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Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder & Trauma-Related Problems : A Practitioner's Guide to Using Mindfulness & Acceptance Strategies (Hardcover)

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is changing the practice of psychotherapy for the better, offering a treatment model that promises great effectiveness for a staggeringly wide range of psychological problems. This book, written by two noted experts in the treatment of both acute trauma and post-traumatic stress conditions. The book's first section gives an overview of trauma and the nature of experiential avoidance--a central problem according to the ACT model. The book explains and defines the nature of experiential avoidance, the costs of nonacceptance, experiential avoidance and PTSD, and ACT alternatives to avoidance problems. The book's second section offers practical, step-by-step clinical advice that therapists can quickly and easily integrate into their practices.

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Publisher New Harbinger Pubns Inc
Mfg Part# 9781572244726
SKU 202951715
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 1572244720
Release Date 6/1/2007
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