Bio

Seth Zuihō Segall is a Zen priest and psychologist who is the science writer for the Mindfulness Research Monthly, a contributing editor to Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and a teacher at the New York Insight Meditation Center. He is a retired member of the clinical faculty of the Yale School of Medicine and a former Director of Psychology at Waterbury Hospital. He is affiliated with White Plains Zen, Boundless Way Zen of Westchester, and the Pamsula Zen Center.  He received shukke tokudo in the White Plum Asanga and Zen Peacemaker Order lineages in 2016 from Daiken Nelson, Roshi. He is the author of The House We Live In: Virtue, Wisdom and Pluralism (Equinox, 2023), Buddhism and Human Flourishing: A Modern Western Perspective (Palgrave MacMillan, 2020), Encountering Buddhism: Western Psychology and Buddhist Teachings  (SUNY Press, 2003). and Living Zen: A Practical Guide to a Balanced Existence (Rockridge Press, 2020). He is not an authorized Zen teacher and makes no special claims to knowledge or authority. You can visit his author page at sethzuihosegall.com. He can be contacted at: editor@existentialbuddhist.com