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Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to (Re)conceptualize Stress Appraisal

C. Missy Butts Daniel Gutierrez Existing models for stress and coping are helpful tools for understanding the stress process and developing interventions to combat stress-related illness. However, popular stress models emphasize cognition and cognitive appraisal, which results in...


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Comparison of Brief Measures of the Prevalence of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Nonclinical Young Adults

Comparison of Brief Measures of the Prevalence of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in a Nonclinical Sample of Young Adults Jessica J. Morales Trevor J. Buser Mena S. Farag This study compared the past-year prevalence rates of nonsuicidal self-injury produced by a behavioral...


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The Importance of Intentionality in Untangling Trauma From Severe Mental Illness

Sunni S. Lutton Jacqueline M. Swank Trauma has become entangled and largely lost in the conceptualization and treatment of severe mental illness (SMI). Practitioners conceptualize and treat SMI with medical-model ideals. While researchers support using treatment approaches...



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Five Efficacious Treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Empirical Review

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is known to be a debilitating disorder and for some a lifelong complaint. Although there are many treatment options, determining which treatments are not only recommended but show high efficacy rates is vital for clinicians. This review examines current...


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Older Adults and Integrated Health Settings: Opportunities and Challenges for Mental Health Counselors

By Jill S. Goldsmith and Sharon E. Robinson KurpiusThe growing number of older adults and the increasing recognition and growth of integratedhealth teams are creating expanded career opportunities for mental health counselors (MHCs). Collaborative integrated teams, staffed with medical personnel...


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The New ABCs: A Practitioner's Guide to Neuroscience-Informed Cognitive-Behavior Therapy

By Thomas A. Field, Eric T. Beeson and Laura K. JonesCognitive-behavioral therapy models are evolving to take into account the impact of physiological responses on client distress and the secondary role of conscious cognitions and beliefs in perpetuating distress and dysfunction. This article...


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Finding Resilience: The Mediation Effect of Sense of Community on the Psychological Well-Being of Military Spouses

By Mei-Chuan Wang, Pius N. Nyutu, Kimberly K. Tran and Angela SpearsThe goal of this study was to identify positive factors that increase the psychological well-being of military spouses in the areas of environmental mastery. We proposed that positive affect and social support from family and...


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The Voice of William Glasser: Accessing the Continuing Evolution of Reality Therapy

By Robert E. WubboldingOn August 23, 2013, the voice of William Glasser, MD, became silent. His life was characterized by his mission of teaching the ever-evolving ideas originating in his work in corrections and mental health. He taught what he called “internal controls”: Although human beings...