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Joe Oliver, Ph.D., is an author, speaker, clinical psychologist and Course Director at University College London. He is also the founder of Contextual Consulting; an ACT based consultancy that provides training, supervision and therapy and coaching. Follow him on twitter or find him on Facebook.

Joe researches and writes about the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in therapy and coaching. He is co-author of the self-help book The Mindful and Acceptance Workbook for Self Esteem (New Harbinger), which explores how to untangle from our self-limiting stories about ourselves, others and the world, to develop a deep sense of self-acceptance, along with meaning and purpose in life. He is co-editor of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness for Psychosis, (Wiley-Blackwell), co-author of ACTivate Your Life; (Little Brown/ Constable Robinson), ACT for Psychosis Recovery (New Harbinger); Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (Routledge); and 100 Key Points in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Routledge).

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