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
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
- Boone, Matthew S., editor.
Shoup, Amy, cover designer.
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