By Victoria Follette,Steven C. Hayes,Michelle Heffner, et al.New Harbinger Publications|New Harbinger Publications||Adult NonfictionPsychologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 22.03.2013Street date: 22.03.2013

ACT for physique photograph Dissatisfaction is an popularity and dedication treatment (ACT) guide practitioners can use to aid consumers triumph over physique snapshot dissatisfaction and disordered consuming behaviors akin to foodstuff limit and binge consuming.

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Some benefits of this treatment are that it is brief, it has successfully been applied in group and individual formats across a wide age range of populations, and it can be applied flexibly to various types of body image problems. Who Will Benefit from This Book? This book is for any clinician whose clients include people who have become attached to the myth that personal value is determined by appearance. It is for you to help your clients see that the stories their minds tell them do not need to shape their personal truth.

Some benefits of this treatment are that it is brief, it has successfully been applied in group and individual formats across a wide age range of populations, and it can be applied flexibly to various types of body image problems. Who Will Benefit from This Book? This book is for any clinician whose clients include people who have become attached to the myth that personal value is determined by appearance. It is for you to help your clients see that the stories their minds tell them do not need to shape their personal truth.

The verbal tools that evolved to analyze situations and to predict and compare possible outcomes of actions are being used instead to compare our body shape to an ideal, to detect our own anxiety and insecurity about our physical form, and to predict illusory forms of self-esteem to be found in yet another restrictive attempt to lose weight. It is not possible to turn off the flow of words and images that create idealization and shame. They bombard us from every corner. They leer out at us from our TVs, from our computer screens, from our cell phones, and from the checkout stands at the grocery store.

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