Knowledge hub: Approaches and modalities

Articles that explore approaches and modalities around acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and also complementary/alternative therapies and models that can work in collaboration with ACT.

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ACT for children and young people

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is a form of psychotherapy that has shown effectiveness in treating va ...

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ACT in the workplace

Recent statistics reveal that a significant proportion of British workers, specifically around one in six indi ...

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CBT and ACT

What is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)? Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy th ...

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CFT and ACT

What is CFT? Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) is a therapeutic approach developed by psychologist Paul Gilbert ...

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Chairwork and ACT

What is chairwork? Chairwork, also known as the “two-chair technique,” is a powerful and dynamic t ...

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Creative hopelessness and ACT

What is creative hopelessness? Creative hopelessness is a term used in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) ...

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DNA-V - the ACT model for children and adolescents

What is DNA-V? DNA-V is a combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and positive psychology, both ...

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EMDR and ACT

What is EMDR? EMDR stands for eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing. It is a psychotherapy approach th ...

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Focused ACT: a brief and effective behavioural intervention

Introduction In the field of psychology and healthcare, Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) has e ...

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Mindfulness and ACT

What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is a practice that involves bringing attention and awareness to the present m ...

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Process-based behaviour therapy: an introduction

Process-based Behaviour Therapy (PBBT®) is an exciting new scientifically-based psychotherapy that works by c ...

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Psychological flexibility

Embracing change for a meaningful life What is psychological flexibility? Psychological flexibility is a power ...

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RFT and ACT

What is relational frame theory? Relational frame theory (RFT) is a psychological framework that seeks to expl ...

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SEED model of ACT supervision

An overview of SEED The SEED model of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) supervision is a framework creat ...

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Self-harm and suicidality in young people

Helping with self-harm and suicidality in therapy with young people is a common and challenging task that evok ...

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The ACT matrix

What is the ACT matrix? The ACT matrix (Polk, Schoendorff, Webster & Olaz, 2016) is a practical tool that ...

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The power of metaphors in ACT: illuminating perspectives and facilitating change

Metaphors have a long-standing tradition in therapeutic interventions, particularly within acceptance and comm ...

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Trauma and ACT

What is trauma? Trauma refers to a deeply distressing or disturbing experience or event that overwhelms an ind ...

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What is acceptance and commitment (ACT) therapy?

An overview of ACT Acceptance and commitment therapy (said as one word – ‘ACT’) is, a widely recognised ...

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Why ACT for coaching?

What is acceptance and commitment coaching? Acceptance and commitment coaching (ACC) is a rapidly growing area ...

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