2015 World Conference - Berlin, Germany - Audio Recordings

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Below you will find a variety of audio recorded symposia, workshops, and panel discussions that were presented at the ACBS World Conference 13 in Berlin, Germany. To access abstracts and more information for each session, please view the full conference program.

9. RFT and Therapy Relationships: Basic Principles and Applications 

Chair: Gareth Holman, Ph.D., Private Practice

Kelly Wilson, Ph.D., University of Mississippi
Daniel Maitland, M.S., Western Michigan University
Louise McHugh, Ph.D., University College Dublin 

Audio Length: 01:13:10

25. How to implement ACT in a psychiatric setting: 5 experiences

Chair: Eric Morris, Ph.D., La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
Charles Benoy, MSc., ACT-based Behavior Therapy Inpatient Unit Universitäre Psychiatrische Kliniken Basel, Switzerland
Trym Nordstrand Jacobsen, M.S., Hysnes Helsefort Rehabilitationsenter, St. Olavs Hospital, Norway
Tobias Lundgren, Ph.D., Clinical Neuroscience & Centre for Psychiatry Research and Education, Stockholm, Sweden
Mareike Pleger, MSc., Krankenhaus Königin Elisabeth Herzberge, Germany
Joris Corthouts, M, Psychosis Section, St Hiëronymus, St Niklaas, Belgium 

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Audio Length: 01:29:59

26. ACT and Culture: Flexibility in Diversity
Kenneth Fung, M.D., MSc., University of Toronto
Aki Masuda, Ph.D., Georgia State University

Audio Length: 02:19:43

55. “Experiential ACT Primer – Learning Therapeutic Skills in Polish: Basics and Beyond"
Lidia Budziszewska, University of Almería & Sinews MTI Multilingual Therapy Institute
Stanislaw Malicki, Akershus University Hospital, Psychiatric Division, Norway 

Audio Length: 02:19:43

69. Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living: A new training programme to deepen mindfulness with heartfulness 
Erik van den Brink, M.D., Centre for Integrative Psychiatry, Lentis, Groningen, Netherlands 

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Audio Length: 01:21:08 

87. ACT, behavior medicine and neuroscience: What’s the clinical utility of brain activity patterns, inflammatory cytokines and executive functions? 
Rikard Wicksell, Ph.D., Behavior Medicine Pain Treatment Service, Pain Center, Karolinska Univ Hosp; Dep of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet  

Audio Length: 01:05:34

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