[bookmark] [zoomtabsandaccordions skin=”skin-blue” design_tabsposition=”top” design_transition=”default” design_highlightcolor=”#c33030″ settings_enable_linking=”off” settings_is_always_accordion=”off” toggle_type=”accordion” settings_appendwholecontent=”off” design_tabswidth=”default” refresh_tab_height=”0″][dzstaa_tab][dzstaa_tab_title]Background[/dzstaa_tab_title][dzstaa_tab_content] Cognitive defusion techniques aim to change the way we relate to our thoughts and other private events. That is, to seeing thoughts as thoughts. The purpose of cognitive defusion is to help clients who are caught up in the content of their own […]
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