Core Process Psychotherapy was established in 1982 by Muara & Franklyn Sills and is one of the original mindfulness-based psychotherapy programmes.  Buddhist psychology and mindfulness practice underpin this work.  In core process work both the therapis and client are involved in a joint healing process through an awareness of the body and its feelings/feeling tones as well as the mind and its states.  It is based on the belief that true healing is only possible to the extent that we can be fully present to our inner and outer experience.

In the video below, Maura Sills speaks of this work and the Karuna Institue that trains people in this approach: