By Georg H. Eifert PhD, John P. Forsyth PhD, Steven C. Hayes PhD
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Extra info for Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and...
We describe relevant concepts, principles, and techniques in an easy-to-understand language so that therapists may make use of this information in their daily practice with clients who present with anxiety disorders. Part 3 of the book describes the application of ACT principles and techniques to the treatment of the major anxiety disorders. In this section you will find session-by-session guidelines on how to conduct acceptance-based behavior therapy. You will see that we present a unified approach to the treatment of anxiety problems, emphasizing emotional acceptance, experiential mindfulness, and actions that are consistent with what clients value and wish their lives to stand for.
5. Behavioral assessment. I. Forsyth, John P. II. Title. 85’2206—dc22 2005010587 Contents Acknowledgments and Preface Foreword Part I: Understanding Anxiety Disorders Chapter 1: What Is ACT? Chapter 2: Overview of Anxiety Disorders Chapter 3: Cognitive Behavioral Views and Treatments of Anxiety Disorders Part II: How ACT Reframes the Anxiety Dimension Chapter 4: Controlling Anxiety Is the Problem, Not a Solution Chapter 5: Balancing Acceptance and Change Part III: ACT Treatment of Anxiety Chapter 6: Core Treatment Components and Therapist Skills Chapter 7: Psychoeducation and Treatment Orientation Chapter 8: Creating an Acceptance Context for Treatment Chapter 9: Acceptance and Valued Living as Alternatives to Managing Anxiety Chapter 10: Creating Flexible Patterns of Behavior Through Value-Guided Exposure Chapter 11: Staying Committed to Valued Directions and Action Chapter 12: Practical Challenges and Future Directions Appendix A: Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (AAQ-Rev-19) Appendix B: White Bear Suppression Inventory Appendix C: Mindfulness Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS) Appendix D: Web Sites and Other Resources References Acknowledgments and Preface Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a new and rapidly evolving third-wave behavior therapy.
Broadening and deepening the targets of clinical interventions to cognition solved one of the weaknesses of early behavior therapy, but at a large cost: a defining characteristic of behavior therapy (its link to basic psychology) was weakened or even abandoned. Other clinical traditions followed suit as they entered the empirical clinical camp, and empirical clinical psychology came to mean little more than the collection of controlled outcome data. The other strengths and weaknesses of the behavior therapy movement remained.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and... by Georg H. Eifert PhD, John P. Forsyth PhD, Steven C. Hayes PhD