Mindfulness and acceptance in social work : evidence-based interventions and emerging applications / edited by Matthew S. Boone ; cover design by Amy Shoup.

Oakland, California : New Harbinger Publications, 2014.
The Context Press Mindfulness and Acceptance Practica Series
The Mindfulness and Acceptance Practica Series
1 online resource (313 p.)
Social service -- Psychological aspects.
Acceptance and commitment therapy.
Dialectical behavior therapy.
Electronic books.
Both social work and psychology stress the importance of understanding and addressing the contextual forces which contribute to human problems. Now, in Mindfulness and Acceptance in Social Work, a clinical social worker brings together the top voices in social work and mindfulness-based treatments in one volume. The book offers social workers an introduction to evidence-based mindfulness concepts and discusses how they can be applied to their profession. It also includes brief interventions that can bring mindfulness and acceptance into daily practice.
Acknowledgments; Introduction; Mindfulness and Acceptance in Social Work; Matthew S. Boone, LCSW; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; part I; The Present Moment: Mindfulness and Acceptance in Direct Practice; Chapter 1; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Social Work; Matthew S. Boone, LCSW; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Chapter 2; Social Work and Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Felicia Marohn, LMSW; Private Practice, Santa Fe DBT; Cedar Koons, MSW, LISW; Private Practice, Santa Fe DBT; Behavioral Tech, Seattle, WA; Chapter 3; Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Social Work
Elana Rosenbaum, LICSW Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society Worcester, Massachusetts; Chapter 4; Social Work and Behavioral Activation; Jonathan W. Kanter, PhD; Ajeng Puspitassari, MA; Maria Santos, MA; Gabriela Nagy, BA; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Part 2; New Directions: Emerging Applications of Mindfulness and Acceptance in Social Work; Chapter 5; Radical Acceptance: Mindfulness and Critical Reflection in Social Work Education; Yuk-Lin Renita Wong, PhD; York University; Chapter 6
Facilitating Mindfulness Using Arts-Based Methods and a Holistic Strengths-Based Perspective Diana Coholic, PhD; Laurentian University; Chapter 7; Doing ACT Briefly: The Practice of Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; Tom Linde, MSW; Private Practice Group Health Cooperative Family Medicine Residency, Seattle, Washington; Kirk Strosahl, PhD; Mountainview Consulting Group Central Washington Family Medicine, Family Medicine Residency, Yakima, Washington; Chapter 8; In Pursuit of Excellence: Developing Competencies for Delivery of Brief Interventions; Patricia J. Robinson, PhD
Mountainview Consulting Group, Inc. Zillah, WA Brian Mundy, LCSW; Institute for Community Living New York, NY; Part 3; The Client in Context: Addressing Broader Systems; Chapter 9; Mindfulness and Engaged Buddhism: Implications for a Generalist Macro Social Work Practice; Michael Uebel, PhD, LCSW; Clayton Shorkey, PhD, LCSW; University of Texas at Austin; Chapter 10; Thinking Functionally and Contextually About Cultural Diversity in Mindfulness-Based Treatments; Akihiko Masuda, PhD; Georgia State University; Matthew S. Boone, LCSW; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Mary L. Hill, MA
Georgia State University Rebecca M. Pasillas, PhD; Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine; Chapter 11; Contextual Behavioral Science and Social Work: A Natural and Effective Partnership?; Joanne Steinwachs, LCSW; Private Practice, Denver, Colorado; Matthew S. Boone, LCSW; University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Boone, Matthew S., editor.
Shoup, Amy, cover designer.
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