In recent years, the demand for evidence-based practices has been growing in medicine and psychology alike, and it will be a primary factor determining whether healthcare providers come to view yoga therapy as a credible and efficacious part of endorsed—and reimbursed—treatment. It's not enough to say that yoga research shows that yoga works—we need to be able to say how it works, what it works for, for whom and when. This issue includes several reports on the Symposium on Yoga Research, 2016, the world's premier conference on yoga research. Yoga Therapy in Practice includes a stimulating piece on body countertransference, and we introduce an exciting new Professional Development feature, the Business of Yoga Therapy.
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