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Think Psychology's Fourth Book!

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Responses to Frequently Asked Questions

Dawn Johnson and Richard Bennett have delivered thousands of hours of ACT trainings across a range of settings over a period of approximately ten years. During training and supervision sessions they are often asked questions about the ACT model, regarding theory, application, and the ongoing learning and development journey of budding ACT practitioners.

In this book they have selected the 50 questions that they are most frequently asked in the hope that gathering them together in one clear and accessible volume will provide a helpful resource for anyone looking develop their knowledge and skills as an ACT practitioner.

This book is suitable for anyone working in a helping professional capacity including psychotherapists, clinical, health, counselling, sport, and occupational psychologists, counsellors, psychiatrists, coaches, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, clinically-oriented social workers, as well astrainees in these disciplines. It will be best suited to people who have had some prior exposure to ACT, whether through training or self-directed learning.

Here's what some of the reviewers had to say about the book:

A superb text. Entertaining, informative, well-written, easy-to-read, and highly relevant for every ACT practitioner.

Russ Harris, M.D., Author of ACT Made Simple and The Happiness Trap

What a great read. You’ll find answers to all your commonly asked questions answered instantly and be entertained in the process.

Louise Hayes, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, and co-author Get Out of Your Mind and into your Life for Teens, Your Life Your Way, The Thriving Adolescent, and What Makes You Stronger

This is a supremely practical book. It should be on the bookshelf of any new ACT practitioner, and anyone who teaches or supervises them.

Ray Owen, DClinPsy, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, and author of Facing the Storm and Living with the Enemy

This book is a true gem. It is well written, wisely organised, easy-to-read, and very practical too. This book is a must-have for every practitioner wanting to develop their skills in ACT. 

Rikke Kjelgaard, Psychologist, Peer-reviewed ACT Trainer, and author of Samtal som förändrar: en Guide till ACT i Praktiken


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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Responses to Frequently Asked Questions


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