Books Related to the Study of Buddhist Psychology

The Wise Heart: A Guide to the Universal Teachings of Buddhist Psychology
by Jack Kornfield

Nagarjuna’s Seventy Stanza’s: A Buddhist Psychology of Emptiness
by David Ross Komito

The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and Passion
by David Brazier

Buddhist Psychology: The Foundation of Buddhist Thought
by Geshe Tashi Tsering

Understanding Our Mind: 50 Verses on Buddhist Psychology
by Thich Nhat Hanh

An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology
by Padmasiri De Silva

Mind and Mental Factors in Early Buddhist Psychology
by Amol K. Barua

Buddhist on the couch: From analysis to awakening using buddhist psychology
by Caroline Brazier

Principles of Buddhist psychology
by David J. Kalapahana

Encountering Buddhist: Western psychology and Buddhist teachings
by Seth R. Segall

Buddhist practice on Western ground: Reconciling Eastern ideals and Western psychology
by Harvey Aronson

The psychology of Buddhist Tantra
by Rob Preece

Buddhist and Freudian psychology
by Padmasiri De Silva

Thoughts without a thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective
by Mark Epstein

Buddhism and Jungian psychology
by Marvin Spiegelman

Reasoning into reality
by Peter Fenner

The attention revolution: Unlocking the power of the focused mind
by Alan Wallace

Buddhism and psychotherapy across cultures: Essays on theories and practices
by Mark Unno

Essence of Jung’s psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and eastern paths to the heart
by Radmilla Moacanin

Going on being: Life at the crossroads of buddhism and psychotherapy
by Mark Epstein

How much is enough? Buddhism, consumerism, and the human environment
by Richard Payne

Mixing Minds: The power of relationship in psychoanalysis and Buddhism
by Pilar Jennings

Ordinary mind: exploring the common ground of Zen and Psychotherapy (2nd ed.)
by Barry Magid

Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An unfolding dialogue
by Jeremy Safran

Unlimiting Mind: The radically experiential psychology of Buddhism
by Andrew Olendzki

Buddhist Phenomenology: A philosophical investigation of Yogacara Buddhism

The Couch and the Tree Dialogues in psychoanalysis and buddhism
by Anthony Molino

Zen Buddhism and psychoanalysis
by Erich Fromm

Psychotherapy and buddhism: toward an integration
by Jeffrey B. Rubin

Awakening and Insight: Zen Buddhism and psychotherapy
by Polly Young-Eisendrath

Psychology and buddhism: from individual to global community
by Kathleen Dockett

The Zen impulse and the psychoanalytic encounter
by Paul C. Cooper

Zen and psychotherapy: integrating traditional and nontraditional approaches
by Chris J. Mruk and Joan Hartzell

Mindfulness and psychotherapy
by Christopher K. Germer et al.

Contemporary psychoanalysis and eastern thought
by John R. Suler

The Authority of experience: readings on buddhism and psychotherapy
by John Pickering

The Resonance of emptiness: A Buddhist inspiration for contemporary psychotherapy
by Gay Watson

Clinical handbook of mindfulness
by Fabrizio Didonna

The Quantum and the lotus: A journey to the frontiers where science and Buddhism meet
by Ricard et al

The embodied mind: cognitive science and human experience
by Francisco Varela et al.

Beyond happiness: deepening the dialogue between Buddhism, psychotherapy and the mind sciences
by Gay Watson

Mindfulness and mental health: Therapy, theory and science
by Chris Mace

Embracing Mind: The common ground of science and spirituality
by Alan Wallace

Psychology of Awakening
by Gay Watson