Written by the foremost researchers in the application of ACT in the Workplace:, Paul Flaxman, Fredrik Livheim and Frank Bond have manualised their approach, based on their years of practice and research in the UK and Sweden; I know I will refer to this book time and time again, as it's eminently practical as well as a convenient summary of the evidence to date. The book is also supported by a website that has free resources such as the handouts used in their courses. A real gift to the field.
An MIT-trained molecular biologist, Dr. Kabat-Zinn is the founding Executive Director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
This is one of the core messages of the latest of many “self-help” books I have read: The Confidence Gap, by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy proponent Dr Russ Harris. Harris has a fantastic style. He writes a chapter that ...
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