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Acceptance- and Mindfulness-Based Approaches to Anxiety

Conceptualization and Treatment

Orsillo, Susan M., Roemer, Lizabeth (Eds.)

2005, XVIII, 376 p.

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Orsillo and Roemer are true scientist-practitioners with their broad and deep knowledge of cognitive behavioral concepts and their years of applying these concepts to relieve suffering from anxiety.  In this book they take us to the cutting-edge of new psychological approaches to anxiety disorders. Every clinician will want to be aware of these latest advances.

David H. Barlow, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University
Professor of Psychology
Research Professor of Psychiatry

Few others could make the case for acceptance and mindfulness-based care of anxiety disorders as well as Orsillo and Roemer have done. Tacking deftly between innovation and empirical science this book shows how traditional anxiety treatments, supplemented by acceptance and mindfulness practices, can achieve an expanded scope of relevance and efficacy. Their careful operationalization and description of these practices along with a few caveats regarding this nascent union, enables the reader to navigate comfortably in novel territory. Ideal for therapists, researchers and students the material presented in this book will likely form the backbone of the next generation of treatment for complex anxiety disorders.

-Zindel V. Segal, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Morgan Firestone Chair in Psychotherapy
Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology
University of Toronto.

In their innovative work toward a more complete understanding of the etiology and treatment of anxiety disorders, and in their special concern for those patients who do not respond to existing treatments, Drs Roemer and Orsillo have led the field into new territory. In the past ten years, the integration of mindfulness-based approaches into existing psychological systems and therapies has been both informing and challenging for each side of the meeting. This timely book contains a useful summary of the many facets of this conversation, including the differing approaches to mindfulness and its use in clinical systems. It provides an excellent description of the development and progression of CBT approaches to the treatment of anxiety disorders and cogently presents the case for the natural progression of the integration of mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches into this field.

James Carmody Ph.D.
Director of Research, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Preventive & Behavioral Medicine
University of Massachusetts Medical School

 

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