Exploring the Utilization of Buddhist Practices in Counseling for Two Dif erent Groups of Service Providers (Monks and Psychologists) in Cambodia

Khann Sareth, Tanja E Schunert, Chor Sonary


Cambodia’s history of political unrest, socioeconomic struggle and traumatic genocide under the Khmer Rouges (KR) has disrupted and destroyed many grown structures of resources, such as the foundations of suffi cient health care, education and deeper knowledge of Buddhist and Hindu, animistic traditional practices and cultural legacies. Normal patterns and habits of daily life have been torn apart and resulted in low indicators of development.

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