Practicing ACT: A Psychological Flexibility Series
This virtual group is designed to help adults learn strategies to minimize their suffering, with content drawn from ACT theory, practice, and research. The 5-module series covers core ACT principles, with 4 meetings dedicated to each module so that members can take a deep dive into topics including Mindfulness, Self-Compassion, and Psychological Flexibility. In this series, participants will:
- Learn how to improve psychological flexibility especially when feeling stuck in rigid thoughts and behaviors
- Practice formal and informal mindfulness exercises to implement in everyday life
- Practice self-compassion exercises that help quiet the "inner critic"
- Engage in values clarification to live a more rich and meaningful life
- Practice acceptance-based strategies to improve connection to reality as it is
This in-depth group series is ideal for adults who want to focus on self-practice and learning rather than self-disclosure and deeper individual work. It is meant for individuals who feel stuck in thoughts or behaviors that do not work for them and want radical change in their lives, or for those who want to learn more about how to live a life more in line with their values.
California : This group will meet virtually on Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30pm PST.
Each of the five modules are 4 sessions, and patients may roll in at the start of any module. Participants do not need to have an individual therapist to join, though this may be beneficial.
Please contact us for a free phone consultation if you are interested in learning more about our current groups.