Values in Therapy
Jenna LeJeune, Jason B. Luoma
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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Psychologie
Values in Practice is powerful and practical guide for any therapist—chock-full of insight and tools to conceptualize, integrate, and effectively apply values work in-session.
With an emphasis on cultivating meaning and vitality in client lives, the values component of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is what draws many clinicians to the treatment model. Yet, until now, there have been no practical guides available on values-based practice written from an ACT perspective. And while values work may appear deceptively simple, it's often difficult to effectively carry out in practice. That's where this comprehensive guide comes in.
Values in Practice emphasizes the facilitation of specific qualities inherent in effective values conversations, such as vitality, choice, present-focused awareness, and willing vulnerability. This book will help you move away from basic techniques and exercises and toward the nuance and skills you need to do effective values work. You'll also learn how to use these tools, with detailed scripts for in-session exercises, handouts for clients, homework ideas, assessment and tracking tools, case examples, practical vignettes, and more.
Whether you're an ACT clinician, or simply looking to incorporate values-based work into your treatment, this essential guide provides everything you need to help clients connect with what really matters to them, so they can live full and meaningful lives.
Values, hexaflex, ABA, meaning, psychology, values clarification, ACT, self as context, Steve Hayes, ABAI, relational frame theory, purpose, RFT, Mastering ACT Series, committed action, psychotherapy, cognitive defusion, logotherapy, applied behavioral analysis, therapy, contextual behavioral therapy, counseling, Context Press, Victor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, acceptance and commitment therapy