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It’s so NOT beteenndets that it’s magical. As a young man, I used to search for magical explanations to ordinary events e. I crashed the car because it was my “karma”, it was “meant to be”, that sort of nonsense.

Now that I’m “middle aged” I search for ordinary explanations for “magical” or extraordinary events. For example; my wife called just as I was thinking about her wonderful to be su It’s so not magical that it’s magical.

For example; my wife called just as I was thinking about her wonderful to be surenot due to psychic connection, but rather born of abf i.

I think betrendets her often and she calls me often. My brain is “hardwired” for pattern recognition and my cognitive facility is biased to attribute significance to events beteendet confirm certain intuitions and filter out stimuli that counters said intuitions.

To me, that’s so much more powerful than “she caught my vibes”. I know it sounds like a drag. But to me the ordinary, simple and plausible explanations are my new magical. Mostly because they have actual explanatory and even predictive power, and befeendets my current “get er done” way of thinking, that’s more magical than what typically passes for magic.

Radical Functional Contextual Behaviorism is the pinnacle tantric yoga of this “get er done” approach explaining and predicting, and dare I say it -manipulating- human behavior not necessarily a bad thing in the context of psychotherapy provided its transparent and non-coercive. After working with people with really serious behavioral health issues e. I’m willing to go with what works. And Behavioral Therapy beteendetw works for a lot of really difficult to treat stuff.


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Particularly when delivered with empathy, connection and genuine unconditional positive regard. The book is kind of unusual in the sense that it explicitly covers behavioral therapy techniques in a comprehensive, step by step way. I say it’s unusual, because behavioral therapy even the functional contextual variety is typically discussed from within a manual of another broader modality e.

If you want texts on behavioral therapy, you usually get small chapters in textbooks, betedndets on applied behavioral analysis ABAor technical explanations of experimental behaviorism which is awesome, but not so useful for clinical application. Frequently the subject of clinical application is handled beteendefs a perfunctory way, lacking sufficient detail, or its tailored to a specific population as in the case of ABA and to a lesser degree DBT texts.

So here is a straight up manual for functional contextual behaviorism, straight no chaiser! Reading this book is stoking me on grounding my practice in good ol’ functional contextual behavioral e.

A good friend hipped me to the fact that if you just formulate the question clearly enough, the answer usually becomes clear. And that is what this book is all about. Collecting excellent, detailed, clear beteendetss on observable behavior. I can recall personal therapy experiences betdendets my therapist would make me explain myself to her “like she was a dummy”. By the end of the exercise it beteednets be utterly clear what the matter was.

After that the action plan was obvious. That’s the kind of therapist I want to be.

Focused on listening and clarification i. That is a profound intervention. It’s grounded in evolutionary theory. The angels doth sing Hallelujah! Que the heavenly sound of an Apple computer rebooting ahhhhhhhhhhhhh! I always got the sneaking suspicion that Steven C. Heays kept ACT “evo-free” as a strategic choice in order to not be saddled with the often divisive conversation that seems to inevitably haunt the intersections of spirituality and science. But behaviorism beteendrts hand and glove with evolutionary theory.

And beteendegs speaking, once you introduce affect into the mix, you simply can’t avoid the topic.

I use evo-psych and bio-psych synonyms in my opinion references all the time in my ACT practice. I wouldn’t know how to do ACT without them. It’s great to have a text on Functional Contextual Behaviorism integrate these streams. Lo estoy leyendo porque curso septimo semestre y estoy viendo Clinica.

This book helped me to understand why I do the things I do and most importantly how to make changes. That is not what this book promises however.


What it is meant for are therapists who want to understand how behavioral principles can inform their therapeutic work and even explain why some of what they do works.

I’m currently re-reading this book and am finding it even more useful than I did the first time. A great work of the authors who manage beteendegs express basic principles of behavioral theory in a very interesting way. Recommended for therapists not familiar with behavioral theory and relational frame theory. Excellent primer or review. Few times have I seen this spelled out in such a reader friendly manner. Five more words added now.

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