You can download the newest version of the guide here.
As part of the guide, we’ve pulled together a comprehensive list of all the ACT that have ever been published. Below are the 11 new books we discovered when wee revised the guide at the end of 2017:
Books for therapists:
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Couples: A Clinician’s Guide to Using Mindfulness, Values, and Schema Awareness to Rebuild Relationships
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Substance Abuse: A Clinician’s Guide to Using Practical Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Interventions for Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
- ACT for Adolescents: Treating Teens and Adolescents in Individual and Group Therapy
- ACT for Psychosis Recovery: A Practical Manual for Group-Based Interventions Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- ACT Questions and Answers: A Practitioner’s Guide to 150 Common Sticking Points in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Learning ACT for Group Treatment: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills Training Manual for Therapists
- Learning ACT (2nd Edition): An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills Training Manual for Therapists
- Metaphor in Practice: A Professional’s Guide to Using the Science of Language in Psychotherapy
- Mindfulness and Acceptance for Gender and Sexual Minorities: A Clinician’s Guide to Fostering Compassion, Connection, and Equality Using Contextual Strategies
- The ACT Approach: A Comprehensive Guide for Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
ACT Books for the public:
- Break Free: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in 3 Steps: A Workbook for Overcoming Self-Doubt and Embracing Life
- Parenting a Troubled Teen: Manage Conflict and Deal with Intense Emotions Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Stuff That Sucks: Accepting What You Can’t Change and Committing to What You Can
We hope you find this new version of the Learning ACT Resource Guide useful in your practice. If you have any feedback, we’d love to hear it!
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