Acceptance and commitment theory : An essential practitioner's guide to understand, learn, and practice / Mila von Leiem. [print]

By: Von Leiem, Mila [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Unknown] : Independently published, (c)2021Description: 239 pages : 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9798704831617Subject(s): Psychiatry Mental HealthGenre/Form: Mental Health. LOC classification: RC512.L454.A234 2021
Contents:
Introduction ACT and You : -- Core Principles -- ACT in Mindfulness and Psychology -- Exercise: The Mind Bully ;
Thoughts aren't Fact : -- Neurons can Explain the Way We Think -- Scientists can see Thoughts as they Form Inside the Brain -- Exercise: Stop Thinking about Thoughts -- Exercise: Going from Cognitive Fusion to Defusion -- Finding Shades of Grey ;
Awareness : -- Stop Thinking or Unselfconsciousness -- Quit Worrying about the Future of Savoring -- Inhabit the Patience or Breathe -- To get the Most Out of Your Time, Lost it, or Flow -- If Things Bother You, Move to it instead of Away, or Acceptance -- Understanding that You Don't Know -- Stop Doing Things Just Sit There ;
Self-Conceptualization : -- I Don't Care What Other People Think of Me -- Self-Image -- Self-Esteem -- Ideal Self -- Exercise: Who Am I? -- Exercise: Stop and Think ;
Mindfulness : -- Understanding Mindfulness -- Mindfulness Practices -- Benefits of Mindfulness -- Some Facts about Being Mindful -- It Isn't Just in Your Head -- How to Sit Correctly When Meditating -- Finding Ways to Practice Mindfulness in Your Daily Life -- Stop Driving Yourself Crazy or Mindful Driving ;
Willingness : -- Holding the Cactus Gently -- Willingness and Acceptance -- Five Things You Need About Acceptance -- Practicing Willingness ;
Values : -- How Values Help You ;
What are your Values? -- Exercise: Explore Values -- Exercise: The Mentor Method -- Exercise: The Discovery Method -- Are You Living Those Values? -- Using Your Goals -- Exercises: Values and Problems -- Exercises: Values Worksheet ;
Commit to Doing : -- Exercise: Creating Goals -- Why do We Need Committed Action -- Exercise: Commitment, Obstacles, and Strategies -- Exercise: Experiencing Willingness and Commitment.
Summary: Many people suffer for their feelings and thoughts, they fighting them and try to push them away, which is a behavior that worsens the situation. While your mind is hazy for this kind of intrusive thoughts, is so difficult to become estranged and focused on the present moment. This type of negative escalation can have an exaggerated influence on your life. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a proven-effective treatment for numerous mental health issues like depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, and addiction; and is a scientifically based psychotherapy meant to help people embrace their feelings and thoughts instead of struggling with them or feeling guilty for having them. The only thing that happens when you try to run away from your problems is that you get further away from the solution. The best thing you can do is to solve the problem. ~ AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Acceptance-Commitment-Therapy-Practitioners-Understand/dp/B08W3H4LPH/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9798704831617&qid=1630342905&sr=8-1&asin=B08W3H4LPH&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1
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Introduction ACT and You : -- Core Principles -- ACT in Mindfulness and Psychology -- Exercise: The Mind Bully ;

Thoughts aren't Fact : -- Neurons can Explain the Way We Think -- Scientists can see Thoughts as they Form Inside the Brain -- Exercise: Stop Thinking about Thoughts -- Exercise: Going from Cognitive Fusion to Defusion -- Finding Shades of Grey ;

Awareness : -- Stop Thinking or Unselfconsciousness -- Quit Worrying about the Future of Savoring -- Inhabit the Patience or Breathe -- To get the Most Out of Your Time, Lost it, or Flow -- If Things Bother You, Move to it instead of Away, or Acceptance -- Understanding that You Don't Know -- Stop Doing Things Just Sit There ;

Self-Conceptualization : -- I Don't Care What Other People Think of Me -- Self-Image -- Self-Esteem -- Ideal Self -- Exercise: Who Am I? -- Exercise: Stop and Think ;

Mindfulness : -- Understanding Mindfulness -- Mindfulness Practices -- Benefits of Mindfulness -- Some Facts about Being Mindful -- It Isn't Just in Your Head -- How to Sit Correctly When Meditating -- Finding Ways to Practice Mindfulness in Your Daily Life -- Stop Driving Yourself Crazy or Mindful Driving ;

Willingness : -- Holding the Cactus Gently -- Willingness and Acceptance -- Five Things You Need About Acceptance -- Practicing Willingness ;

Values : -- How Values Help You ;

What are your Values? -- Exercise: Explore Values -- Exercise: The Mentor Method -- Exercise: The Discovery Method -- Are You Living Those Values? -- Using Your Goals -- Exercises: Values and Problems -- Exercises: Values Worksheet ;

Commit to Doing : -- Exercise: Creating Goals -- Why do We Need Committed Action -- Exercise: Commitment, Obstacles, and Strategies -- Exercise: Experiencing Willingness and Commitment.

Many people suffer for their feelings and thoughts, they fighting them and try to push them away, which is a behavior that worsens the situation. While your mind is hazy for this kind of intrusive thoughts, is so difficult to become estranged and focused on the present moment. This type of negative escalation can have an exaggerated influence on your life.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a proven-effective treatment for numerous mental health issues like depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, and addiction; and is a scientifically based psychotherapy meant to help people embrace their feelings and thoughts instead of struggling with them or feeling guilty for having them. The only thing that happens when you try to run away from your problems is that you get further away from the solution. The best thing you can do is to solve the problem. ~ AMAZON -- Link to source of summary:

https://www.amazon.com/Acceptance-Commitment-Therapy-Practitioners-Understand/dp/B08W3H4LPH/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9798704831617&qid=1630342905&sr=8-1&asin=B08W3H4LPH&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1

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