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Mindfulness- and Acceptance-based Behavioral Therapies in Practice
Lizabeth Roemer,Susan M. Orsillo
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ABBTs ability able acceptance action activities allow anxiety approaches assessment assignment associated attention awareness become begin behavioral breath bring challenges Chapter choices choose clients clinical cognitive commitment complete concepts concerns consider consistent context continue cultivate cultural depression described develop difficulties discussed disorder distress domains effects efforts emotions encourage engage example exercises experiencing experiential avoidance explore fear feelings focus function goal Hayes important increase individuals initial instance internal experiences involves learned lives methods mindfulness monitoring natural negative notice observe pain particularly potential practice present Press problems psychological reactions reduce relationship responses Roemer sadness sensations sense session share significant situations skills social sometimes specific strategies struggling suggest symptoms therapist therapy things thoughts thoughts and feelings tion traditional treatment understanding valued action values worry writing