on 13 June 2012
An excellent summation of all the main ACT processes and therapy; does not idealize the approach
and the chapters comparing the similarities and differences with CBT are short, but
are stated very clearly; with some healthy criticism of ACT for perhaps having more traditional
behavior exposure techniques and traditional CBT within it than the theory itself may overtly claim (but which merely approaches in a different format).
An excellent overview - impartial and clear, cannot recommend it to highly!