Posts Tagged "values-based goals"

How Much Do You Value Relaxation?

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How Much Do You Value Relaxation?

Relax Course In this post I am going to answer the question, “How much do you really value relaxation? This is an important question to ask because any effort you take to use relaxation strategies to help you manage your stress has to be based on yous values. If you don’t really value relaxation as a way to manage your stress it is very unlikely that you’ll be successful in using it effectively. As I’ve discussed in a previous post, Relax, as a line of defense against stress, revolves around putting your body in a relaxed state that is incompatible with stress and...

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Rethinking New Year’s Resolutions

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Rethinking New Year’s Resolutions

Now that the dust has settled and all of the “experts” have chimed in regarding their thoughts on the subject I’d like to offer you some new ideas for Rethinking New Year’s Resolutions. The word “resolution” is derived from the root “resolve” and means to solve by changing, converting, or dissipating. In the case of New Year’s Resolutions what most people try to change, convert, or dissipate are bad habits or unhelpful behaviors. When you make a resolution to “start exercising” for example, you are also saying to yourself, “I want to stop being so...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Commitment

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Commitment

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll show you how to help your coaching clients become more psychologically flexible through commitment. In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and AC Coaching have found that there are six key factors called core processes that contribute to becoming more psychologically flexible; Valued Living, Mindfulness, Acceptance,  Commitment,  Observing Self, and Disentanglement            ( Anstiss and Blonna (2014) . In...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Valued Living

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Valued Living

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll show you how to help your coaching clients become more psychologically flexible through valued living. In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and AC Coaching have found that there are six key factors called core processes that contribute to becoming more psychologically flexible;  Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context)....

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