About this product Product Information If you practice acceptance and commitment therapy ACT , then you know how important metaphors and exercises are in treatment sessions. Metaphors help clients connect with their values and overcome personal obstacles in order to make a real, conscious commitment to change. If you're looking for fresh, new exercises and metaphors to add to your therapy toolbox, this resource is for you.
In this book, two ACT researchers and practitioners provide a comprehensive overview of the six core ACT processes, as well as tons of new metaphors and experiential exercises to help promote opening up, being present, and taking action.
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You'll also find scripts tailored to different client populations and exercises that address unique problems that often arise in therapy sessions. Whether you are treating a client with anxiety, depression, trauma, or any other symptoms or struggles, this book will provide you with the tools needed to improve lives, one exercise at a time. Book jacket. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. ACT has burst upon the psychotherapy scene with creativity, a deep sense of excitement, and, most importantly, strong empirical support. With its premise that human suffering is an unfortunate byproduct of our everyday language and conceptions, metaphors become a more important tool in this therapeutic approach than most others.
Now, Jill A.
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If you are looking for new, distinctive, and effective ways to deepen your clients' understanding of ACT, your quest is at an end. Stoddard and Afari have pulled together a wonderful compendium of rich and effective metaphors that, when delivered in therapy, will create an engaging and meaningful experience.
The wealth and variety of stories and exercises will meet the needs of many a client. I know I will return to this book again and again, and like few others on my shelf, it will be dog-eared, coffee-stained, and well-worn--thanks for putting together this terrific collection!
Walser, PhD , associate director of dissemination and training at the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, assistant clinical professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and director of TLConsultation Services, "As the interest in ACT has grown internationally, there has been a burgeoning desire to find new and individually relevant metaphors and exercises to use across a variety of settings and clinical populations. This book will certainly satisfy that appetite for those looking for new ways to best connect with their clients.
But more importantly, this book will inspire readers to recognize what has been true all along: that the metaphors and exercises that will be most useful are those that draw upon clients' own experiences. By bringing this compendium together, the authors will inspire clinicians around the world to be more creative in their practice. Show More Show Less. Any Condition Any Condition.
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In this breakthrough book, two ACT researchers provide an essential A-Z resource guide that includes tons of new metaphors and experiential exercises to help promote client acceptance, defusion from troubling thoughts, and values-based action. The book also includes scripts tailored to different client populations, and special metaphors and exercises that address unique problems that may sometimes arise in your therapy sessions.
Several ACT texts and workbooks have been published for the treatment of a variety of psychological problems. However, no one resource exists where you can find an exhaustive list of metaphors and experiential exercises geared toward the six core elements of ACT. Whether you are treating a client with anxiety, depression, trauma, or an eating disorder, this book will provide you with the skills needed to improve lives, one exercise at a time.
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Sort order. Jul 24, Jeremy rated it liked it Shelves: act , work. In addition, elements such as topographical similarities that can help the client perceive the connections between his personal situation and the metaphor should be considered when building the metaphor. Simply observing the thought gives you the space to make a different choice.
Aug 17, Cliff rated it liked it. Even though I only give this a "Three stars" it is still worth having if you are serious about using ACT in coaching, counseling, parenting, or any other area where you need to dynamically interact with others to build the six core ACT skills.
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I think that once we get the hang of ACT metaphors, we can come up with our own, or when working with other people hear their language and find metaphors that are likely to work for them. A metaphor that is powerful to me is weak to someone else.
Some of t Even though I only give this a "Three stars" it is still worth having if you are serious about using ACT in coaching, counseling, parenting, or any other area where you need to dynamically interact with others to build the six core ACT skills. Some of the classic ACT metaphors The bus, the chessboard, etc. Aug 10, Debra Roberts rated it it was amazing.
Very good book for getting to grips with the concept of ACT. Melinda Brecht rated it liked it Jun 11, Leann rated it it was amazing Sep 22, Nick Lascelles rated it really liked it Jan 24, Aug rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Nancy rated it it was amazing Mar 04, Kendall rated it it was ok Jul 13, Michael Shawn rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Krissy rated it it was amazing Oct 15, Matt Neputin rated it it was amazing Feb 15,