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Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy : distinctive features

Author: Rebecca Crane
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2011
Series: CBT distinctive features series
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprintedView all editions and formats
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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) helps clients to change their relationship with challenging thoughts and feelings, and accept that, even though difficult things may happen, it is possible  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rebecca Crane
ISBN: 9780415445016 0415445019 9780415445023 0415445027
OCLC Number: 770874287
Notes: Optryk af 1.edition 2009
Description: xxiii, 176 s. ; 20 cm
Contents: Indhold: Foreword / Mark Williams --
pt. 1. Distinctive Theoretical Features of MBCT. 1. integration of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy --
2. Underpinned by the cognitive theory of vulnerability to depression --
3. Learning skills to reduce the risk of depressive relapse --
4. significance of automatic pilot --
5. Modes of mind: "doing". 6. Doing mode in action: the effects of rumination --
7. Doing mode in action: the effects of experiential avoidance --
8. Reacting and responding to experience: avoidance and approach --
9. Modes of mind: "being". 10. Body sensations --
a door into the present --
11. Ways of approaching and welcoming what is --
12. Developing a new relationship with experience --
13. Awareness as a container of our experience --
14. Working with general and specific vulnerability --
15. MBCT evidence base --
pt. 2. Distinctive Practical Features of MBCT. 16. Course content and structure --
17. Session themes --
18. Assessment and orientation --
19. Eating a raisin with awareness --
20. Body scan practice --
21. Mindful movement practice --
22. Sitting meditation practice --
23. Three Minute Breathing Space --
24. importance of home practice --
25. Mindfulness practice in everyday life --
26. Pleasant and unpleasant experiences --
27. Cognitive behavioural curriculum elements --
28. Investigating experience --
29. MBCT learning environment --
30. Teaching through embodiment.
Series Title: CBT distinctive features series
Responsibility: Rebecca Crane

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