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When asked to describe their experience, people who suffer from anxiety more commonly cite a cluster of physical symptoms...

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Mindfulness in the context of psychotherapy is more than just a technique or a theoretical perspective; it is a way of bei...

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In general, praising talents can lead to two problems. First, it can make us cling to the idea of being talented. We want...

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It isn’t surprising that we’re under the illusion that we own our time. People tend to talk about the future as if it’s a...

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Evolutionary theory is based on three principles: variation, selection by consequences, and retention. Practitioners can a...

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In their book, The Thriving Adolescent: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Positive Psychology to Help Teens Mana...

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When severe violations of safety, trust, or vulnerability occur, including outright threats to survival, humans are wired...

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Mindfulness techniques are often thought of as being synonymous with present-moment-awareness interventions; however, whil...

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In ACT, every discussion has a value behind it. Sometimes what a person cares about is explicit; other times it’s hidden....

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