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on 28 July 2010
Kelly Wilson writes books that manages to read like he's talking to you. I read this book and it affected me emotionally many times. It isnt just a technical manual but more of a challenge to try some things in the room with your clients. Just try them and see what they feel like. I can tell you that they sometimes feel scary as you try them out. But cultivating a present awareness in session with clients opens up many new venues to do psychotherapy.

The first parts of the book is also a nice reminder of or introduction into the world of behaviour analysis.

I recommend this to anyone who is working with people in general and clinical psychologists and psychotherapists even more so.
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on 19 October 2012
This is just a superb book - mindfulness, ACT and the therapeutic encounter - I cannot recommend this book too highly.
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on 30 July 2010
Through his worldwide delivery of Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) workshops, Kelly Wilson has touched the lives of thousands of people internationally. As a cofounder of ACT, Wilson has been at the forefront of the development of this therapeutic approach including most recently a new emphasis on mindfulness in the treatment package, which provides the rationale for this book. In MF2 Wilson and Dufrene link basic science and clinical practice together with clarity and precision. MF2 is an excellent read for those well versed in ACT and mindfulness as Wilson's newest treatment technologies are dealt with in depth so that therapists can both replicate these exercises in their clinical practice as well as understand their underlying rationale. Excellent read!
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on 20 February 2016
Important read
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on 29 August 2011
Fantastic book, brilliant for both professionals and those interested in ACT for their day to day lives, no book shelf should be without this gem
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