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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Towards a unified model of behavior change
Well-established research programs should be evaluated relative to progress toward their
stated purposes. The 35-year old program of development of acceptance and commitment
therapy (ACT; said as a word, not initials) has followed an unusually lengthy strategy that was
dictated by its ambitious goal: the creation of a unified process-based model of how to alleviate
human psychological problems and promote behavioral effectiveness1