Steven Hayes's blog

Inside the Male Mind: From Worrier to Warrior

Men's Health Magazine

by Paul John Scott

Posted date:  November 18, 2011

http://www.menshealth.com/best-life/worrier-warrior

 

Avoiding your fears just gives them more power over you. Learn the five keys to facing them, and tap into a whole new kind of strength
By Paul John Scott, Photographs by Peter Hapak, Posted Date: November 18, 2011

EABCT Helsinki, Sept. 2008 - slides

Here are the promised Powerpoint slides from my presentations at EABCT in Helsinki. To view/download them, you need to be logged in to a paid ACBS member account. (It can cost you as little as a $10, so it's easy.) Thanks, Steve Hayes

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ACT SI 4 workshop

Here are my slides for ACT SI 4: The slides for the two plenaries and the workshop. The workshop slides are similar to other recent workshops ... but I promised I would post them.

- S

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ABCT 2007 workshops

I have attached the slides from my Core Skills institute and from the workshop on Challenging Patients conducted with Kirk Strosahl

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Psychotherapy Networker Session March 2008

Here are the PowerPoint slides and handouts for the Psychotherapy Networker lunch address on the "Roots of Compassion" and the "Seven Strategies of Liberation" workshop.

You do need to join ACBS to download the materials but the amount paid is up to you (down to $1 ... pay what you think ACT support is worth). If even that is a barrier, email me (hayes@unr.edu)

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Steve Hayes's vita

For folks who want to download my vita (e.g., to search for articles; etc) here is a recent (April 2010) one to download. - S

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Career influences

Forgive me if this seems too self-focused, but I regularly get asked about career influences. In this attachment (revised in January 2008) I try to describe them. I also present a brief intellectual autobiography and some personal details. If someone tagged you with the job of learning about this fell named Steve Hayes, well this could be useful.

- S

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Short Bio for Steve

If you need a short bio (for introducing talks or whatever) one is attached. It has various flabors you can use and some weird facts, in case you want to be creative. It is current as of Spring 2010 ... if this this is too old email me at hayes@unr.edu for a more current one (and goose me to update my blog!)

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