Acceptance & Commitment Therapy: AnOverview of Techniques and Applications

@inproceedings{Larmar2014AcceptanceC,
  title={Acceptance & Commitment Therapy: AnOverview of Techniques and Applications},
  author={Stephen Anthony Larmar and Stanislaw Wiatrowski and Stephen Lewis-Driver},
  year={2014}
}
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) has emerged over the last twenty years within the context of the Third Wave of Cognitive Therapies, and has been utilised with reported success in a range of therapeutic and mental health settings. Social and self-stigma related to seeking assistance for mental health and other concerns has been shown to reduce client engagement with therapeutic support. Numerous studies have been undertaken that support ACT as an empirically validated framework for… CONTINUE READING

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