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Author Sandoz, Emily K., author.
Title Acceptance and commitment therapy for eating disorders : a process-focused guide to treating anorexia and bulimia / Emily K. Sandoz, Kelly G. Wilson, Troy DuFrene.
Publication Info Oakland, Calif. : New Harbinger Publications, Inc., c2010.



Descript xv, 293 p. : ill.
Contents Introduction : new perspectives on the treatment of disordered eating -- What is ACT? -- What are eating disorders? -- Where do eating disorders come from and how do they work? -- The goals and targets of ACT for eating disorders -- Training present-moment focus -- Training cognitive defusion -- Training experiential acceptance -- Training transcendent self-awareness -- Training valued living -- Training committed action -- Measuring and making change -- Phase 1 : choosing direction -- Phase 2 : building flexibility in the therapy session -- Phase 3 : bringing flexibility to bear in your life -- Conclusion : what now? Integration and reconceptualization.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781608822348
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Author Sandoz, Emily K., author.
Subject Eating disorders -- Treatment.
Anorexia nervosa -- Treatment.
Bulimia -- Treatment.
Acceptance and commitment therapy.
Alt author Wilson, Kelly G., author.
DuFrene, Troy, 1972- author.
Descript xv, 293 p. : ill.
Contents Introduction : new perspectives on the treatment of disordered eating -- What is ACT? -- What are eating disorders? -- Where do eating disorders come from and how do they work? -- The goals and targets of ACT for eating disorders -- Training present-moment focus -- Training cognitive defusion -- Training experiential acceptance -- Training transcendent self-awareness -- Training valued living -- Training committed action -- Measuring and making change -- Phase 1 : choosing direction -- Phase 2 : building flexibility in the therapy session -- Phase 3 : bringing flexibility to bear in your life -- Conclusion : what now? Integration and reconceptualization.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781608822348
Author Sandoz, Emily K., author.
Subject Eating disorders -- Treatment.
Anorexia nervosa -- Treatment.
Bulimia -- Treatment.
Acceptance and commitment therapy.
Alt author Wilson, Kelly G., author.
DuFrene, Troy, 1972- author.

Subject Eating disorders -- Treatment.
Anorexia nervosa -- Treatment.
Bulimia -- Treatment.
Acceptance and commitment therapy.
Descript xv, 293 p. : ill.
Contents Introduction : new perspectives on the treatment of disordered eating -- What is ACT? -- What are eating disorders? -- Where do eating disorders come from and how do they work? -- The goals and targets of ACT for eating disorders -- Training present-moment focus -- Training cognitive defusion -- Training experiential acceptance -- Training transcendent self-awareness -- Training valued living -- Training committed action -- Measuring and making change -- Phase 1 : choosing direction -- Phase 2 : building flexibility in the therapy session -- Phase 3 : bringing flexibility to bear in your life -- Conclusion : what now? Integration and reconceptualization.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Wilson, Kelly G., author.
DuFrene, Troy, 1972- author.
ISBN 9781608822348

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