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Justanothergrad

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    Hi

    I remember a few months back we started talking about good books about intervention/theories and someone posted a newly published book with chapters by major theorists (e.g., ACT was written by Hayes, etc). The book seemed to put a greater emphasis on flexible approaches rather than the more mechanistic EST protocol approach. I thought I wrote down the book to review it for a course I'm teaching but I can't find it.

    Ring any bells?
     

    Fan_of_Meehl

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    Hi

    I remember a few months back we started talking about good books about intervention/theories and someone posted a newly published book with chapters by major theorists (e.g., ACT was written by Hayes, etc). The book seemed to put a greater emphasis on flexible approaches rather than the more mechanistic EST protocol approach. I thought I wrote down the book to review it for a course I'm teaching but I can't find it.

    Ring any bells?
    Process-Based CBT?
     
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    MamaPhD

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    The process-based CBT book edited by Hayes and Hoffman (I think?) is excellent.
     
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