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ACT in Practice: Case Conceptualization in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Book
$59.95 USD
Product Details
Format:
Book
Details:
323 pages
Authors:
DANIEL J MORAN, PH.D., BCBA-D
PATRICIA BACH, PH.D
Publisher:
New Harbinger
Copyright:
1/1/2008
CE Available:
No, CE credit is not available
Product Code:
SAM042275
Author

DANIEL J MORAN, PH.D., BCBA-D

Daniel Moran, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is the past-president of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, the international ACT organization with over 8,000 members worldwide. He wrote the first case conceptualization manual for Acceptance and Commitment Therapy entitled ACT in Practice (New Harbinger) and served on the first ACT training committee.

As a Recognized ACT trainer in the ACBS community, Dr. Moran has an engaging training style that has led him to be an invited keynote speaker for many events in the last decade. He has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Network, TLC and The Discovery Channel discussing the treatment of many clinical disorders, and he has also published several articles and book chapters, including publications with CBT pioneer Albert Ellis and ACT pioneer Steven Hayes.

Dr. Moran founded the MidAmerican Psychological Institute and has a passion for applying ACT principles in important areas outside of the clinic, such as the boardroom or construction sites. He established Pickslyde Consulting and the Institute for Higher Performance in order to bring mindfulness and value-directed commitment skills to the workplace to improve safety, innovation, and leadership. Dr. Moran has utilized ACT in work implementations and clinical training sites on six continents and in all 50 of the United States.

PATRICIA BACH, PH.D

Patricia A. Bach, Ph.D., is clinical assistant professor at the University of Central Florida. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Nevada, and has been providing psychotherapy, supervision, and training in ACT for more than fifteen years. Bach is a past president of the ACBS, and has coauthored a book on ACT case conceptualization.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.