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By Jenna LeJeune, PhD

“Values Card Sort, Sweet Spot, Bull’s-Eye. I know them all. But my values work still seems to...

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By Steven C. Hayes, PhD

Part six of a six-part series on ACT processes

A normal problem-solving mode of mind...

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By Steven C. Hayes, PhD

Part five of a six-part series on ACT processes

If all living creatures in the unive...

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By Steven C. Hayes, PhD

Part four of a six-part series on ACT processes

We are not who we say we are—snippet...

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Part one of a six-part series on ACT processes

By Steven C. Hayes, PhD

Cognitive fusion is the mind’s defaul...

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Part three of a six-part series on ACT processes

By Steven C. Hayes, PhD

Like all other creatures, humans li...

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By Alicia del Prado, PhD

Broaching microaggressions that occur in therapy tends to be challenging. As the therapist...

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By Sheela Raja, PhD

When clients have lived through traumatic situations like sexual assault, interpersonal or comm...

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By Russ Harris

From time to time, we all have clients who behave “problematically” during the session—for example,...

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