This book is about how to use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to move on from negative personality traits and embrace self-compassion. Grace Davis provides a guide that offers step-by-step explanations of the ACT approach, case studies, and exercises for putting the theory into practice.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are looking to move on from negative personality traits and embrace self-compassion. It provides a guide that offers step-by-step explanations of the ACT approach, case studies, and exercises for putting the theory into practice.
- The book is filled with case studies that provide real-world examples.
- It includes exercises to help you put the theory into practice.
- The author provides a thorough explanation of ACT and its approach.
- It is dense and not easy to read.
- The exercises are quite demanding.
- It does not have a lot of practical advice for how to manage difficult emotions or thoughts.
Learn more about the author
Grace Davis is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). In this book, she draws on her years of experience to provide a comprehensive guide to using ACT to overcome negative personality traits and embrace self-compassion.
“I bought this book to help me with some anger management issues. I found the exercises and self-care ideas really helpful.”
“A fantastic guide to ACT and self-compassion. Grace Davis provides clear explanations of the theory behind ACT, case studies of how it has been used effectively, and exercises for applying the approach in your own life. This book is an essential read for anyone interested in using ACT to improve their mental wellbeing.”
“This is an excellent resource for therapists interested in incorporating ACT techniques into their work with clients struggling with negative personality traits. The author does a nice job of presenting the theory and research underlying ACT, and provides clear examples of how to use ACT interventions with a variety of client populations.”
“This book is a great guide for learning about and using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. The author provides practical exercises to help the reader apply the theory in their own life.”