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If you use any technique that involves helping clients untangle themselves from the stories they tell about their lives an...

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color brain

What does the word defusion mean? According to John Blackledge, PhD, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) researcher an...

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lighthouse

The biggest predictor for delinquent behavior, other than prior delinquent behavior, is association with delinquent peers....

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buddha head

Editor's note: The following was adapted from The ACT Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Compassion, by Dennis Tirch,...

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The concept of changing behavior by changing the environment around a youth is sometimes met with skepticism. However, a c...

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flower

Editor's note: The following was adapted from The ACT Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Compassion, by Dennis Tirch,...

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When it comes to curbing delinquent behavior in teenagers, a label or diagnosis does not really matter; it is not what wil...

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yellow tulips

Editor's note: The following was adapted from The ACT Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Compassion, by Dennis Tirch,...

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meditation in grass

Editor’s Note: The following is a Q&A with Karen Bluth, PhD, a mindfulness teacher, researcher, and one of the lead au...

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