Joseph Bobrow is a Zen master, author, and retired psychoanalyst. Thich Nhat Hanh said of Joseph’s first book, Zen and Psychotherapy: Partners in Liberation, “Please read with a feeling of gratitude.” His Holiness The Dalai Lama wrote the foreword for Joseph’s latest book, Waking Up From War: A Better Way Home For Veterans and Nations. In it, Joseph illuminates trauma in an original and integrative way as he presents the work of Coming Home Project, whose retreats have broken new ground in transforming the suffering of thousands of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, families, and care providers. He is the founding teacher of Deep Streams Zen Institute in Santa Barbara and teaches extensively.
<b>Joseph Bobrow</b> is a Zen master, author, and retired psychoanalyst. Thich Nhat Hanh said of Joseph’s first book, Zen and Psychotherapy: Partners in Liberation, “Please read with a feeling of...Read more
|Mindfulness, Compassion, and the Healing of Trauma||Joseph Bobrow||2016.08.14||42:42||42:42
|Non-Duality - 18 Talk - (2 of 7)||Joseph Bobrow||2007.06.23||57:09||57:09
|Not Two, Not Even "One": Non-Duality in Theravada and Zen Buddhism by Ajahn Amaro and Joseph Bobrow||Ajahn Amaro, Joseph Bobrow||2007.06.23||5:40:15||5:40:15
|The Heart of Things||Joseph Bobrow||2001.07.23||46:17||46:17