Acceptance and commitment therapy: 100 key points and techniques

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Acceptance and commitment therapy: 100 key points and techniques Provides a thorough yet succinct exploration of the key elements of ACT’s philosophy, theory, and practical implementation. It explains and demonstrates a breadth of acceptance, mindfulness, and behaviour change strategies with the ultimate goal of helping people increase their psychological flexibility and wellbeing.

 

 

DR JOE OLIVER is a clinical psychologist and director for Contextual Consulting, offering ACT-focused training, supervision and therapy. He is also a program director and associate professor at University College London.

DR RICHARD BENNETT works as a clinical psychologist and cognitive behavioural psychotherapist. He holds a post as an associate professor in psychology at the University of Birmingham, where he leads the postgraduate diploma in cognitive behaviour therapy.


Overview of acceptance and commitment therapy: 100 key points and techniques

Organised into three sections, the ‘head, hands and heart’ of acceptance and commitment therapy. The book explores the fundamental aspects of ACT, progressing from the essentials of behavioural psychology to the principles of Relational frame theory (RFT) and the Psychological flexibility model. It then provides a comprehensive explanation of ACT’s practical application, equipping readers with a strong foundation to enhance their implementation of ACT-consistent interventions. The book concludes by addressing crucial decision-making processes in practice and offering guidance on optimising the therapeutic journey.  A useful reference for all types of practitioner who wish to integrate aspects of ACT into their practice.

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