What is ACT? How do you apply it and what are it's theoretical underpinnings? What stance does the ACT Practitioner take when in the therapy room?
This free ACT Roadmap answers your questions.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidence-based intervention growing in popularity among clinicians. Now included within the UK NICE Guidelines for the treatment of Chronic Pain, and proven to be equally effective as CBT for the treatment of anxiety and depression, ACT is a process-based contextual behavioural therapy that works across many conditions.
In this digestible guide, you'll read about the head, hands and heart of ACT practice. You'll learn about Contextual Behavioural Science (CBS), the home of ACT, as well as guidance on treatment, supervision and relevant resources to advance your knowledge and skills.