2014 World Conference - Minneapolis, Minnesota, 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 12 in Minneapolis, MN, USA, June 19-22, 2014. To access abstracts and more information for each session, please view the full conference program.

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7. A Contextual Behavioral Science Account of Gender

Chair: Laura Silberstein, Psy.D., The Center for Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy
Louise McHugh, Lecturer University College Dublin
M. Joann Wright, Linden Oaks at Edward
Steven Hayes, University of Nevada
David Gillanders, University of Edinburgh
Sonja Batten, Booz Allen Hamilton

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Audio Length: 01:29:45

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8. Basal Exposure Therapy 24/7: From Poly-Pharmacy and Mechanical Restraints to Second Order Change and Empowerment

Didrik Heggdal, Clinical Psychologist, Vestre Viken Hospital Trust
Arne Lillelien, Psychiatric Nurse, Vestre Viken Hospital Trust
Trym Nordstrand Jacobsen*, The ACT&BET-Institute
Torstein Svergja, Clinical Psychologist, Molde University College

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Audio Length: 01:26:35

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25. ACT Behind Bars: The Next Step in Promoting Values-Guided Living with Correctional and Forensic Clients

David Brillhart, Psy.D., Oregon State Hospital

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Audio Length: 01:31:34

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39. Technology-Based ACT Interventions to Support Large Scale Behavior Change

Chair:Michael E. Levin, Ph.D., Utah State University
Discussant:Kelly Koerner, Ph.D., Evidence-Based Practice Institute

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First randomized controlled trial of smartphone-delivered Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Jonathan Bricker, Ph.D., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & University of Washington
Jaimee Heffner, Ph.D., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Roger Vilardaga, Ph.D., University of Washington & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Julie Kientz, Ph.D., University of Washington

ACT-Based Treatment of Anxiety Disorders via Videoconferencing
James D. Herbert, Ph.D., Drexel University
Marina Gershkovich, Drexel University
Erica K. Yuen, Ph.D., University of Tampa
Elizabeth M. Goetter, Ph.D., Massachusetts General Hospital
Evan M. Forman, Ph.D., Drexel University

Using adjunctive web/mobile ACT technologies to augment clinical practice
Michael E. Levin, Ph.D., Utah State University & Contextual Change LLC
Jacqueline Pistorello, Ph.D., University of Nevada Reno & Contextual Change LLC
Steven C. Hayes, Ph.D., University of Nevada Reno & Contextual Change LLC
John Seeley, Ph.D., Oregon Research Institute
Crissa Levin, M.A., Contextual Change LLC
Kristy Dalrymple, Ph.D., Alpert Medical School of Brown University & Department of Psychiatry, Rhode Island Hospital
Brandon Gaudiano, Ph.D., Alpert Medical School of Brown University & Psychosocial Research Program, Butler Hospital
Jack Haeger, Utah State University

Audio Length: 01:21:17

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43. Balancing What’s Hot with What’s Not: Putting Mindfulness in Harmony with Commitment

D.J. Moran, MidAmerican Psychological Institute

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Audio Length: 00:22:39

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57. Contextual Approaches to Compassion Across Methods and Disciplines: New Clinical Applications in CBS

Chair:Laura Silberstein, Psy.D., The Center for Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy
M. Joann Wright, Linden Oaks at Edward
Dennis Tirch, Ph.D., Weill Cornell Medical College
Russell Kolts Ph.D., Eastern Washington University
Josh Pritchard, Florida Institute of Technology
Benjamin Schoendorff, M.A., M.S., MPs, Université du Québec à Montréal
Zindel Segal, Ph.D., University of Toronto Scarborough

Audio Length: 01:29:24

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58. ACT for Spiritual Development: Accept, Choose, Teach Others

Hank Robb, Ph.D., ABPP*, Private Practice

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Audio Length: 01:29:43

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72. Helping Clients Be the Parents They Want To Be: Mindful and Acceptance-Based Parenting

Amanda Holly, Ph.D., Co-director, Chicago CBT Center
Seoka Salstrom, Ph.D., Co-director, Chicago CBT Center

Audio Length: 01:24:36

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73. Introducing and Integrating Cognitive Defusion Techniques in Therapy

