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Mindfulness and acceptance

Part four of a four-part series on emotion efficacy therapy 
Read part one here, part two here, and part three here.

By Matthew McKay, PhD, and Aprilia West, PsyD

Part three of a four-part series on emotion efficacy therapy 
Read part one here and part two here.

By Matthew McKay, PhD, and Aprilia West, PsyD

Part two of a four-part series on emotion efficacy therapy.

Read part one here.

By Matthew McKay, PhD, and Aprilia West, PsyD

Although teenagers may seem like they are totally absorbed in their video games, sports, or movies, they notice what’s going on around them. Teens are curious about the adult world, and are often eager to take steps toward it. During adolescence and puberty, anything related to sex is sure to catch their attention. Teens struggle with questions of identity and values and seek role models. Our culture and popular media provide endless opportunities to present issues surrounding sex, often in the form of celebrity gossip.

Part one of a four-part series on emotion efficacy therapy

By Matthew McKay, PhD, and Aprilia West, PsyD

Editor’s note: The following is an interview with John Forsyth, PhD, one of the authors of the bestselling Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety: A Guide to Breaking Free from Anxiety, Phobias, and Worry Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which has recently published in its second edition.

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