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Learn To Embrace the "Dark Emotions"
Through Integrative Mindful Exposure

Bronx Dharma

Growing up in the Bronx in all the turbulence and craziness of the ‘60s, Jerry Duvinsky learnt this lesson first hand: The promising lives cut short, the tragic idealism and self-destruction. But life on the streets also teaches other things…

Perfect Pain/Perfect Shame: A Journey Into Radical Presence

In his second book of this series, Dr. Duvinsky leads the book deeper into the “heart of darkness”. This volume specifically addresses what he sees as a silent pandemic that is at the heart of so many forms of human suffering and illness – Toxic Shame.

How to Lose Control
and Gain Emotional Freedom

Dr. Duvinsky’s first book, “How to Lose Control and Gain Emotional Freedom,” is a “user’s guide” for individual engaged in psychotherapy as well as for therapists and for anyone engaged in a journey of emotional and spiritual growth.

About the Author

Born and raised in the Bronx, Dr. Duvinsky earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Binghamton University where he currently supervises graduate student’s clinical work.

He founded and directs a large private behavioral health clinic in the Binghamton, New York area and has over thirty years of psychotherapy experience. A long-time student of Zen Buddhism, he is training to be a Dharma Teacher in the Kwan Um tradition of Korean Zen, founded by the world-renowned Zen Master Seung Sahn. Duvinsky has published books exploring his approach to integrating behavioral psychology and Eastern mindfulness practices.

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