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ACT for Depression: A Clinician's Guide to Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Treating Depression by Zettle, Robert D published by New Harbinger Publications (2011)

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  • New Harbinger Publications (January 1, 2011)
  • English
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  • By David Allhusen on July 18, 2015

    Astute introduction to ACT and comprehensive application in the treatment of depression. The ACT model continues to evolve so a revised model should be necessary for future applications.

  • By Chris Lorance on September 23, 2015

    Awesome clinical resource. I use it frequently in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

  • By Dr. Russell Harris on January 19, 2008

    Folks, this is an absolute must-read for anyone who works with depression. It's accessible, easy-to-read, written with great clarity, goes through the ACT model in more depth than any previously-published ACT book, and gives excellent guidance on how to apply the model to a myriad of different clinical issues with depression. One thing I really like about it, that differentiates it from other ACT clinical guides, is that it's NOT written as a protocol (ie session 1 you do XYZ, session 2 you do ABC etc). Of course, there's nothing wrong with protocol-style books; John Forsyth and Robyn Walser have both written fantastic ones on ACT with PTSD and Anxiety Disorders. It's just that, in my opinion, the drawback to a protocol is it doesn't allow you any flexibility; there's no wiggle-room. What I like about Rob's book is it talks about classes of problems and classes of interventions, so you can put it all together to fit your client's presentation, rather than trying to get the client to fit your protocol. It's also jam-packed full of useful resources and client handouts.Cheers, Russ

  • By A. Nguyen on September 20, 2009

    Once you get through the dry theory of ACT (first few chapters), the rest of the text is very friendly, easy to read and apply, with many helpful exercises and examples to apply in clinical practice.

  • By C. Lovell on July 13, 2008

    This is a thorough and technical book, with exercises and lots of strategies for working with clients


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