Online Acceptance & Commitment Therapy – How can we help?
Our platform offers a wide array of services for CAT therapy. You can use tools such as the online Journal to log your emotions and feelings and track your mood, as well as other useful tools. When you want to talk to a therapist, the online chat allows for messaging and voice notes for communicative ease. No appointments are necessary, scrapping traditional therapy, so practising your mental health can be a whole lot simpler.
What’s the goal of ACT therapy?
ACT therapy dives into the negative emotions to find their root cause. With ACT therapy, instead of avoiding the negative thoughts and emotions, the qualified therapist will help guide through those negative feelings and emotions without fear. The ultimate goal is to gain the skills and find the solution to move past the negative to find the positive.
What are the steps to ACT therapy?
The main steps to ACT therapy are finding the cause(s), talking through the root problems, and finally accepting yourself. Similar to exercising the body exercising the mind should be of equal importance. No one was given a manual on how to manage reactions, emotions and feelings.
Is ACT effective for anxiety?
ACT therapy is effective to a vast variety of concerns. Acceptance and commitment therapy for generalised/social anxiety has been proven effective for anxiety. Similar to CBT, ACT therapy aids in anxiety treatment as well. ACT applied to anxiety allows for the acceptance of the triggers and symptoms associated with anxiety. For more information, please visit the CBT therapy page for a comprehensive clarification of CBT therapy in contrast to ACT therapy.
What is acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT)?
Acceptance and commitment therapy is a form of clinical behavioural analysis that encourages people to not fight their thoughts and feelings, but embrace them instead. Acceptance and commitment therapy uses acceptance and mindfulness tactics to learn behaviour-change and commitment strategies all help to increase psychological tractability.