The MAC approach developed by connecting the more traditional scientific knowledge base on human performance and self-regulation to more contemporary findings to do with meta-cognitive processes, emotion regulation, and acceptance-based behavioral interventions. Written by the originators of the MAC model, this book will provide both the necessary theory, empirical background, and a structured step-by-step, easy-to-use protocol for the understanding, assessment, conceptualization, and enhancement of human performance. It is a protocol that can be readily adapted for a wide variety of high-performing clientele--from athletes and business people, to sales people, professionals in a variety of fields, and emergency/military personnel. The material can be integrated by practicing clinicians as an adjunctive intervention strategy to help clients with specific performance problems. Numerous case examples, forms, handouts, in- and out-of-session assignments and activities, and verbatim client instructions are included.Biografía del autor:
Frank L. Gardner, PhD, ABPP, is a Professor of Psychology and Program Director of the Psy.D. Program in Clinical Psychology at La Salle University in Philadelphia. He earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University, and is board certified in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. With over 25 years of experience as a practicing clinical psychologist, Dr. Gardner's specialties include the evidence-based psychological treatment of anger and violence, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and interventions for performance enhancement. He founded the La Salle University Center for the Treatment and Study of Anger and Violence, which was the first center dedicated to understanding and treating clinical anger in the U.S. In addition, he is co-developer of the Mindfulness-Acceptance-Commitment (MAC) approach to performance enhancement. In 2007, Dr. Gardner celebrates his 20th year working with professional sport organizations, including teams within Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League, and the National Basketball Association. He has also worked with Olympic athletes and Division I university athletic departments, and has extensive experience working with high-level performers in business and the performing arts. Finally, he is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology (JCSP).
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