I am not familiar enough with the two (MBSR/MBCT) modalities to be able to say what differences there are between them (I doubt there are going to be many) although am interested to know of any yourself or anyone else may notice. I am interested in these for educational reasons (not doing the courses but interested in getting my partner and child engaged with something of this nature). And although I have not took a course I have read the Book mentioned and linked to later very recently, and other self-guided secular mindfulness programs in the past. Personally I don't see anything different in the meditation instruction from what I have been instructed to do on retreats, except the inclusion of mindful eating as a "guided" meditation.
there are free online course herehttp://jayuhdinger.com/blog/success-doe ... happiness/http://palousemindfulness.com/selfguidedMBSR.html
and a outline of the MBCT curriculum here http://oxfordmindfulness.org/wp-content ... iption.pdf
Looking at a couple of the links for the raisin and chocolate meditations I don't see the pleasure specifically mentioned so I was either mistaken or it was mentioned in "" Book I have just given away so can not check unfortunately. However I am about to start reading "mindfulness for health" which has a coffee meditation (it can be any drink) that asks readers to pay attention to the taste, smell...
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There is developments in Compassion Training using mindfulness and a good e-book for info is I have only read the last section on the different 'programs' properly but it is interesting.
Regarding RET... I am focused on cognitive bias/distortions and getting myself familiar with Cognitive Bias Modification research and their focus on attentional and interpretation bias in order to help alleviate my own bias' and distortions.