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

作者: Michael Edwin Bernard
出版商: 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  再讀一些...
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類型/形式: Electronic books
其他的實體格式: Print version:
Strength of self-acceptance.
[S.l.] : Springer, 2013
(OCoLC)825754622
資料類型: 文獻, 網際網路資源
文件類型: 網路資源, 電腦資料
所有的作者/貢獻者: Michael Edwin Bernard
ISBN: 9781461468066 146146806X
OCLC系統控制編碼: 841813065
描述: 1 online resource (xix, 288 pages)
内容: 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.
責任: 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  再讀一些...

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