Based on the work of Nobel Prize winning economist, Elinor Ostrom, Prosocial presents a groundbreaking and comprehensive program for designing effective and socially equitable groups of all sizes to create positive world change—from businesses and social justice groups to global organizations.
A groundbreaking, comprehensive program for designing effective and socially equitable groups of all sizes—from businesses and social justice groups to global organizations. Whether you work in business or schools, volunteer in neighborhoods or church organizations, or are involved in social justice and activism, you understand the enormous power of groups to enact powerful and lasting change in the world. But how exactly do you design, build, and sustain effective groups?Based on the work of Nobel Prize winning economist Elinor Ostrom and grounded in contextual behavioral science, evolutionary science, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Prosocial presents a practical, step-by-step approach to help you energize and strengthen your business or organization. Using the Prosocial model, you’ll learn to design groups that are more harmonious, have better member or employee retention, have better relationships with other groups or business partners, and have more success and longevity.Most importantly, you’ll learn to target the characteristics that foster cooperation and collaboration—key ingredients for any effective group.
Psychology Moment by Moment (eBook)$39.35Select options
Psychology Moment by Moment translates mindfulness research into practice by providing clinicians with an evidence-based framework for developing and implementing mindfulness-based interventions with their clients. Readers learn which mindfulness techniques work, the latest research in mindfulness, how to choose mindfulness techniques for particular clients, and how to assess client progress.
The Mindful and Effective Employee (eBook)$39.35Select options
The Mindful and Effective Employee presents a powerful three-session acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) program for reducing workplace stress and increasing employee effectiveness. Psychologists and human resource professionals will use this program to conduct employee training in workplace settings.
Getting Help (eBook)$16.95Select options
Identify the signs and symptoms of major mental health problems, assess your own mental health problem, learn about proven-effective, most current treatments, find the right therapist, and know what to expect from therapy—all in this comprehensive, authoritative guide to mental health.
Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine (eBook)$39.35Select options
In Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine, Lance McCracken collects articles that apply acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and other mindfulness-based approaches to behavioral medicine, adapting these methods for use in specialty care clinics. The book includes articles by JoAnne Dahl, Tobias Lundgren, and other leading ACT professionals.