What is a good hypothetical single case study for an acceptance commitment therapy study in college students?

What is a good hypothetical single case study for an acceptance commitment therapy study in college students?

Client: “I want to change, BUT I am too anxious.” Social worker: “You want to change, AND you are anxious about it.” This subtle verbal and cognitive shift is the essence of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). It suggests that a person can take action without first changing or eliminating feelings.
What are the 3 core conditions needed to form a therapeutic relationship?
The first three conditions are empathy, congruence and unconditional positive regard. These first three conditions are called the core conditions, sometimes referred to as the ‘facilitative conditions’ or the ‘therapist’s conditions’.
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