By John P. Forsyth, Georg H. Eifert
This much-anticipated e-book is the 1st how-to consultant to provide an in depth and functional program of recognition and dedication treatment (ACT) to the therapy of folks being affected by any of the large category of tension problems. In a lucid and readable type, the booklet brings to existence the ACT method of assuaging human discomfort. The booklet presents transparent and versatile, session-by-session guidance for using and integrating recognition, mindfulness, and value-guided habit swap equipment right into a robust and powerful anxiousness remedy strategy. It bargains concepts that paintings to take away limitations to alter and foster significant circulation ahead. Theoretical details within the ebook is supported through targeted examples of person treatment classes, worksheets, and experiential exercisesas good as new evaluation measures that make studying and instructing those thoughts effortless and interesting.
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Indeed, from an ACT perspective, anxiety and fear become problematic when persons: + are unwilling to have anxiety and fear; + routinely act to avoid, suppress, and escape from such emotions, associated thoughts, physical sensations, and the circumstances that may occasion them; and + devote enormous effort and time to this struggle with anxiety and fear at the expense of other valued and important life activities and goals. Overview of Anxiety Disorders 29 As we show in part 3, ACT aims to break up this cycle by undermining this natural tendency to avoid and escape and increasing flexibility and willingness to experience anxiety and fear for what it is.
In many cases false alarms are not clinical problems that warrant clinical attention. What might help us understand how fear and anxiety can become disordered is to examine the much larger number of people in the general population who have panic attacks and no panic disorder. Epidemiological studies consistently place the prevalence of panic disorder in the general population at around 3 to 5 percent (Salkovskis, 1998). Several studies (for details, see Barlow, 2002) have shown that about 35 percent of presumably normal young adults had one or more panic attacks in a given year.
In fact, only 5 percent of 670 patients who had lifetime major depression or dysthymia did not have a current or past anxiety disorder. In the majority of cases of coexisting anxiety and depression, anxiety disorders preceded rather than followed the onset of mood disorders. We therefore agree with Barlow and colleagues (2004) that there is a remarkable degree of functional overlap across the anxiety disorders. We also agree that all the emerging evidence points to the overriding importance of common factors in the genesis and presentation of emotional disorders.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies by John P. Forsyth, Georg H. Eifert