Timothy Gordon, MSW. The ACT Approach.
Welcome back to The Trauma Therapist | Podcast, The Author Series.
In this new series, I join with the leading publishers in the mental health field and interview today’s top authors to explore, and do a deep dive, into the books that can expand and inspire your work and practice.
Today I’m joined by Timothy Gordon, MSW.
Tim is a social worker and ACT trainer (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, said aloud as ‘act’), who specializes in treating attachment and trauma related disorders, and he’s also a yoga teacher who integrates movement and yoga practices into his treatment.
I’ve often said how much I love doing this podcast because I get to speak with amazing people, and Tim is one of the amazing ones. He’s knowledegable, compassionate and super-passionate about his work, and you can hear it in this interview.
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In this Author Series interview Tim and I discuss his new book The ACT Approach, which won the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Gold Seal for Psychology, as well as The Coping Skills Deck for Trauma, a collection of brief practices to encourage self-care, acceptance, and positive affirmations in the face of recovering from trauma.
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