World Conference 9 Audio Recordings

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Below you will find a variety of audio recorded symposia and panel discussions that were presented at the ACBS World Conference IX in Parma, Italy July 13-15, 2011.

HometownScience.org: Building Contextual Science for Everyone, I Hear the Sound of the Mississippi Delta
KELLY G. WILSON, Ph.D.
Length: 56 minutes 13 seconds

 

Self-as-Context, Acceptance, and Defusion in Self-Compassion and Human Liberation
JAMIE YADAVAIA & TAMI JEFFCOAT
Length: 1hour 40 minutes 37 seconds

 

Opening Address
DERMOT BARNES-HOLMES
Length: 46 minutes 15 seconds

 

Why should clinicians bother to learn RFT?
NIKLAS TORNEKE, M.D.
Length: 42 minutes 18 seconds

 

Cultivating healing therapeutic relationships by combining ACT and FAP
BENJAMIN SCHOENDORFF, MA, MSc
KATIA MANDUCHI, MA
MARIE-FRANCE BOLDUC M.Psy
Length: 36 minutes 25 seconds

 

"My Client and I Just Seem To Get Stuck...": How To Foster Creative Hopelessness Creatively
MARY SAWYER & MARTIN BROCK

Length: 2 hours 31 minutes 15 seconds

 

Owning your science values: Using philosophy as your compass
Chair: DOUGLAS LONG

Philosophy across the battle-lines
THOMAS G. SZABO, MA, BCBA
W. LARRY WILLIAMS, Ph.D., BCBA-D
• The practical implications of pragmatism: Why philosophy matters
DOUGLAS LONG

Length: 50 minutes 30 seconds

 

Research for Clinicians: Evaluating the Client-Therapist Interaction in Successful and Unsuccessful Cases of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP)
JONATHAN KANTER, Ph.D.
Length: 1 hour 0 minutes 13 seconds

 

Mastering the Metaphor: An Experiential Workshop to learn and practice the art of using metaphors in psychotherapy
COLLEEN EHRNSTROM, Ph.D.
Length: 2 hours 39 minutes 25 seconds

PowerPoint Slides

 

Translating Research to Practice: Exploring ACT Constructs in Youth and Families, and Informing Interventions
Co-Chair: LISA W. COYNE, Ph.D.
Co-Chair: LOUISE HAYES Ph.D.

Stop That, or I’ll Lose My Temper: Relationships between Experiential Avoidance and Aggression in Youths
EDWARD MAHER, M.A. & Lisa Coyne, Ph.D.
Implications of Experiential Avoidance in Parenting: Child internalizing problems and maternal emotion regulatory strategy predict maternal stress
ALYSHA D. THOMPSON, M.A., Kirstin L. Brown, & Lisa W. Coyne, Ph.D.
ACT group treatment to improve youth psychosocial health – more specifically drug abuse, externalizing- and internalizing problems
FREDRIK LIVHEIM
Linking ACT Constructs with Developmental Psychopathology: Maternal Emotion Suppression in a Diverse, At-Risk Population – Interrelations with Emotion Socializing Behaviors
Angela M. Burke Currie, M.A. & LISA W. COYNE, Ph.D.
A Mindfulness-Based Program Aimed at Reducing the Impact of Relational Aggression
CHRISTINA THEODORE-OKLOTA, Ph.D. & Susan Orsillo, Ph.D.

Length: 1 hour 24 minutes 33 seconds

 

Developing an ACT-based group intervention for DBT graduates with personality disorder: Moving from ‘quiet desperation’ to ‘a life worth living’
SUE CLARKE, HELEN BOLDERSTON, & BOB REMINGTON

Length: 59 minutes 21 seconds

PowerPoint Slides

 

Increasing Academic Performance and Engagement
Chair: ANNA BIANCA PREVEDINI, MA

• Effects of ACT-based and CBT-based podcasts on students' academic behavior: the experience of a university counseling project.
ANNA BIANCA PREVEDINI, MA, Francesco Pozzi, MA, Elisa Rabitti, MA,, Giovanni Miselli, Ph.D., & Vincenzo Russo Ph.D.
• ACT-based and psychoeducational classes on academic skills in a university counseling project: strategies and outcomes.
ANNA BIANCA PREVEDINI, MA, Francesco Pozzi, MA, Anna Missaglia, PsyD, Vincenzo Russo, Ph.D., & Paolo Moderato, Ph.D.
• Increasing Student Engagement
N. JOSEPH RODRIGUES
• ACT to Build Leadership for Community Improvement- PowerPoint Slides
LARRY DUMKA, Ph.D.

Length: 58 minutes 28 seconds

 

Ask Not What Exposure Can Do For ACT—Ask What ACT Can Do For Exposure
Chair/Discussant: BRIAN L. THOMPSON, Ph.D.

RIKARD WICKSELL, Ph.D.
CARMEN LUCIANO, Ph.D.
SONJA V. BATTEN, Ph.D.
JONAS RAMNERÖ, Ph.D.

Length: 1 hour 7 minutes 51 seconds