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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is "Haruki Murakami"

Takashi Muto


In response to Kanazawa's (2015) commentary on my case study of Taro (Muto & Mitamura, 2015), I reflect on the issue of the degree of "Japaneseness" in my approach to the case study. I pursue this by anchoring the perspective of my work in the perspective of the well-known Japanese novelist, Haruki Murakami.  I also respond to a point made by Hayes (2015) in his commentary on my case study.  

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