The Mindful and Effective Employee presents a powerful three-session acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) program for reducing workplace stress and increasing employee effectiveness. Psychologists can use this program to conduct employee training in workplace settings.
About the Authors:
Paul E. Flaxman, PhD, is senior lecturer in psychology at City University London. He specializes in adapting acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help improve employees' mental health and performance. Evaluations of Paul's ACT interventions have been published in numerous scientific papers and books, and he has been invited to present his research at conferences around the globe. Flaxman has led two major projects focused on delivering ACT and other mindfulness-based interventions in public sector programs across the United Kingdom.
Frank W. Bond, PhD, is senior lecturer in the department of psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London. His research and practice center around occupational health psychology and how work redesign and cognitive behavior therapies can improve workers' psychological health and productivity. He also maintains a private practice in cognitive behavior therapy.
Fredrik Livheim, MS, is a licensed clinical psychologist at FORUM, a research center for psychosocial health at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden.