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Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) Group Therapy

Research data indicates group therapy can be a helpful addition to individual therapy. Group therapy can help participants to bond over shared experiences, provide a sense of social support and solidarity, and assist participants to work collectively to challenge factors which may be impeding therapeutic progress.

More about the ACT treatment group

Who: 6-12 clients per group, ages 18-65+

Clients struggling with:

● Anxiety and Depression

● Obsessive-compulsive disorder

● Psychosis

● Eating disorders

● Substance use disorders

● Workplace and other forms of stress

● Chronic pain

● Relationship Problems

● Focus and Attention Issues

● Painful Memories and Feelings



● Six principles of ACT that promote psychological flexibility:

○ Acceptance

○ Cognitive Defusion

○ Being Present

○ Self as Context

○ Values

○ Committed Action

● Skills:

○ OPENness

○ AWAREness

○ ENGAGEment



● Learn to stop avoiding, denying, and struggling with their inner emotions

● Learn to accept that these deeper feelings are appropriate responses to certain

situations that should not prevent them from moving forward in their lives

● Begin to accept their hardships and commit to making necessary changes in

their behavior, regardless of what is going on in their lives and how they feel

about it.

When: 1 hour, once per week

Where: Zoom

Interested in Participating?

We are currently screening participants for our upcoming groups. Please contact us below to receive more information on joining this group.

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