John T. Blackledge, Ph.D.*, Morehead State University

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Audio Length: 01:29:42

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90. Creating Your Own Peer-Led ACT Consultation Group

Paul Guinther, Ph.D., Portland Psychotherapy
Brian Thompson, Ph.D., Portland Psychotherapy
Jenna LeJeune, Ph.D., Portland Psychotherapy
Christeine Terry, Ph.D., Seattle Psychology
Hank Robb, Ph.D.*, Private Practice
Sandy Bushberg, Ph.D., Private Practice; Mid-Columbia Medical Center
Scott Rower, Ph.D., Portland Psychotherapy
Shadee Hardy, MSW, Portland Psychotherapy
Anne Shankar, MSW, Lifequal LLC, Anxiety Disorders Clinic

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Audio Length: 01:00:08

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93. The Behavioral Economics of Impulsive Choice, Drug Taking, and Dietary Decision-Making

Gregory J. Madden, Utah State University
Introduction by Michael P. Twohig, Ph.D., Utah State University

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Audio Length: 01:01:27

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98. Worth Its Weight in Gold: How Psychological Flexibility Could Change the Lives of the Obese

Chair:Emily Squyres, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Joseph Ciarrochi, Ph.D., University of Western Sydney
Raimo Lappalainen, Ph.D., University of Jyväskylä
Jason Lillis, Ph.D., Weight Control & Diabetes Research Center
Giovambattista Presti, Ph.D., Kore University, Enna
Kelly D. Brownell, Ph.D., Duke University

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Audio Length: 01:24:27

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99. The RFT of the Matrix (Made Simple)

Benjamin Schoendorff, M.A., M.S., MPs*, Contextual Psychology Institute, IUSMM, Montreal

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Audio Length: 01:28:29

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119. What Does RFT have to Contribute to Mainstream Cognitive Science, and Vice Versa?

Chair:Steven C. Hayes, University of Nevada
Jan DeHouwer, Ghent University
Steven C. Hayes, University of Nevada
Sam Leigland, Gonzaga University
Sean Hughes, Ghent University

Audio Length: 01:32:52

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120. The Contextual Science of Compassion in ACTion

Dennis Tirch Ph.D., Weill Cornell Medical College
Russell Kolts Ph.D., Eastern Washington University

Powerpoint 1
Powerpoint 2

PART 1

Audio Length: 01:20:33

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PART 2

Audio Length: 01:32:13

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131. ACT in Primary Care Medicine: Large Scale Change through Research, Teaching, and Training - Sponsored by the Contextual Medicine SIG

Chair:Patricia Robinson, Ph.D., Mountainview Consulting Group
Patricia Robinson, Ph.D., Mountainview Consulting Group
Daniel C. Rosen, Ph.D., Bastyr University
Debra A. Gould, M.D., MPH, Central Washington Family Medicine (CWFM) Residency Program
David E Bauman, M.A., The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute
Bridget R. Beachy, M.A., The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute
Melissa D. Baker, Ph.D, HealthPoint, Bothell, WA

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Audio Length: 01:13:13

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145. Building Within our World: The Influence Psychological Flexibility has on Well-Being in the Community

Chair:Shiloh Eastin, University Louisiana at Lafayette

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• A new perspective: Psychological Flexibility, Attitudes About Sexual Violence, and Bystander Behaviors
Shiloh Eastin, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Audra Jensen, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Emily K. Sandoz, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Amy Brown, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette

• Find Mickey: The Impact of Community Tragedy on Valued and Avoidant Behaviors
Owen Rachal, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Gina Q Boullion, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Michelle Jeanis, M.S., University of South Florida
Emily K. Sandoz, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Straying from the Straight and Narrow: Psychological Inflexibility and Recidivism among Criminal Offenders
Trinity Isaac, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Russell Anderson, University of Louisiana at lafayette
Madison Gamble, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Michelle Jeanis, M.S., University of South Florida
Emily K. Sandoz, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Audio Length: 01:08:26

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154. To Do ACT…or Not to Do ACT: All the ACT Questions You Never Dared to Ask…

Chair:Martin Brock, University of Derby
Patty Bach, University of Central Florida
Darrah Westrup, Private Practice
Hank Robb, Private Practice
Mary Sawyer, Private Practice
Martin Brock, University of Derby

Audio Length: 01:19:11

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