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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Bernard, Michael E.
The Strength of Self-Acceptance : Theory, Practice and Research
Dordrecht : Springer,c2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael E Bernard
|Notes:||Description based upon print version of record.
Modeling Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance
|Description:||1 online resource (301 p.)|
|Contents:||The Strength of Self-Acceptance; Contents; Contributors; Introduction to the Strength of Self-Acceptance: Theory, Theology and Therapy; References; Part ITheory and Research; Humanistic Psychology and Self-Acceptance; History of Self-Acceptance in Humanistic Psychology; Self-Acceptance in Humanistic Psychology; Deepening Self-Acceptance and Self-Actualization; Self-Actualization, Self-Acceptance, and Creativity; Self-Acceptance and Regard for Others; Existential and Zhi Mian Perspectives; Contrasting Views on Human Nature; The Daimonic, Self-Awareness, and Zhi Mian Self-Acceptance in Clinical PracticeHumanistic Therapy and Self-Acceptance; Existential and Zhi Mian Therapy Approaches to Self-Acceptance; Contemporary Trends; Conclusion; References; Self-Acceptance in Buddhism and Psychotherapy; About Buddhism; A Brief History; Fundamentals; About Self and Self-Acceptance in Buddhism and Western Psychology; Fundamentals; Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Approach to the "Self" and Self-acceptance; Relationship Between Buddhist and REBT's View of Unconditional Self-Acceptance; Conclusions; References; Self-Acceptance and Christian Theology ChristianityCatholicism; Protestantism; Restorationists; The Self and Self-Acceptance; The Self; Self-Acceptance; The ABC Model and ABCD Method; Belief in REBT and Christianity; Comparing Conditional and Unconditional Self-Accepting Beliefs; The Self and Self-Acceptance in Christian Theology; Christian Scripture; Christian Theology; Self-Acceptance Errors in Christian Theology; Using Christian Scripture to Challenge Conditional Self-Acceptance; Working Within the Client's Thinking; Using Client Religious Beliefs Contradictory Scripture and Disagreements About the Meaning of Scripture Summary; References; The Value of a Human Being; Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance; Brief Overview of Psychological Flexibility and Act; Accepting Self Across Components of the Model; Experiential Acceptance and Self-Acceptance; Saying "Yes" to Willingness to Feel, Think, Sense, and Remember Without Needless Defense; Self-as-Context and Self-Acceptance; Saying "Yes" to Taking Perspective from the Core Self, Distinct from Experiences I Have; Defusion and Self-Acceptance Saying "Yes" to Noticing Experiences as Distinct from What My Mind Says Contacting the Present Moment and Self-Acceptance; Saying "Yes" to Direct Experience of the Present; Values and Self-Acceptance: Saying "Yes" to Choosing Directions I Truly Value; Commitment and Self-Acceptance; Saying "Yes" to Doing What Moves My Life in Chosen Directions; Defining Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance; Psychologically Flexible Self-Acceptance in the Therapy Setting; The Therapeutic Relationship; Compassion: Acceptance with Kindness; Selves in the Therapy Room|