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Strength of self-acceptance : theory, practice, and research

Autor: Michael Edwin Bernard
Editorial: New York, N.Y. : Springer, ©2013.
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The rationale for this book is the exploration of how different theories (e.g., humanistic, cognitive-behavioral), theologies (e.g., Christianity, Buddhism) and therapies (e.g., REBT, CBT, ACT) view self-acceptance as a catalyst for the alleviation of emotional misery as well as an energizer supporting growth towards happiness and fulfillment. An additional rationale for this book is the desire to see  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Electronic books
Formato físico adicional: Print version:
Strength of self-acceptance.
[S.l.] : Springer, 2013
(OCoLC)825754622
Tipo de material: Documento, Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Recurso en Internet, Archivo de computadora
Todos autores / colaboradores: Michael Edwin Bernard
ISBN: 9781461468066 146146806X
Número OCLC: 841813065
Descripción: 1 online resource (xix, 288 pages)
Contenido: Part I Theory and Research. Humanistic Psychology and Self-Acceptance / Louis Hoffman, Abraham J. Lopez, Michael Moats --
Self-Acceptance in Buddhism and Psychotherapy / Daniel David, Steven Jay Lynn, Lama Surya Das --
Self-Acceptance and Christian Theology / Stevan Lars Nielsen, Aurora Szentagotai, Oana A. Gavita --
The Value of a Human Being / Albert Ellis --
Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance / Tami Jeffcoat, Steven C. Hayes --
Unconditional Positive Self-Regard / Tom G. Patterson, Stephen Joseph --
Unconditional Self-Acceptance and Self-Compassion / Windy Dryden --
Self-Acceptance and Happiness / Aurora Szentagotai, Daniel David --
Measuring and Characterizing Unconditional Self-Acceptance / Martha J. Falkenstein, David A.F. Haaga --
Part II Practice. Self-Acceptance in the Education and Counseling of Young People / Michael E. Bernard, Ann Vernon, Mark Terjesen, Robyn Kurasaki --
Self-Acceptance and the Parenting of Children / Oana Alexandra Gavita, Raymond DiGiuseppe, Daniel David --
Self-Acceptance and Successful Relationships / Michael S. Broder --
Self-Acceptance in Women / Monica O'Kelly --
Self-Acceptance and Chronic Illness / Jennifer A. Gregg --
Self-Acceptance and Aging: Using Self-Acceptance as a Mediator of Change in CBT with Older People / Ken Laidlaw. Part I: Theory and Research --
Humanistic Psychology and Self-Acceptance --
Self-Acceptance in Buddhism and Psychotherapy --
Self Acceptance and Christian Theology --
The Value of a Human Being --
Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance --
Unconditional Positive Self-Regard --
Unconditional Self-Acceptance and Self-Compassion --
Self-Acceptance and Happiness --
Measuring and Characterizing Unconditional Self-Acceptance --
Part II: Practice --
Self-Acceptance in the Education and Counseling of Young People --
Self-Acceptance and the Parenting of Children --
Self-Acceptance and Successful Relationships --
Self-Acceptance in Women --
Self-Acceptance and Chronic Illness --
Self-Acceptance and Aging: Using Self-Acceptance as a Mediator of Change in CBT with Older People.
Responsabilidad: Michael E. Bernard, Editor.
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This book examines links between self-acceptance and related concepts such as self-esteem, self-awareness, acceptance of others, and happiness. It combines theories of personality with practical  Leer más

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