Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Relief: How to Evolve Your Relationship with Your Mind
Find anxiety relief with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) techniques
Whether you've just been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder or you've lived with it for years, you know how pervasive the symptoms can be in your everyday life. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Relief is filled with scientifically supported methods and strategies for managing your anxiety so you can mindfully accept and take action against your emotions.
With a wealth of experience treating anxiety patients using ACT, licensed clinical social worker Rachel Willimott will walk you through the six processes of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: cognitive defusion, acceptance, contact and connection, the observing self, values, and committed action. For each process, you'll learn the reasoning behind the method, straightforward techniques for practicing it, what others' experiences are like, misconceptions, and mindfulness exercises and journal prompts for anxiety relief.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Relief includes:
- Anxiety 101--Learn more about anxiety disorders and the mind-body connection.
- An intro to ACT--Explore the origins and core concepts of ACT and the benefits of using ACT to manage anxiety.
- ACT in practice--Read case studies and the real-life experiences of patients using ACT for anxiety relief so you can see it in practice.
Take your life back with evidence-based strategies and techniques to help you achieve anxiety relief.