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Acceptance and Change : Content and Context in Psychotherapy
Hayes, Steven C., Neil S. Jacobson, Victoria M. Follette and Michael Dougher (Eds)
Context Press - New Harbinger / Hardcover / 1994-01-01 / 1878978314
ACT - Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
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There is a new wave of applied research into contextually-oriented, acceptance-based approaches to psychotherapy. The nearly exclusive focus on direct, change-oriented techniques that characterized the first major wave of empirical investigations is changing. Acceptance-based approaches are not new, but for the first time the theoretical and methodological skills of modern empirical psychology are being applied to these issues. Researchers are doing basic analyses, developing new techniques, developing assessment methods, and writing therapy manuals. This book is the first to share these exciting developments with the field. This is the first volume to focus entirely on psychological acceptance methods from the point of view of modern empirical clinical psychology. Some of the best known authors in the field share their thoughts and approaches in this ground-breaking new volume.

Contents:
Content, Context, and the Types of Psychological Acceptance by Steven C. Hayes
The Act of Acceptance by Michael J. Dougher
Acceptance and Experiential Therapy by Leslie Greenberg
Acceptance and Change: The Central Dialectic in Psychotherapy by Marsha M. Linehan
Acceptance in Rational-Emotive Therapy by Albert Ellis & Hank Robb
Emotional Acceptance in Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy by Kelly Koerner, Neil S. Jacobson, & Andrew Christensen
Acceptance and the Therapeutic Relationship by James V. Cordova & Robert J. Kohlenberg
Acceptance and Broad Spectrum Treatment of Paraphilias by Joseph LoPiccolo
Addiction and Acceptance by G. Alan Marlatt
Acceptance in the Treatment of Alcoholism: A Comparison of Alcoholics Anonymous and Social Learning Theory by Edelgard Wulfert
Acceptance and the Family Context by Karen Griffee
Acceptance, Serenity, and Resignation in Elderly Caregivers by Suan M. McCurry & Amy Schmidt
Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Using a Contextual Analysis by Victoria M. Follettet

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