Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) considers acceptance, rather than forcing the solution of a problem. In accepting that a problem is true, clients are then able to make changes in their approach to their thinking which allows them to cope better with their difficulties. These problems may have been existing for years, with clients attempting to make significant changes and having found this very difficult.

Twenty20 Psychology offers Acceptance and Commitment Therapy which allows clients to explore the meaning behind accepting the problem as being part of them, and instead of fighting against it, finding ways of accepting it and therefore being able to carry on with their lives.

Please don’t hesitate contact us at Twenty20 Psychology to discuss your Acceptance and Commitment Therapy requirements.

 

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy allows clients to explore the meaning behind accepting the problem as being part of them.