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Mindfulness for Two: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to Mindfulness in Psychotherapy par [Wilson, Kelly G.]
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You can spend years in graduate school, internship, and clinical practice. You can learn to skillfully conceptualize cases and structure interventions for your clients. You can have every skill and advantage as a therapist, but if you want to make the most of every session, both you and your client need to show up in the therapy room. Really show up. And this kind of mindful presence can be a lot harder than it sounds.

Mindfulness for Two is a practical and theoretical guide to the role mindfulness plays in psychotherapy, specifically acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). In the book, author Kelly Wilson carefully defines mindfulness from an ACT perspective and explores its relationship to the six ACT processes and to the therapeutic relationship itself. With unprecedented clarity, he explains the principles that anchor the ACT model to basic behavioral science. The latter half of the book is a practical guide to observing and fostering mindfulness in your clients and in yourself-good advice you can put to use in your practice right away. Wilson, coauthor of the seminal Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, guides you through this sometimes-challenging material with the clarity, humor, and warmth for which he is known around the world. More than any other resource available, Mindfulness for Two gets at the heart of Wilson's unique brand of experiential ACT training.

The book includes a DVD-ROM with more than six hours of sample therapy sessions with a variety of therapists on QuickTime video, DRM-free audio tracks of Wilson leading guided mindfulness exercises, and more. To find out more, please visit www.mindfulnessfortwo.com.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1145 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : New Harbinger Publications; Édition : 1 Har/Dvdr (1 juillet 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005OERTV0
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Great book that every practitioner should read !
It transforms the relationship to one self and to the patients.
A must have and a must read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Accessible, invaluable resource for expanding mindful contact with clients 26 juillet 2013
Par Mitch Abblett, Ph.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Kelly Wilson's MF2 is a unique and extremely valuable addition to every psychotherapist's library. Even if you're not a "mindfulness" or ACT clinician, you can benefit from this book. The narrative is very accessible and the discussion and exercises are immediately applicable to one's work with clients. The best thing about this book is that it grounds you on the here and now of the therapy relationship and helps you slow down and truly connect with the client's experience. Most of us as clinicians tend to rush at times toward leveraging change and in the process miss the client's needs and wants. I think Wilson's book is extremely helpful for newer therapists in terms of learning how to develop timing in one's interventions. The more you're engaging the client with mindful awareness of the relationship in the therapy room, the more you will know the "whens" of the work. I really appreciate books like this -- grounded in science and yet engaging and realistic in terms of the rubber meeting the road in treatment.

Mitch Abblett, Ph.D. -- Author of The Heat of the Moment in Treatment: Mindful Management of Difficult Clients (Norton Professional Books)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book sets a new standard in an essential emergent field in psychology 15 octobre 2010
Par Dennis Tirch PhD - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dr. Wilson has accomplished something of historical importance with this book. That may sound hyperbolic, but it isn't. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy has emerged as a model of change processes in psychotherapy, a conception of human well-being, and as an evidence-based therapy in recent years. The roots of ACT are deep in the behavioral tradition, as well as in the ancient practice of cultivating mindful awareness. "Mindfulness For Two" is the first ACT textbook to fully explain and illustrate how mindfulness, acceptance, and other essential ACT processes can be brought to life in the consultation room by both therapist and client. This book is mandatory reading for all of the students and therapists I supervise, whether they are practicing ACT or other variations of CBT. The video examples and plain language, warm and engaged style brings ACT processes and mindful therapist micro-skills to life in a way rarely seen. The book is truly of historical importance and is destined to be a classic. Whether that sounds like hyperbole or not, if I were a betting man, I'd place my money on this book being around for a very long time as a central text in the ACT tradition.

Dennis Tirch PhD
Associate Director
American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor
Weill Cornell Medical College
Fellow
Academy of Cognitive Therapy
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An essential, experiential and transcendent set of tools for clinicians 26 novembre 2010
Par Patricka Jai - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book in an invaluable resource for clinicians who want to humanize and revitalize their practice of psychotherapy, grounded in the understanding and acceptance of human suffering as a normal part of our existence, and of the often limiting and dysfunctional consequences of our attempts to escape or deny this reality. At the same time, it seeks to promote and facilitate, in our clients and ourselves, a presence, awareness and commitment to living more enriching, flexible and vital lives, in accordance with what really matters to each. It presents a very useful and easy to understand introduction and review of the theoretical and scientific foundations, principles and strategies of contextual behaviorism, and more specifically Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Thus presenting an alternative paradigm for understanding, describing and influencing behavior in a wide range of clinical issues, which focuses more on promoting flexible and functional adjustment, as opposed to pathologizing and symptom reduction. All this is done with practical examples and exercises, and a style of writing that give you the feeling that Kelly Wilson is almost literally walking you by the hand through the journey of becoming more mindful of your work, yourself, and the human beings that come to you for guidance.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautifully written, immediate and practical applications 28 octobre 2011
Par Kate Morrissey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a deeply insightful and helpful book, and is a pleasure to read. It starts with the simple but important question: how do we really pay attention to what is happening in the therapy room as clinicians? The book combines a practical how-to with soul-searching questions that occasionally moved me to tears. This book is quite different and more personal than other therapy books I've read, and in spite of having read and appreciated many ACT books I found this one to be particularly perspective-changing as it addresses so directly the role of flexibility and awareness in and by the clinician. It was especially helpful in providing ideas about how to manage places both clinicians and clients get stuck in therapy.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extreme experience 13 juillet 2013
Par Joanna Wrześniowska - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Every therapist should read it, feel it and stay with it.
It changes the way of looking at everything.
I am very happy I could read this book and very happy I could meet the Author during his famous workshop and experience all of it.
I am sure my Clients will benefit from this experience. And I know my life has already changed.
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