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DATE

2007

AUTHORS

Michael P. Twohig , Heather M. Pierson , Steven C. Hayes

ABSTRACT

ACT is an example of a third wave behavior therapy that saves direct change strategies for overt behaviors and utilizes contextual and experiential methods such as mindfulness and acceptance to address cognitive process that hinder and limit overt behavioral change. The treatment is informed by RFT and is based on the philosophical position of functional contextualism. ACT seeks to undermine the literal grip of language (relational framing) that fosters experiential avoidance, cognitive fusion, and behavioral inflexibility, through the application of six core psychological techniques: acceptance, defusion, contact with the present moment, self-as as-context, values, and commitment to behavior change. Homework can play an integral role in the application of these techniques, by supporting the in-session therapy. Homework can be especially useful because it allows the client to utilize these principles in situations that cannot be created in the therapy sessions, such as public situation for someone who struggles with anxiety. As with most therapies, ACT has its own homework assignments, but therapists often create new techniques to serve the clients needs. More... »

PAGES

113-132

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TITLE

Handbook of Homework Assignments in Psychotherapy

ISBN

978-0-387-29680-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-0-387-29681-4_8

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