Fusion and Defusion in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Mindfulness in ACT part 3a

In this video, Joe begins to explain and illustrate the process of “Defusion” in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. He still has a cold. Fusion and Defusion are tricky concepts. He is going to talk about these for a few videos. You may or may not care, but you should. These are among the most important concepts in ACT, and can help you save your life, your tires, your pizza, and your money. You don’t want to miss out. That said, my lawyers want me to emphasize that these videos are not to be used as a substitute for professional help, and are not intended to diagnose or treat any medical or psychological problem. They’re just videos for education and entertainment. Also, you can enjoy laughing at the bad hair and odd mannerisms of a psychologist. Joe Rhinewine, PhD is a psychologist and director of Portland Mindfulness Therapy.

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February 1, 2013 · 6:54 pm

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