Jennifer C. Plumb, MA, is an advanced clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Nevada, Reno, working with Steven Hayes, PhD She has practiced ACT since 2004, working primarily with patients who have anxiety, depression, and interpersonal relationship difficulties. Her primary interest is psychotherapy process and outcome research with a specific focus on applying values to clinical work from a clinical behavior analysis, relational frame theory, and ACT perspective.
Books by Jennifer Plumb-Vilardaga
The Art and Science of Valuing in Psychotherapy
JoAnne Dahl, Jennifer Plumb-Vilardaga, Ian Stewart and Tobias Lundgren
Valuing is central to acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), yet few therapists truly understand how to engage clients in this complex process. Questions such as What is the purpose of my life?... Read More