Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) encourages the sufferers to learn to accept their problems instead of staying in distress or denials. It helps people to stop fighting or feeling guilty. Sometimes people at a point of suffering tend to believe that everything is fine or will be fine and try to see everything in a positive outlook. Some others tend to deny their sufferings. All these attitudes worsen their mental health suffering. The primary healing process can begin when someone learns to accept whatever is happening. This attitude towards their pain makes it easier to cure and to deal healthy whenever triggers happen.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) works pairing with cognitive behavioural therapy. In this course, you will learn how to increase your psychological flexibility and also, if you are a therapist, you will learn how to make your client strengthen their psychological flexibility. In this Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) course, you will learn practising cognitive defusion/ deliteralisation, mindfulness and acceptance and many more. So, let’s go and have a tour through this exciting course!
Highlights of The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Course
- Theoretical knowledge of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Practical knowledge of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- An idea about psychotherapy and counselling
- Stress- and Anxiety Management
- Psychology of Alcohol & Drug Addictions
Skills You Will Master
- Foundations and model of ACT
- Learning to accept and let go
- Learning to practice mindfulness
- Learning to practice cognitive defusion
- Adapting psychological flexibilities
- Learning to stop fighting emotionally or feeling guilty
- Understanding Positive Psychology and The Happiness Trap
- Getting unstuck
- Positive Thinking and Cognitive Restructuring
- Mental exercises
- Dealing with feelings from ‘the past’
Why Choose Skill Express?
- Instantly accessible CPD Accredited certificate on successful course completion
- 24/7 access to the course for lifetime
- Developed by qualified professionals with updated resources
- Full Tutor support on weekdays (Monday – Friday)
- No hidden fees or exam charges
The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) course is a popular training course, ideal for anyone who is looking to kick start their career relating to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as professionals who want to test their existing skills and knowledge.
Our online courses come with lifetime access with no time limit for completion. Each course is fully accessible from a tablet, mobile or laptop, as long as there is a secure internet connection.
We pride ourselves on our supportive network of dedicated instructors and attentive customer service team who are dedicated to assisting you through your learning journey. Contact them at any time via email should you have any questions or queries.
Who Is This Course For?
Anybody interested in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can take this course. Psychotherapists, counsellor, psychology professionals, psychiatry professionals also can expand their knowledge through this course.
There are no academic entry requirements for this course, and it is open for anyone interested in learning about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
After completing the course successfully, you will be required to pass an automated, multiple-choice questions test which will give you the instant result once you finish the exam. And you can get all of these in a one-time payment!
After completing the course, you will be eligible for a PDF Certificate which will cost only £2.99, with your unique ID number so that you/ the employers can verify through our website. You can also have your imprinted certificate delivered via post. Although there is no expiry date on the certificate, we recommend that our learners renew the certificate every twelve months
This course may encourage you to explore these career paths:
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapist
- Mental health counsellor
- Psychology professional
- Psychiatry professional
- Higher studies in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
|Introduction to the Instructor|
|About the Tutor||00:04:00|
|About the Course||00:07:00|
|Introduction to the Course|
|What is ACT?||00:11:00|
|Steven C.Hayes and ACT||00:07:00|
|The Principles of ACT|
|Relational Frame Theory (RFT)||00:16:00|
|Foundations of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)||00:11:00|
|The Model of ACT||00:14:00|
|Why ‘stuck’ but ‘not broken’?||00:10:00|
|What is ‘Psychological Flexibility’ and why it’s Important?||00:14:00|
|The Therapeutic Relationship in ACT||00:11:00|
|Core Processes in ACT|
|Contacting the Present Moment (Being Present)||00:18:00|
|The Observing Self (‘Self as Context’)||00:13:00|
|Values (Understanding your values)||00:15:00|
|Positive Psychology and The Happiness Trap|
|‘The Happiness Trap’||00:13:00|
|The Issues with Thoughts||00:12:00|
|Why ‘suppressing Thoughts’ Is Not Always Helpful||00:10:00|
|Acceptance Vs Letting Go||00:13:00|
|When Emotions Don't Want to Disappear..|
|Why Self-Doubt Is a ‘normal’ Phenomena||00:13:00|
|Why Emotional Pain Is so Persistent||00:16:00|
|Normalising Clients’ Struggles with Their Emotions||00:12:00|
|Dealing with Feelings from ‘the Past’||00:16:00|
|ACT in Practice|
|The ‘Passengers on The Bus’ Exercise||00:12:00|
|‘The Struggle Switch’ Exercise||00:01:00|
|‘Thanking Your Mind’ Exercise||00:10:00|
|Positive Thinking and Cognitive Restructuring||00:14:00|
|ACT for Mental Health Disorders||00:14:00|
|Bonus Section :|
|BONUS 1: Stress- and Anxiety Management||00:15:00|
|BONUS 2: Psychology of Alcohol & Drug Addictions||00:18:00|