- Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
- The CBT distinctive features series
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-172) and index.
- Acknowledgements. "Williams, "Foreword. Introduction. Part 1: The Distinctive Theoretical Features of MBCT. An Integration of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Underpinned by the Cognitive Theory of Vulnerability to Depression. Learning Skills to Reduce the Risk of Depressive Relapse. The Significance of Automatic Pilot. Modes of Mind: "Doing". Doing Mode in Action: The Effects of Rumination. Doing Mode in Action: The Effects of Experiential Avoidance. Reacting and Responding to Experience: Avoidance and Approach. Modes of Mind: "Being". Body Sensations -- A Door into the Present. Ways of Approaching and Welcoming What Is. Developing a New Relationship with Experience. Awareness as a Container of Our Experience. Working with General and Specific Vulnerability. The MBCT Evidence Base. Part 2: The Distinctive Practical Features of MBCT. Course Content and Structure. Session Themes. Assessment and Orientation. Eating a Raisin with Awareness. Body Scan Practice. Mindful Movement Practice. Sitting Meditation Practice. The Three Minute Breathing Space. The Importance of Home Practice. Mindfulness Practice in Everyday Life. Pleasant and Unpleasant Experiences. Cognitive Behavioural Curriculum Elements. Investigating Experience. The MBCT Learning Environment. Teaching Through Embodiment.
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