Life’s challenges are diverse. They may be circumstantial or broad-based. Suffering and lack of momentum are common results of life’s ups and downs. JoAnne Dahl will help guide listeners to spend less time with their problem and more time focusing on ‘values’ based action as in Acceptance Commitment Therapy. Opinion leaders from a variety of modalities will join JoAnne for candid discussions focusing on general principles for living as well as specific solutions for difficult problems.
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Welcome to ACT taking hurt to hope. Today, in our final program we are going to continue to talk about prosocial behavior. Remember that Prosocial behaviors are those intended to help other people. Prosocial behavior is characterized by a concern abo... more
Welcome to ACT taking hurt to hope. Today Iwould like to take up the concept of prosocial behavior. What it is, how is can be trained and what kind of effects it has for us as individuals and as a group, as a nation and on our earth. Prosocial behavi... more
Welcome to ACT taking hurt to hope. Today we are going to talk about the challenging side of caring for others who are at times acting out and acting aggressively towards the caregiver. Several recent studies have shown that caring for others provide... more
Listened to the episode about cronnic illness. But the sound stressed me. Also the laughing sounded “harsh” in my ears
This podcast is fantastic if you want to get an insight in ACT and meet all the talented scientists and others who work with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy! ACT is useful and heart warming; both used personally and professionally! Joanne Dahl really gives you a great perspective on how useful ACT is in treatment of all sorts of human challenges from anxiety to cancer and substance abuse!
Tack för superbra pod. Älskar den och ditt skratt. /lukas
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