Workplace psychological health ACT – City, University of London

This short video from City, University of London was used to introduce the ACT in the workplace programme in July 2020. The workplace training programme created by Dr Paul Flaxman and Ross McIntosh helps employees cope with anxiety and depression with a goal of improving well-being in the workplace.


DR PAUL FLAXMAN is a a lecturer and researcher in City, University of London’s psychology department and has taken a prominent role in adapting and evaluating ACT to help improve employees’ psychological health.

ROSS MCINTOSH works alongside Dr Paul Flaxman in an academic/practitioner partnership. Together, they design, deliver and research ACT workplace training for both the public and private sectors. He also hosts award-winning podcast People Soup.

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