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Acceptance and commitment coaching : distinctive features

Author: Jon Hill; Joe Oliver
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, [2019]
Series: Coaching distinctive features
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"Jon Hill and Joe Oliver introduce the Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (ACC) model with clarity and accessibility, defining it as an approach that incorporates mindfulness and acceptance, focusing on committed, values-based actions to help coaching clients make meaningful changes to their lives"--
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Hill, Jon, 1977-
Acceptance and commitment coaching.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2019]
(DLC) 2018039386
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Hill; Joe Oliver
ISBN: 9781315122724 1315122723 9781351346177 1351346172 9781351346160 1351346164 9781351346153 1351346156
OCLC Number: 1065544207
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Contents: <P>Introduction</P><P>Acknowledgements </P><B><P>Part 1: The Distinctive Theoretical Features of ACC</P><OL></B><P><LI>The World According to ACC</LI><P></P><P><LI>Why Acceptance and Commitment Coaching</LI><P></P><P><LI>Relational Frame Theory (RFT) for Dummies</LI><P></P><P><LI>ACT Coaching Research --
The Evidence</LI><P></P><P><LI>Philosophy 101 for Coaches --
Functional Contextualism</LI><P></P><P><LI>Defusion</LI><P></P><P><LI>Acceptance</LI><P></P><P><LI>Contact with Present Moment</LI><P></P><P><LI>Self as Context</LI><P></P><P><LI>Values</LI><P></P><P><LI>Committed Action</LI><P></P><P></P><B><P>Part 2: The Distinctive Practical Features of ACC</P></B><P><LI>What we Talk About When We Talk About ACC</LI><P></P><P><LI>Assessment</LI><P></P><P><LI>The Matrix</LI><P></P><P><LI>Formulation</LI><P></P><P><LI>The Workability Game</LI><P></P><P><LI>Use of Metaphor</LI><P></P><P><LI>Facilitating Cognitive Defusion</LI><P></P><P><LI>From Struggle to Acceptance</LI><P></P><P><LI>Be Here Now --
Helping Coachees Contact the Present Moment</LI><P></P><P><LI>Introducing Self as Context</LI><P></P><P><LI>What Really Matters --
Success Through Values</LI><P></P><P><LI>Helping Coachees Take Committed Action</LI><P></P><P><LI>Persistence and the Power of Habit</LI><P></P><P><LI>Mindfulness on the Move</LI><P></P><P><LI>Working With High Performers</LI><P></P><P><LI>Managing Tricky or Unexpected Moments</LI><P></P><P><LI>Six Mistakes We Have Made (And What We Learned)</LI><P></P><P><LI>A Simple Six-Session ACC Coaching Model</LI><P></P><P><LI>ACC for Group Coaching, Training and Development</LI><P></P></OL><P></P><P>References</P><P>Index</P><B><P></P><P> </P></B> The world according to ACC --
Why acceptance and commitment coaching? --
Relational frame theory (RFT) for dummies --
ACT coaching research : the evidence --
Philosophy 101 for coaches : functional contextualism --
Defusion --
Acceptance --
Contact with present moment --
Self as context --
Values --
Committed action --
What we talk about when we talk about ACC --
Assessment --
The matrix --
Formulation --
The workability game --
Use of metaphor --
Facilitating cognitive defusion --
From struggle to acceptance --
Be here now : helping coachees contact the present moment --
Introducing self as context --
What really matters : success through values --
Helping coachees take committed action --
Persistence and the power of habit --
Mindfulness on the move --
Working with high performers --
Managing tricky or unexpected moments --
Six mistakes we have made (and what we learned) --
A simple six-session acc coaching model --
ACC for group coaching, training and development.
Series Title: Coaching distinctive features
Responsibility: Jon Hill and Joe Oliver.

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Introduction

Acknowledgements

Part 1: The Distinctive Theoretical Features of ACC

  1. The World According to ACC
  2. Why Acceptance and Commitment Coaching
  3. Relational Frame Theory (RFT) for Dummies
  4. ACT Coaching Research -- The Evidence
  5. Philosophy 101 for Coaches -- Functional Contextualism
  6. Defusion
  7. Acceptance
  8. Contact with Present Moment
  9. Self as Context
  10. Values
  11. Committed Action
  12. Part 2: The Distinctive Practical Features of ACC

  13. What we Talk About When We Talk About ACC
  14. Assessment
  15. The Matrix
  16. Formulation
  17. The Workability Game
  18. Use of Metaphor
  19. Facilitating Cognitive Defusion
  20. From Struggle to Acceptance
  21. Be Here Now -- Helping Coachees Contact the Present Moment
  22. Introducing Self as Context
  23. What Really Matters -- Success Through Values
  24. Helping Coachees Take Committed Action
  25. Persistence and the Power of Habit
  26. Mindfulness on the Move
  27. Working With High Performers
  28. Managing Tricky or Unexpected Moments
  29. Six Mistakes We Have Made (And What We Learned)
  30. A Simple Six-Session ACC Coaching Model
  31. ACC for Group Coaching, Training and Development

References

Index

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