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2006
Baer RA, Krietemeyer J, Baer RA.  2006.  1 - OVERVIEW OF MINDFULNESS- AND ACCEPTANCE-BASED TREATMENT APPROACHES. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :3-27.
Baer RA, Krietemeyer J, Baer RA.  2006.  1 - OVERVIEW OF MINDFULNESS- AND ACCEPTANCE-BASED TREATMENT APPROACHES. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :3-27.
Baer RA.  2006.  10 - MINDFULNESS AND DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT): APPLICATION WITH DEPRESSED OLDER ADULTS WITH PERSONALITY DISORDERS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :217-236.
Speca M, Carlson LE, Baer RA.  2006.  11 - MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION (MBSR) AS AN INTERVENTION FOR CANCER PATIENTS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :239-261.
Roth B, Baer RA.  2006.  12 - MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION (MBSR) WITH SPANISH- AND ENGLISH-SPEAKING INNER-CITY MEDICAL PATIENTS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :263-284.
Baer RA.  2006.  13 - ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :285-306.
Carson JW, Carson KM, Gil KM, Baucom DH, Baer RA.  2006.  14 - MINDFULNESS-BASED RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT (MBRE) IN COUPLES. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :309-331.
Baer RA.  2006.  15 - DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT): A MINDFULNESS-BASED TREATMENT FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :333-358.
Baer RA.  2006.  16 - MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION (MBSR) IN A WORKSITE WELLNESS PROGRAM. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :361-376.
Flaxman PE, Bond FW, Baer RA.  2006.  17 - ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) IN THE WORKPLACE. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :377-402.
Baer RA, Baer RA.  2006.  2 - MINDFULNESS-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR PREVENTION OF DEPRESSIVE RELAPSE. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :31-50.
Baer RA, Baer RA.  2006.  2 - MINDFULNESS-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR PREVENTION OF DEPRESSIVE RELAPSE. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :31-50.
Roemer L, Orsillo SM, Baer RA.  2006.  3 - INCORPORATING MINDFULNESS- AND ACCEPTANCE-BASED STRATEGIES IN THE TREATMENT OF GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :51-74.
Kristeller JL, Baer RA, Baer RA.  2006.  4 - MINDFULNESS-BASED APPROACHES TO EATING DISORDERS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :75-91.
Kristeller JL, Baer RA, Baer RA.  2006.  4 - MINDFULNESS-BASED APPROACHES TO EATING DISORDERS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :75-91.
Bach PA, Hayes SC, Baer RA.  2006.  5 - ACCEPTANCE, MINDFULNESS, VALUES, AND PSYCHOSIS: APPLYING ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) TO THE CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :93-116.
Baer RA.  2006.  6 - MINDFULNESS IN DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT) FOR BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :117-139.
Semple RJ, Lee J, Miller LF, Baer RA.  2006.  7 - MINDFULNESS-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR CHILDREN. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :143-166.
Baer RA.  2006.  8 - MINDFULNESS IN DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT) FOR ADOLESCENTS. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :167-189.
Smith A, Baer RA.  2006.  9 - “LIKE WAKING UP FROM A DREAM”: MINDFULNESS TRAINING FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION. Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional. :191-215.

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