In recent years the growth of mindfulness-based approaches have brought Buddhist models of psychotherapy into the popular arena. What the public is maybe less aware of is the breadth and scope of Buddhist psychology which underpins this methodology. Other-Centred Therapy is an approach which is also grounded in this rich tradition of exploring the mind, and which uses awareness of perceptual process, and connection to the other as a foundation for therapeutic dialogue. This talk will introduce the basic principles of Buddhist psychology and show how other-centred methods can offer a direct and creative way of working with clients. Caroline Brazier is course leader of the Tariki Training Programme and author of six books on Buddhism and psychotherapy.Find out more about her work at www.buddhistpsychology.info.