2016 World Conference - Seattle, Washington, USA - 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 14 in Seattle, Washington, USA. To access abstracts and more information for each session, please view the full conference program.
4. Pros and cons of the interpretive exercise: What’s still missing in RFT?
Chair: Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Ghent University
Steven C. Hayes, UNR
Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Ghent University
Carmen Luciano, University of Almeria
Audio Length: 1:28:14
8. A Discussion About How to Evolve a More Nurturing Form of Capitalism
Chair: Anthony Biglan, Oregon Research Institute
Robyn Walser, TL Consultation Services
David Sloan Wilson, Binghamton University
Joe Brewer, Evolution Institute
20. Understanding Functional Analytic Psychotherapy: Is Awareness, Courage, and Love a useful model or...only fluffy puppies?
Chair: Adam M. Kuczynski, University of Washington
Amanda Muñoz Martínez, University of Nevada
Jonathan W. Kanter, Ph.D., University of Washington
William C. Follette, Ph.D., University of Nevada
Scott T. Gaynor, Ph.D., Western Michigan University
Barbara Kohlenberg, Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno
Glenn M. Callaghan, Ph.D., San Jose State University
Mavis Tsai, Ph.D., Private Practice and University of Washington
Audio Length: 1:27:37
32. West meets East or East meets West?:Opportunities and Challenges of Disseminating ACBS to Eastern Culture
Chair: Jonathan Bricker, Ph.D., Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, University of Washington
Jonathan Bricker, Ph.D., Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, University of Washington
Steven Hayes, Ph.D., University of Nevada
Louise Hayes, Ph.D.
Zhu Zhuohong, Ph.D., China Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology
Harriet Phinney, Ph.D., Seattle University
Audio Length: 1:12:15
48. "I see what you did there:” RFT-Based Analysis of Therapeutic Processes
Chair: Andreas Larsson, Karolinska Institutet & Stockholm Health Care Services
Emily Sandoz, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Ghent University
Carmen Luciano, University of Almería
Jennifer Villatte, University of Washington
Matthieu Villatte, Evidence-Based Practice Institute, Seattle
Jonathan Tarbox, FirstSteps for Kids
Audio Length: 1:28:58
54. It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Loses an ‘I’: A Talk on Becoming Us
Louise McHugh, University College Dublin
Audio Length: 1:27:19
62. Self-Compassion and its Implications for Mental Health: Empirical Evidence and a Contextual Framework
Chair: Joanna J. Arch, University of Colorado Boulder
Discussant: Kristin D. Neff, University of Texas at Austin
Marissa Knox, University of Texas at Austin
Jason Luoma, Ph.D., Portland Psychotherapy Clinic, Research, & Training Center
Audio Length: 1:29:38
64. Beyond models, packages, and brands: Can we move toward “clinical CBS”?
Chair: Stephanie Caldas
Matthieu Villatte, Ph.D.
Niklas Torneke, M.D.
Kelly Koerner, Ph.D.
Louise Hayes, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:34:34
79. Implementation Science: Mental Health Interventions in Low and Middle Income Countries
Shannon Dorsey, Ph.D.
Debra Kaysen, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:18:43
88. Health Disparities, Racism, & the Role of Contextual Behavioral Science
Chair: Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D.
Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D.
Jonathan W. Kanter, Ph.D.
Daniel C. Rosen, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:29:17
91. Nurturing Communities in Higher Education: Helping At-Risk Undergraduate Students "Show Up and Do What Matters"
Chair: Jennifer Block Lerner, Ph.D.
Donald R. Marks, Psy.D.
Jacqueline Pistorello, Ph.D.
Michael Femenella, Ph.D.
Ashlynne Mullen, M.A.
Audio Length: 1:29:04
103. CBS Beyond ACT: Is there room for theoretical diversity within ACBS?
Chair: Dennis Tirch, Ph.D.
Thomas Szabo, Ph.D.
Mark Sisti, Ph.D.
Laura Silberstein, Psy.D.
Michael J. Femenella, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:31:56
106. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Couples
Avigail Lev, Psy.D.
Matthew McKay, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:32:10
117. The Role of the Therapeutic Relationship in ACT
Chair: Helen Bolderston, Ph.D.
David Gillanders, DClinPsy
Jacqueline Pistorello, Ph.D.
Robyn D. Walser, Ph.D.
Gareth Holman, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:18:03
118. Helping Students Make School Meaningful
Jonathan Weinstein, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:23:08
130. Using Contextual Behavioral Science to Address Treatment Barriers among Trauma-Exposed Veterans
Chair: Jed Grodin, Ph.D.
John Donahue, Psy.D.
Amy Wagner, Ph.D.
Robyn Walser, Ph.D.
Joshua Clark, Ph.D.
Jed Grodin, Ph.D.
Audio Length: 1:17:38
131. Training perspective taking in children with Autism, in the laboratory, and in the clinic
Chair: Josh Kaplan
Discussant: Carmen Luciano
Thomas G. Szabo, Ph.D.
Paul Guinther, Ph.D.
Benjamin Schoendorff, M.A.
Audio Length: 1:17:49