Buddhist Canon. London: Curzon Press. [Scholarly and historical]
Bodhi Bhikkhu (1984) The Noble Eightfold Path: The Way to the End of Suffering. Kandy, Sri Lanka: Buddhist Publication Society
Feldman C & Kuyken W (2019) Mindfulness: Ancient Wisdom meets Modern Psychology. New York: Guilford Chapter 5: An Integrated Map of Distress and Suffering
Segal et al., (2013) Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression. New York: Guilford. Chapter 4: ‘Doing and Being’ [in relation to MBCT]
Williams JMG & Kabat-Zinn J [Editors] (2013) Mindfulness – Diverse Perspectives on its Meaning, Origins and Applications. Abingdon: Routledge. Chapters 6 & 7. [in relation to MBCT]
Talks on www.dharmaseed.org by John Teasdale, Jake Dartington, Ajahn Sucitto, Jill Shepherd, Stephen Batchelor
References to The Four Noble Truths on https://accesstoinsight.org/

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