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ACT, The ACT Hexagon–Part I, The ACT Hexagon–Part II, Case Conceptualization: The Inflexahex Model, and Interviews with Dr. DJ Moran

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An Introduction to the Introduction to ACT, ACT is Based on Empirically-Supported Principles, ACT Aims to Increase Psychological Flexibility, The Hockey Goalie: A Metaphor for Psychological Flexibility, ACT Leverages the Influence of Mindfulness Practice, ACT Utilizes Evidence-Based Applied Behavioral Science, Introducing the ACT Hexagon, Acceptance - Part I, Acceptance - Part II, “Drop the Rope”, Defusion - Part I, Defusion - Part II, Defusion - Part III, Self-as-Context - Part I, Self-as-Context - Part II, Self-as-Context - Part III, Contact with the Present Moment - Part I, Contact with the Present Moment - Part II, Contact with the Present Moment - Part III, Values - Part I, Values - Part II, Committed Action - Part I, Committed Action - Part II, Committed Action - Part III, The ACT Question, What is Case Conceptualization?, Introduction to the Inflexahex Model, Acceptance vs. Experiential Avoidance, Defusion vs. Cognitive Fusion, Self-as-Context vs. Attachment to a Conceptualized Self, Committed Action vs. Persistent Inaction, Impulsivity, or Avoidance, Values Authorship vs. Lack of Values Clarity, Values vs. Pliance, Tracking and Augmenting, Contact with the Present Moment vs. Dominance by a the Past or the Feared Future, Reviewing the Inflexahex, Grief and Hopelessness With ACT: Listen to Dr. DJ Moran Approach a Clinical Case, and Social Anxiety With ACT: Listen to Dr. DJ Moran Approach a Clinical Case
Demystifying ACT: A Practical Guide for Therapists

Values – Part II