Contents: 1 Getting started -- 2 On the research journey -- 3 Can a ceremony include a literature review? -- 4 The elements of an Indigenous research paradigm -- 5 Relationality -- 6 Relational accountability -- 7 Articulating an Indigenous research paradigm.
Leading researchers in acceptance and commitment therapy suggest to readers struggling with anorexia that strategies to control their disorder are themselves problems. Instead, they use the techniques of acceptance and commitment therapy to teach how better to cope with out-of-control emotions and thoughts.
This book is the first to systematically describe the principles and practices of ACT as they apply to psychiatric assessment, case analysis, and treatment. Learning Acceptance and Commitment Therapy uses a diverse array of case examples and clinical dialogues to offer readers a real-life view of the methodology in practice. Each chapter also includes additional reading resources to pursue should a particular theoretical or applied clinical concept create a desire to learn more. Additionally, readers have unlimited access to an online instructional library that includes video demonstrations of core ACT clinical strategies "in action" as well as a host of written practice support tools and worksheets.
Requested / Recommended by Dr. David Cohen, psychiatrist.
Includes access to online instructional videos and guides to clinical tools. URLs provided within the text.